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Awaken The Species

by Alisa lisa Sophia (2019-04-03)

There is always time to do the things you want to do. Awaken The Species Review You can make time to achieve your dreams and goals. When I was in college and working full time I would do my homework during lunch at work. I made time. Where in your day can you make time to achieve your goals? Money is in abundance and is all around us. Saying that you don't have money to accomplish something is a LIE. What could you cut back to have the money to help you finance that dream business or take that trip you've been talking about for years? Every resource and person that you need to help you achieve your goal is already here. I needed help in my business so I found mentors to guide me along the way. Who can help you accomplish your goal or what book can you read to guide you along the way? With motivation, you have to want to do it. It might be through a desire for money, freedom, status, flexible lifestyle or independence. You must want to be a winner to succeed. All the right techniques and ingredients like get you to the winning line without an inner need for achievement. As Pablo Picasso once said, "It is your work in life that is the ultimate seduction". For all those who succeed, however difficult the road, not to have done it would have been more difficult. The next 23 steps will help put you on the right path to achieving your success. In my quest for self improvement, I have studied a lot of information on the Law of Attraction. When the movie "The Secret" burst on the scene it became an overnight success. I must admit, I liked the movie. But, even the makers of the movie will tell you, it's not complete. There's so much more to being successful than visualization. We could curl up on a pillow in our lotus position and visualize all day long. I have nothing against visualization. In fact, I love it! When I visualize my success, it makes me smile! It pumps me up! It helps me develop my clear, concise mental picture of what I really want. It is the daydream of inspirations which adds the fuel to my desires. But, as Thomas Edison said, "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. I never did anything worth doing by accident, nor did any of my inventions come by accident. They came by hard work." I've also heard motivational speakers say, "it's not how hard you work, but how smart you work that makes the difference". There's an element of truth to that statement. We do need to work smart. If we don't, we can spend hours and hours chasing our tails and not getting the job done. No matter how smart we work, it is still leaves the 99% of hard work we have to put in to succeed.