Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Fuel your Success

Fuel your Success with Passion and Enthusiasm

Passion is something within you that provides the continual enthusiasm, focus and energy you need to succeed.  True passion does not come from those “feel good” emotions you get from external sources; it comes from within, an almost spiritual force. 

The word enthusiasm comes from the Greek word entheos, which means “to be filled with God.”  When you are filled with spirit, you are naturally inspired and passionate.  Sometimes that passion expresses itself in a dynamic and energetic way and other times it expresses itself in a more peaceful and calm way. 

Passionate people are enthusiastic about life and work.  They can’t wait to get up in the morning and get started.  They are eager and energetic.  They are filled with purpose and totally committed to their mission.  They enjoy what they do!

Passion is a powerful tool for success and deserves to be an area you consistently work on.  Passion makes your days fly by!  It helps you get more done in less time.  It helps you make better decisions.  And it attracts others to you. 

Spend more time doing what you love to do.  Discover and reconnect with your purpose for doing anything that you do.  Realize everything is a choice.  And when those choices are connected to your purpose that’s when your enthusiasm will build. 

How can you develop and maintain a passion for the most important areas of your life?

How do you know when you have a true passion and purpose for something?

When you express your passion and enthusiasm, you will become a magnet to others, 
who will be attracted to your level of energy.

Unleash the Power of Goal Setting

As you begin to understand your purpose and determine your vision(s) for your business and your life, you can begin to convert them into specific, measurable goals and objectives and then act on them in order to achieve them.

Experts on the science of success know the brain is a goal-seeking organism.  Whatever goal you give to your subconscious mind, it will work night and day to achieve.

To make sure a goal unleashes the power of your subconscious mind, it must meet the following criteria:
  • The goal must be stated in a way that you and anyone else can measure it.  Saying. "I will loose weight" is just not as powerful as saying, "I will loose 20 pounds by July 1st.
  • The goal must be specific.  Include all the details.
  • The goal must be attainable or else you will set yourself up for failure.

Once you have written down all your goals, both large and small, the next step is to activate the creative powers of your subconscious mind by reviewing your list two or three times every day! 

By constantly repeating and visualizing your goals as already achieved you will be igniting your passion! 

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