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Wonder rather than doubt is the root of knowledge.
-- Abraham Joshua Heschel


Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Clearly and precisely

If you’re not getting what you want from life, chances are it’s because you have not defined your objectives clearly enough. When you can clearly and precisely articulate what you seek to create, you’re well on your way to creating it and it will indeed come to be.

Whatever advantages or disadvantages you may have, you absolutely have the means and the ability to experience the life you wish to experience. To utilize the power of that ability, though, you must be completely clear about where to direct it.

Think about it, and you’ll realize that you are extremely well equipped and intended for achievement. Since the moment you were born, you have found a way to get your way.

However, when you’re vague or inconsistent about where you want to go, you won’t go much of anywhere. An absolutely essential part of success is precisely defining what that success is.

Go beyond merely wishing for something better. Figure out exactly what that something looks like, what it feels like, and how it will impact your life.

Forget about what you don’t want, and get completely clear about what you do want. Then you’ll discover that you are indeed able to make it happen.

— Ralph Marston

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