Believe You can Succeed

The size of our brains does not determine our success; the size of our thinking often does. The size of success is determined by the size of belief.

Not many people believe that they can move mountains. Not many people even try.

We can’t wish away a mountain. But enough faith often can literally move a mountain. We can succeed by believing that we can succeed. When we believe we can do it, the how to do it develops. How to do it always comes to those who believe they can do it.

Those who believe they can move mountains (or find ways to not have to), do. Those who believe they can’t, cannot. Belief triggers the power to do. The “Okay, I’ll give it a try but I don’t think it will work” attitude produces failures. This does not mean success is always easy, effortless, or instant – although it often can be. Success is more a result of consistent and persistent belief, action, and openness to receive and accept success.

“As one thinketh in his heart, so is he.”

Believe you are among the “best” and you will usually act and often perform your best.

Disbelief is negative power. When the mind disbelieves or doubts, it attracts “reasons” to support the disbelief. Most failures are the result of doubt, disbelief, the subconscious will to fail, and not really wanting to succeed. Many people give up just before success.

Think doubt and fail.
Think success and succeed.

Respect those who lead and succeed. Learn from them. Observe them. Study them. But don’t worship them. Believe you can surpass (them). Believe you can go beyond (them). Those who harbor the second-best attitude are invariably second-best doers.

We create our own reality.

Thoughts are things – that we create (first in our minds and then in the world). We create as we speak: Abracadabra! What we say – especially to ourselves – and believe – matters. To manifest means HOW something shows up, not what or whether it will.

Believe in yourself and your success. Expect and accept what you desire to happen.

1. Think success, not failure. When opportunity appears, think “I can do it” – not “I can’t.” Success is a place we come from more than a place we get to. Become an “I-CAN”. An “Afr-I-CAN”, an “Amer-I-CAN”, a “Mex-I-CAN”, a “Domin-I-CAN”, a “Puerto R-I-CAN”, a “Costa R-I-CAN”, a Panaman-I-CAN”, a “Japan-I-CAN”…. Let the master thought “I can and will succeed” dominate your thinking process. Thinking success conditions the mind to create plans that produce success. Thinking failure does the exact opposite – conditioning the mind to think in ways that inevitably produce failure.

2. Remind and tell yourself regularly that you are better than you may think you are. This does not mean being arrogant, overconfident, or unrealistic – just being your best.

3. Believe big. Little goals produces little achievements. Thinking big and having big goals helps succeed big. Big ideas and big plans are often easier – or no more difficult – than small ideas and small plans. Believe you can achieve and succeed – and you often will.

© 2012 – 2013, Oren Pardes. All rights reserved.

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