Four Principles to creating your best life
PRINCIPLE #1 KNOW YOUR VISION
In life, I believe you don’t get what you really want if you’re not clear on your vision.
Your dreams and the clarity of your true vision are the catalysts to your success in business and in life; they provide the targets for success. When you start to picture yourself living your dreams you will start attracting it minute by minute and your subconscious mind will find a way to make that dream a reality. Life & death is in the power of the tongue – the words you speak are directly connected to the vision you see.
PRINCIPLE #2 INVEST IN YOURSELF
“If you ever want to become successful in life, find someone who’s done what it is you want to do and duplicate them.”
That’s a principle that I live by every single day. Find someone who’s been there, done what you are looking to do and who is willing to teach you how to do the same thing. Follow the path they are going to set for you. Success is much more obtainable when you have someone who is more experienced than you are and who has accepted personal responsibility for your success in life.
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PRINCIPLE #3 DO THE WORK
Simply put the deposit is first, the withdrawal comes later. You have to decide what you’re willing to give up temporarily to get what you picture. …success is not easy or convenient. However… I believe success is very simple to obtain if you do the work.
It’s not necessarily easy to build a business, but it is SIMPLE. Everything in life is about giving and receiving if you sow sparingly you will reap sparingly. If you give a lot you’ll get a lot – a simple reality!
PRINCIPLE #4 KNOW YOUR VALUES
Without knowing your true values, you will perish by replaying your past, with all its failures. I always make my key decisions based on my true values, with definitiveness and purpose. I use my values to ensure I maintain balance and flow in life and to keep me on track with what matters most.
Without an awareness around your true values and purpose in life, you will likely focus on means goals rather than end goals. The problem with this is that when we focus on our means goals (means to an end) we will nearly always make the wrong decisions for ourselves. These decisions will most often lead to a very unfulfilled life with a constant awareness around the fact we are not living a life of purpose and passion. When you define your true values they will become a barometer when making key decisions. As a result, you are much more inclined to make the right decision which in turn will lead to true fulfilment.