Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is
always to try just one more time.” – Thomas Edison
Many people have experience difficult and challenging periods in their lives especially financial ones, yet managed to overcome them. How? They adopted an attitude of “It’s either sink or swim – the choice is mine.”
No matter what difficulties you are experiencing including financial ones, you cannot allow them to overcome you. It is a state of mind. You get more of what you focus on. By programming your sub-conscious mind and your expectations for the future, your awareness becomes heightened and then instead of focussing on lack of money, focus on income generation; instead of focussing on health problems focus on health regeneration; instead of lack of sales or business, focus on the keys to relationship building.
What options are there, what opportunities await you to change your circumstances? Are you looking or just waiting for circumstances to change.
Here are the major factors which need to be addressed to overcome the challenges:
• So what are you doing about it?
What do you think is going to happen if you don’t take actionyourself?
• What’s your mindset?
It’s physiologically and psychologically impossible to be depressed
and happy at the same time. Make up your mind
• Not everything is wrong in your life.
You are doing some right things or else you wouldn’t be engaging
in this programme
• You are not the problem. The problem is the problem, so start your
plan to take action to correct it
Charles Donoghue’s 90 Days to Smash It!
• Focus on what you want to happen NOT what you don’t want to
• Do some lateral thinking. What are some possible options, even
• Take stock. Make a list of some of the things you are thankful for and concentrate on them as this will create power positive thinking
Sometimes, when you are feeling down and out and at your wits end, just think, one thought, one idea, can turn it all around for you. Difficult times can be the making of you and force you to bring your imagination to the fore. Difficult times will change your perspective towards life and give you strength to deal with these times.
Everyone needs to know that they can overcome the obstacles blocking their path to financial freedom and fear of failure. Fortunately for you there are hundreds of stories of people who overcame poverty, lack of education, illness, handicaps, racism, sexual discrimination and other obstacles and succeeded and can inspire you to keep striving for your dreams.
A classic story of such a success is J.K. Rawling the billionaire author of the Harry Potter books perhaps the greatest success in publishing history. Twenty years earlier, Rawling was a single mother on welfare who was having a hard time finding enough money for bus fare. Yet she pressed on and clung to her dream of becoming a professional writer and succeeded beyond her wildest dreams. If she could overcome such poverty and achieve success and wealth in her chosen profession, so can you.
Change your state of mind and you change your circumstances.
I will conclude this topic with one of the most famous and powerful quotes by Sir Winston Churchill, the man who lead the United Kingdom through the greatest war in history – World War Two:
“Never, never, never, never ever give up!” – Winston Churchill