Thought is Force

Let not your success rise higher than your confidence in self, but rather, let your self-respecting ways reflect the level of regard with which you hold yourself.

Assert your superiority over the environment and be the master and not a slave to circumstances, for when the unwavering belief in yourself meets the enemies of achievement, they – fear, doubt, and indecision – have no choice but to succumb to your indomitable will.

Understand that often misery and even poverty are self-invited. So don’t waste time dreading disaster lest it confronts you; instead keep worry away or else it will enfeeble your creative powers and keep you from realising that which a mind focused on progress would otherwise. And if your wishes are not supported by effort and endeavour then be not surprised at your chargrin when met with failure.

Listen not to their disparaging remarks, but take note of constructive criticism and remain resolute in your vision, whatever your business.

Constantly affirm your inherent right and ability to prosper and unfavorable conditions will soon give way to conducive ones, ensuring your success!


4 Comments on “Thought is Force”

  1. vivachange77 says:

    Excellent counsel, Heath. I will pass this on to my son who is pursuing a career change.

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  2. Kaye Spencer says:

    Sage advice. Our thoughts are powerful motivators or destroyers of dreams and goals. We must strive to remain positive when darkness comes to visit.

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  3. I’m pleased you think it’s sound enough advice. Thanks for the compliment. He will move up and on to better things. Hope you’re doing well my dear friend. What a busy year it has been this end.

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  4. Well said Kaye, thank you 🙂

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