Saturday, July 7, 2012

You Can Do Whatever You Set Your Mind To Do

"Success, or failure, very often arrives on wings that seem mysterious to us."

Many of those who have accomplished worthwhile things have indulged in a similar practice. What is that practice? They pictured themselves having already achieved their objectives over and over.

Having great expectations usually gets us wanting to do well in every activity we pursue.

Let's explore the phrase "You can do whatever you set your mind to do" a little more deeply.

You - I am responsible for myself

Can - I have ability

Do - I must take action

Whatever - There are unlimited possibilities

You - Once again the responsibility is mine

Set - Determination

Your - Mine

Mind - both conscious and unconscious

To - Specific Objective(s)

Do - Action, Action, Action

You must believe in great expectations, anticipate them, invite them, and find them by first planting great expectations in your feelings and thoughts.

An expectation is a matter of feeling. A feeling is the servant of the will. The will is the result of a wish. A wish is spun from the power of the spirit.

One step at a time makes all your dreams come true.

Do both detailed planning AND formulate detailed outcomes.

Your outcomes will typically be what you expect them to be. Creating a detailed outcome is like working a maze puzzle from the end to the beginning OR planning a trip from destination back to starting point.

So, what have you set your mind to do?


Post inspired by the Ultimate Success Program and Og Mandino's University of Success.


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