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The Power Of Optimism

Published on 2/1/2019
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"Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can
be done without hope and confidence."
-Helen Keller
 

The definition of Optimism:
hopefulness and confidence about
the future or the successful outcome of
something.

 
Do you have hope that what you are pursuing is worth it? Are you confident that your consistent actions will yield fruitful results? One of the most important factors in the success of your endeavors depends on you and your mindset. Each day it is your responsibility,  and yours alone, to reflect on your actions yesterday, refocus on your plan today, and to redirect your energy to accomplish your goals!
 
Three steps I use daily to reflect, refocus and redirect.
 
  1. Wake up with a grateful heart. I wake up grateful to God for all he brought me through the day before and for giving me a fresh start. (This allows me to grateful for yesterday, to reflect on it, but also to begin to think about my new day.
  2. I read my plan
  3. I write my action steps, then do them.
 
"Pushing forward during difficult times requires
determination and faith in the purpose God
has given you."
-Shantell Sweeney
 
We have to remember that our success is usually the result of a series of small steps completed over a period of time. That means the actions you take today is what secures your success for tomorrow. You don't have to get it all done today, but you should get some of it completed.  This race you are running is a marathon,  not a sprint!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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