The 6th Month Stage

Most people are at the early stage of pursuing their dreams. At this stage, we are either just starting out, our we haven’t either started yet.

After you’ve gotten past the starting phase, the next stage you should aim for is the 6th month stage.

At this stage, something miraculous will happen. You will realize that you have forgotten about the initial doubts that you had in the beginning.

Because of the time that has elapsed, you are now remained with a stronger self-belief. You’ve gone too far to turn back.

Success is beginning to look like a certainty. The only problem is that it’s not. At least not yet. But since you can already vividly visualize it, you know that it will just be a matter of time before it happens.

If you’re just starting out and already having doubts, I urge you to aim for the 6th month stage, and witness for yourself the change that will happen to your belief system.

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2am

I’m sure you’ve heard about it a lot that successful people can work on their goals till 2am.

Does it sound like a chore to you? The fact is that it never felt like a chore to any of those successful people.

Why? The reason is simple. They are not only working towards becoming successful, but also working on their passion. Would you mind spending long hours on the things that you enjoy doing? The answer is “No”.

If given a choice, these successful people would continue to work till even 3 or 4am.

Have you found your passion yet? What is it that you would be willing to do till past midnight?

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Climbing A Tree

Achieving success in life is just like climbing a tree.

We can choose to climb short trees or we can choose to climb tall trees. Another option for us is to not climb at all and to just be contented to remain on the ground.

Those who chose to climb the taller trees will get to taste sweeter fruits and also to enjoy better views.

Unfortunately, not everyone can choose to climb the taller trees. In order to climb the taller trees successfully, one would require an adequate level of skill, strength, and knowledge. Thankfully, these attributes are acquirable through constant practice.

Isn’t it similar to achieving success in our day to day lives? If we really want to become successful, we must be willing to put in the sacrifice that others aren’t willing to. Simple as that.

What do you want to achieve in life? What is success to you? What do you need to do to get there? Start thinking about these questions and take actions now.

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Self-Belief

Often, people are only willing to invest their efforts if they believe that they will guarantee them success.

Therefore, we can say that having self-belief is vital to our success.

But how do one attain self-belief? The key is to get started immediately and to keep going and going on a daily basis.

When one is able to perservere long and hard enough, self-doubt will gradually be forgotten.

Whereas, self-belief will start to increase.

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Criticisms

Do you find yourself criticizing others all the time?

If the answer is yes, you will need to start to reflect on yourself. Ask yourself why are you constantly surrounded by so many people with things to criticize about.

Desirable people attract other desirable people. Likewise, undesirable people will attract the undesirable ones. This is why there’s a saying “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.

So, if you’re finding yourself constantly engaging in criticisms, perhaps you should start asking if you’re the common denominator.

Achieving success requires a truck load of positivity, energy, and time. And a person who is pursuing success simply doesn’t have the luxury to fritter them away on criticisms and negativity.

Therefore, if you truly desire to become a successful person, stop trying to “help” others with your criticisms. Try helping yourself first.

“We are good lawyers for the mistakes of our own but good judges for the mistakes of others.”

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