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SMALL STEPS THAT CREATE BIG REWARDS

I often ask myself why some people are successful and why
others are not.
 Why some people have a negative experience and it inspires
them to go do big things  and some have
negative experience and they remain permanently in the pit
 
 
Peter J Daniels uneducated, former bricklayer in Australia
became a multimillionaire and travels all over the world to inspire people. I
studied a lot of people who have gone through a tough time and turned that
around for their own good.  Here are the
commonalities.
 
These people
 
  1. Found
    out the law of cause and effect. Just like the law of sowing and reaping.
    Found out that nature is neutral. Follow recipe and you get the same
    result.
  2. Found
    out that success is something you attract by becoming an attractive person
  3. Becoming
    successful is not the important thing . The important thing is the person
    you become.
 
Here are some of the Big Steps they shared

 

  1. Goal
    setting. Get a piece of paper and make a dream list. This activates the
    law of attraction. Reticular activating system
  2. Commit
    to excellence. You can open any door when you are good at what you do.
  3. Do
    something you love to do. Find something you love, and make a living from
    it. When you find something you lose, tie it to a pain you plan to solve
  4. Develop
    your talent. There is something unique about you. Your DNA.
  5.  Develop a clear sense of direction. Be
    goal oriented. You cannot hit a target you cannot see. Your current life
    is as a result of what you have put in. Do something that will move you
    towards your goal.
  6.  Refuse to consider the possibility of
    failure.
  7.  Learn new skills
  8. FINALLY
    BELIEVE IN GOD
 

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