Success does not usually happen by chance, or with some random string of luck. We must take certain steps that condition us for more abundance. Without a plan we can easily find ourselves stuck in life. The financial system is broke, and those who don’t adapt to news ways of making money will probably never experience financial success.
The irony is that it’s not doom, and gloom for those who learn. Some of us have lost our desire to win in life. That’s not even the worst part. When we begin to lower our expectations, and settle for a life of mediocrity we never discover our full potential. This happens more often than we like to admit.
Yet deep down most of us still want to achieve more in our lives. That small inner voice from within speaks volumes to the core of our being saying ……What are you doing with your life….. The voice of truth who reminds us who we are, and what we are capable of. And the truth is that your future can be brighter than you ever imagined possible. Here’s 7 ways that can help condition your life for success.
1. Avoid information overload
Most of the information we gather today is useless. In fact you must avoid information overload at all cost if you’re going to keep your sanity. There are two kinds of knowledge. One that is useful, and another that is useless.
Learn to sift through what’s important, and spit out what’s not. In other words keep your eye on the big picture without getting bogged down with minor details. Take some time out …… Step back….. And think about what you want to achieve. Then start moving in that direction one step at a time.
“We are drowning in information, but starving for wisdom.” Tony Robbins
2. Get organized
When we remove the clutter in our life we think better, feel better, and perform better. Putting more organization into our daily lives helps condition us for success. The more organized we are the more self-confident we become. As our confidence grows our energy levels increase.
Living organized is not just about cleaning everything around you. You probably know people who can only keep a clean house a few hours before everything’s a mess again. Why? Because organization is a lifestyle.
If we don’t clean up as we go along we accumulate a mess. We should always make it a point to live our life in a clean environment. More organization improves our mood, and our emotional state. It also saves time, and makes our lives much more productive.
For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned. Benjamin Franklin
3. Stop dwelling on the past
The only power we have is NOW. We can decide at any moment that our story is not going to end like this. Dwelling on the past drains your energy, and keeps you in a powerless state. Successful people know that our emotions drive everything.
When we dwell on the past our brain is less resourceful. We have less ability to make clear decisions. For successful better results we must live in the moment. Life is a miracle in motion. The past is gone, and the future is yet to come. The only power we have to make positive changes is now. When you do it will energize your projects, your business, your relationships, and your entire life.
The past cannot be changed. The future is yet in your power. Unknown
4. Go a new direction
We are taught to never give up, or quit something we started, but sometimes continuing down the same path is not smart. Over time it usually becomes more, and more clear when we’re going the wrong direction. Never allow anyone to try, and mold you into something you’re not. It will only lead to a life of misery.
Decide exactly what you want your life to look like then put one foot in front of the other to make it happen. One simple step forward may be just enough to put in motion a better life with new beginnings, and a new direction.
I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination. Jimmy Dean
5. Develop a vision for complete success
Visualize yourself having complete success. When a vision is born inside us it produces hope, and hope produces desire, and desire produces a dream, and a dream produces energy, and energy produces action, and action produces results. It’s what makes dreams come true.
To every action there’s a reaction in the universe, Without a vision our life becomes repetitious, and meaningless with nothing to hope for. We are not created to live in a defeated state of mindlessness. We are designed to win. And once we know what’s important we can start developing a vision for success.
Whatever that idea lifestyle looks like, we have to take action and set some goals in place to make it a reality. To have complete success visualize in detail your vision then act on it at once.
Visualize this thing that you want, see it, feel it, believe in it. Make your mental blue print, and begin to build. Robert Collier
6. Condition your life for positive change
Everything around us is constantly changing including our mind, body, likes, dislikes, and habits. All these and more… are in cycles of change. For example our family, friends, relationships, and careers are all changing around us creating new challenges and opportunities as we evolve and grow together.
We all have unique areas to change in life, but the reasons vary! For many of us it’s time to start a new business, make new friends, get into a new relationship, or out of an old one. Usually it’s your intuition that lets you know when you need to condition your life for success, or positive change.
Since we cannot stop things from changing we should learn to embrace it. We should become more adaptive, flexible, and resourceful. After all change is a part of life so since we can’t change it we should embrace it, let it go, and let whatever happens happen.
Change your thoughts and you change your world. Norman Vincent Peale
7. Smell the coffee along the way
Science has proven that when we don’t take time out in life we become less productive, more susceptible to depression, anxiety, and illnesses. We simply need to stop, and smell the coffee along the way. Don’t get so preoccupied that you lose sight of who you are, and what that dream looks like in your life.
Whenever we lose sight of why we do what we do it’s probably time to make changes. Or if we get so preoccupied in our work that we lose interest in people some changes are needed.
Every moment of life is a gift from God, and if we never enjoy small moments, we lose sight of the most important things that life has to offer. We can literally become so robotic, and repetitious that we lose our humanity.
Yes we need to work hard to move us toward our dreams, but let us never forget why we’re doing it in the first place. All seven of these tips, and techniques will help condition your life for success in everything you do.
We want to do a lot of stuff; we’re not in great shape. We didn’t get a good night’s sleep. We’re a little depressed. Coffee solves all these problems in one delightful little cup. Jerry Seinfeld