December 12, 2016 Category: Business Opportunity Leads, Home Based Business Leads, Identifying an ideal Home Business, MLM Leads, MLM Success Tips, MLM/Home Business Training, PhoneBurner, Tax Advice for Home Businesses

The biggest battle in our lives often goes on between our ears. It’s how human beings are put together. We think, we worry, we doubt ourselves and we experience fear. Those are all normal human emotions – everyone experiences them. You’ve probably heard it said that the people who achieve what they want in life learn to feel the fear and do it anyway.

They believe in themselves and their ideas enough to stick it out – whatever ‘it’ is. There are times when that determination or confidence is borne of need and other times when it’s just a genuine desire to accomplish something. Truth is, it doesn’t matter where the motivation comes from, it just matters that you get it – somehow, from somewhere and you use it.

Sometimes you believe more in an idea than you do in yourself, sometimes it’s the other way around, but as you persist, the balance shifts and your confidence grows. Some people have the good fortune of learning how to manage their emotions early on in life – they have parents or teachers, or someone along the way that understood some of these concepts and shared them with you. Others will have come across these ideas later in life. It doesn’t matter when you ‘get into’ these ideas and concepts, it matters when ‘they get into you’.

You’ve probably heard the expression when the student is ready, the teacher appears. That’s so often true. Success principles have been around a long time and sometimes you can be a student of these ideas and then suddenly one day it all makes sense; it all falls into place. As much as anything, it’s a question of being ready. That’s why it’s important to just keep at it, keep working, keep building, keep learning and keep your focus. Your efforts will bear fruit if you persist.

Understand too, that persistence is a learned skill. Sticking with something because you’ve committed to it, because you believe in it is a worthwhile skill to develop. Quitting is often easier than staying than staying course. All of us, at some point, doubt our abilities, wonder what makes the successful people get where they are and wonder if we’ve got what it takes. That’s OK – don’t doubt yourself for thinking those things on occasion – everyone does.

I want to suggest to you that you commit to yourself, to improving yourself. There are so many great success books and if you choose one – just one – and read it for 10 minutes every day – preferably when you first wake up or before you go to sleep, you will absorb the information and it will become part of you. If you do this for 21 days in a row, you will develop the habit. And, this one habit can change everything for you, forever.

You’ll start to think differently. You’ll question your common reactions, and replace them with positive actions. You’ll build confidence that others will sense and feel. If you stick to it for 42 days, you’ll become a more successful person, without fail.

Consider starting with Napoleon Hill’s classic Think and Grow Rich. It’s easy to read and it’s great for changing your viewpoint, subtly, and permanently. If you want to improve your business, improve your thinking.

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