Do you want to know where to find the key to your success? Of course you do!
In this article you’ll learn why some people are successful and why others are not. You‘ll also learn what you can do to change your “bad luck”, which is really not bad luck at all but result of your own thoughts and actions.
You build your life, your reality, from your mind-set (your particular way of thinking) and habits (automatic patterns of behaviour in reaction to specific situations).
Did you know that your reality is actually a reflection of your mind? If you want to be successful, you must deal only with good habits. Get rid of all those bad habits—better yet, change them into good ones. Bad habits will sabotage your efforts to change yourself.
The change starts with the subconscious mind, a place where you create your reality, and where your “operating system” is located and programmed. Remember: You do what you’ve learned to do, but you can also unlearn whatever it is that you’ve already learned.
You’re in your current stage of life because of your habits, actions, feelings, and thoughts. If you’re not satisfied with your present situation, it’s not because you’re not capable of changing it, but because you are making all your decisions based on your previously learned programs. If you continue to use these “bad” programs, you will continue to create the same bad results in reality. Now you know where the key to your success is located…obviously, in your subconscious mind.
It is not easy to accept that we create our own reality and our own success. Why not? Well, we don’t want to take responsibility for our mistakes and failures. It’s more comfortable to say “It wasn’t my fault, but....”
Look at yourself honestly and accept this fact: Your present situation is a mirror image of your past: feedback on your actions, based on the programs located in your subconscious mind. If the result is not satisfying, don’t blame destiny, bad luck, or the government.
Don’t blame anyone or anything, even yourself. Just take action and say: “From now on, I’m taking my responsibility seriously. My results are not very pleasant, but I will change myself from inside out. No, I don’t feel upset, but I’m willing to let go of any of my unproductive thoughts and self-pity. I will do whatever I need to do. This reality is a wake-up call for me. I need to do something differently, better, and more appropriate. I’ll find my way. I understand that my future experience is based only on my present actions. I am the creator of my success, my happiness, and my whole life; nobody else can do it for me. If I am not happy with my present life, I will start to learn what I should do to change it. Now I know that the source of my success is located within me, and not outside of me. Therefore, I will take responsibility for my life.”
When you are able to say these words and mean them, you’ll truly know that you’ve found the key to your success.
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