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SUCCESS VS FAILURE

Posted by Lee Anne Bartlett on 11 January 2011
SUCCESS VS FAILURE

What does Success mean for you?

For most people success is achieving all their goals and a lot of the time acquiring material assets. For you it may mean being admired and looked up to or it may mean happiness. Whatever it means for you the question is – well are you successful?

I personally feel success can be summed up in one thing – If you feel successful then you are. It comes back to the BE DO HAVE principle. If you are being the person you want to be, you will do the things you need to do, to have the things you want to have. Once you have achieved this then you will feel successful and will be successful. As success really is only a feeling. It is the feeling you get when you are happy, excited and loving life totally!

When you get to the place of feeling successful the universal law of attraction then attracts more success into your life and so on and so on. You have to love that feeling!

“Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become.” –Jim Rohn

What does Failure mean for you?

Failure to a lot of people means that they don’t have the things they want in life. They don’t have the job; they don’t have the nice car, the nice house or the loving relationship. But failure really is the road to success. Most people don’t see this.

As most of you would know, the people we see as great successes in life are only there because they have been through more failures in life. To succeed you are going to fail along the way, you are only successful if you pick yourself up and try again and learn from your mistakes.

So really the only failure in life is the person who fails to get back up and give it another go. They sit there and complain to everyone that they tried, but it didn’t work.

“Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. You don’t fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgment, repeated every day. “ – Jim Rohn

I would love to hear your thoughts on what Success and Failure mean to you

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