Sunday, May 13, 2007


Success means many wonderful, positive things.
Success means personal prosperity: financial security, giving your children maximum advantages. Success means winning admiration, leadership, being looked up to by people in your business and social life. Success means freedom: freedom from worries, fears, frustrations, and failure. Success means self-respect, continually finding more real happiness and satisfaction from life, being able to do more for those who depend on you.
Success means winning!
Success –achievement – is the goal of life!

Biblical quotation stating that faith can move mountains!

You can move a mountain with belief. You can win success by believing you can succeed.

Belief works this way. Belief, the “I’m-positive-I-can” attitude, generates the power, skill, and energy needed to do.

When you believe I-can-do-it, the how-to-do-it develops.

Believe in yourself and good things do start happening.

A person is a product of his own thoughts.

Think success. don’t think failure.

Thinking success conditions your mind to create plans that produce success.

Remind yourself regularly that you are better than you think you are.

Successful people are just ordinary folks who have developed belief in themselves and what they do.

The size of your success is determined by the size of your belief.

Think little goals and expect little achievements.

Think big goals and win big success!

Remember this too!
Big ideas and big plans are often easier – certainly no more difficult – than small ideas and small plans.

Follow this three simple steps!

1. Know what to do.
2. Know how to do.
3. And Get results!

Now, It’s fun to feel yourself that you are growing more confident, more effective, more successful day-by-day, month-by-month. Nothing – absolutely nothing – in this life gives you more satisfaction than knowing you’re on the road to success and achievement. And nothing stands as a bigger challenge than making the most of yourself!

Complied by HtooSay, Taken from The Magic of Thinking Big,
written by David J. Schwartz.

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