Monday, January 14, 2002
Success is yours
You are fabulously successful. You’ve succeeded at achieving everything you’ve committed yourself to achieving up to this point in time. You’ve created a life that precisely meets your most genuine expectations for yourself and for the world in which you live.
Are there things in your life that you would like to make better? Then commit to doing whatever is necessary to make them better. Expect it to happen, and it will happen. In the past, you’ve achieved precisely what you were committed to achieving, and you can continue to do so.
You are naturally and undeniably successful. You cannot help but be. The question is -- successful at what? Are you successful at creating the life you truly desire, or have you been more successful at avoiding it. That all depends on your expectations and your priorities.
If your life right now is not the way you’d like it to be, then adjust your commitments and your expectations. Because whatever you truly expect, will happen for you. What you truly commit yourself to achieving, you will achieve.
Ralph MarstonGrand opportunity The road
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