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Committed to Getting Yes but Conditioned to Accepting No

Published on 9/21/2013
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When does success actually occur? If you're aiming to be slim and trim, are you a success only after the last ounce is shed? If you want to quit smoking, are a success when you no longer crave a cigarette? The answer to these questions is a resounding "NO!"

Remember your first day at something new? Recall the nervous excitement? Think back. Remember what made you excited enough to take the chance in the first place? Then start asking some honest questions: "How did I feel?", "What was my objective?", "What have I let stand in the way of making it work the way I thought it would?"


When you discard the mental clutter, you'll discover what originally excited you is still there, maybe deeply buried, but still there. Now you can begin again where you first began, only with more wisdom and understanding, looking forward to the task at hand. Instead of making things worse because you felt the excitement was gone, begin anew and you may actually end up better off than you ever imagined.

You've learned something about how you can regain your enthusiasm, about what's important to you--how experiencing peaks and valleys is normal. if there were no valleys, how could there be peaks? You welcome challenges as harbingers of positive change.

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