Being Successful In Life

If you’re looking to become the amazing person you were meant to be, you’ve come to the right place! When parts of your life are growing, changing, or simply not working, have you ever thought that it’s actually an invitation to grow and become more of who you really are?

It is important during this time to nurture your relationships with your body, emotions, spirit, and creativity. When you decide to deepen and strengthen your relationships – and dare to take that first step in embracing them – there’s more wellness in every part of their lives. More health. More joy. More of the things they want to have happen actually do start happening.

So, how do you make it happen?

Possession. Invest some time in what is around you. In truth, nothing belongs to you. It is all manifest from Divinity/The Field/Spirit. You are temporary custodian of everything, including your body. This can make it easier to step away from ego, which loves attachment and ‘belonging’. You realize it is about flow than about the acquisition of something – because anything material that you acquire will not be forever.

Gratitude. Notice that both the energy and blood will flow in your body – ‘flow’ is inherent in all nature. Realize that everything – including us, our children, and everything we own – is on its way to something and somewhere. So be grateful for all that is – because it may not always be there, be grateful for all you are and have ever been, and be grateful for all that will pass its way into your life.

Abundance. Unlimited abundance is also referred to as flow. You do not need to own something to be amidst abundance. You can be in an ocean and experience the delightful joy of nature and abundance, and yet not need to own any of it. It is the same. Realize you do not need to ‘own’ (although you can be in possession of it) it all, but yet for the rest of your life you can experience beyond believable, breathtaking, amazing abundance and trappings, whether in material form, love, joy and other deeply desired ways you want to experience your life.

You are connected to it all. When you embrace that sense of interconnectedness you open the portals for it to more easily enter your life. Take this information and open your heart and mind to receive the abundance it has to offer.

By Samantha Knowles

Keep Improving To Achieve Success

Everyone in the world wants to be successful, but there are a few rules to follow in order to run down the path. The first rule to succeed in achieving your goals is Improving Yourself. • Success lies within you Improving Yourself is the very first step you need to take if you want to taste success. When we call it improving, it means an overall improvement to your personality in every aspect and nature. Strict following of the rules and self-motivation is very important to achieve success. • A mind game Only a healthy mind can follow the rules and can focus on the goals set. Improving yourself always starts with focus and concentration of the mind on the target. You can follow a few mind management programs to improve yourself and turn in to an achiever by controlling your mind in opposite situations. Only a cool and calm mind can make right decisions in adverse situations. Improving Yourselfmeans a person with open mind, innovative ideas, focus, concentration and positive approach. The mind management programs provide you great attitude towards Committing to Success. Self-improvement is a very important component. People who can’t improve themselves cannot expect others to improve and gain results. By improving yourself, you can set an example for others and motivate your team to work for success. Committing to Success always depends upon self-improvement, working hand in hand together. It is a commitment one does to self, not to others. Self-improvement is the right way to move forward, commitment comes next. We have many examples around us within the society, which can be helpful to understand the theory of success. All those who have achieved success in their life, have followed the same rule of self-improvementand controlled mind. Everyone would remember the period when the best batsman of the world, Sachin Tendulkar was failing in every second match and came under serious criticism by sports world critics, but he kept on improving himself by checking his shot selections and regular practice. He again succeeded after some times and those who wrote him off, started praising him. Improving self on every front and leading by example can be achieved by performing some mind and body exercises in routine, which includes meditation, yoga and light exercises. Follow the exercises, which strengthen your mind and help you focus on the target you want to achieve. Just follow the rules and self-motivating sessions with a focused mind and concentration. Improve your skills by having a calm approach and cool attitude. The greatest problems can be solved with the right attitude and you need to improve those qualities within you. There are many resources available to achieve the right approach and attitude to get the success path within your reach.

Self-improvement And Success Go Together

How do you know if someone is willing and ready to work on self-improvement?

Obviously, you can’t actually answer this question directly for everyone, because each individual is different and each will approach self-improvement differently. However, self-improvement is definitely something that every person can work on. How do you do this?

Each of us has individual goals, dreams and ambitions. However, we just don’t know how exactly to go about it. In fact, if you’re like just about anyone, you might even have thought about this and wondered what exactly you can do. However, you still probably don’t know just how to make a plan and take the actions you need to in order to achieve your goals.

Maybe you’re someone who just has a very indistinct idea as to how you can improve yourself. Maybe you think you just need a better job, better opportunities, or a loving relationship. Whatever it is, you may think that if you attained your desire, you’d be happy.

If this is you, then it’s obvious that what you are currently focusing on at least to some extent is external rather than internal, as it should be. In short, you think external factors rather than your own thoughts and actions are what make the biggest difference. However, this is not true.

Let’s say that one of your biggest goals in life has been to “make more money”. Maybe you think that if you’re rich, you can relax, do whatever you want to, and “then” focus on self-improvement. However, this doesn’t do anything to actually help you establish real goals and think about how you can actually achieve what you want in life by taking specific, concrete actions. In short, what you really need is a plan.

First, think about what you really want from life. Don’t focus on broad-based “goals” such as a vaguely fuzzy idea that you want “more money,” without truly defining what you really want in clear and concrete terms. And don’t simply drift along day-to-day, just getting by, with no real defined path.

Now, if you’re happy with your life just as it is, of course you shouldn’t change it. Maybe you’re happy earning “just enough” and getting by, with a relatively comfortable life and a relatively secure job. But for most, this isn’t enough and they need something with more passion and more meaning. If this is you, self-improvement should be your goal.

It might surprise you to know that in fact, no matter what you do, you are constantly changing. We each face circumstances that make us grow, develop and learn new skills, even if we don’t consciously decide to do so. Up until a certain age, most of us learn through some kind of formal education, at least through the end of high school. After formal education is over, we still continue to learn through informal “educational” experiences that occur for the rest of our lives. Everyone has to learn and grow in order to deal with ever-changing challenges we all must face as we go through life.

In years past, this type of ever-changing “education” happened at a relatively slow pace, and this meant that we could incorporate changes as we needed to and as we became ready for them. Now, however, modern life moves very, very fast and we often aren’t ready to deal with the pace at which things come to us. We’re overwhelmed, even though the changes we experience are beneficial as well as stressful. For example, we have more opportunities, but also more stress and change in today’s modern life compared to previous years.

One thing that is much more apparent today than ever before is the presence of competition. Technology has meant that few jobs exist anymore that are simply skilled labor types. Jobs also usually do not last for someone’s entire lifetime, as jobs in the past did. Very often, people have to change jobs once or more during their lifetimes, instead of staying in one career during their whole working lives as past generations did.

Because of this, today’s working adults need to be able to stay competitive by regularly acquiring new skills and new knowledge, so that they stand out from the crowd. As one of those adults, if you want this to happen, you need to continually focus on self-improvement. If you do so, you’ll be more likely to keep your job, acquire promotions within your given field, and/or be able to change jobs or even fields of expertise if necessary to stay employable.

If you commit to self-improvement and personal growth, you will go a long way toward determining your own future success.