I choose to be successful.
Doing well in life takes important decision-making. My success is completely dependent on my commitment to achieve meaningful goals.
When I choose to be successful at something, each decision I make is directly tied to achieving that success. I recognize that having the resolve to hit a target means very few things are allowed to get in the way.
My ongoing goal to receive promotions at work is reflected in the effort I put in. The desired result drives me to push harder and work smarter.
When others try to get me to slow down, I ignore them. It is more important to me to remain focused on my desired results. Keeping the end in mind is all I need to maintain consistent effort.
I choose to be successful with my relationships. Even in negative situations, I am committed to working towards a positive resolution that can strengthen our relationship.
I do my best to nurture my friendships. Feeding positivity into relationships is a conscious step towards ensuring they remain successful. The longevity of those unions is directly related to daily maintenance of them.
Today, I expect success because I make a conscious choice to achieve it. I commit to an ongoing effort to realize my victories. My path remains clear because I avoid letting obstacles distract me.
- How does positive thinking help me to courageously go after difficult goals?
- Are there external factors that influence how I measure my success?
- How can I make daily choices that lead me toward my goal?
“The hardest sell we will ever make is selling ourselves on our own success.” ~ Ms. B