“F.E.A.R is the great thief of Success!”

We can all attest to the fact that new territories bring about a sense of fear. Notice I said “sense”. The acronym for F.E.A.R is “False Experience Appearing Real” Learn to use your natural instincts and intuitions. Belief is our most powerful asset. Belief is the launching pad of your success.

Believe in yourself. You were created by design. Do you have an attribute that your always receiving praises for? This is your gift. Some people have the gift of gab. Some the gift of relations. I was blessed with the gift of words. Words have always been a very intriguing thing to me. I ‘believe’ they are the most powerful lesson to learn.

As a youth I started out winning spelling bees and bringing in A’s when it came to English. It progressed to writing poetry, short stories and delivering compelling speeches at a very young age. Boy, did my mother praise me! It made me feel good and it started the belief with in my self. I went on to writing music and composing documents for various organizations. To now writing a blog!

You never know where your talents will take you. Was I scared? Of course! However I had no fear in trying. I had no fear in failure. I knew what I excelled at and allowed for it to take me as far as I could go. To this day I still harness that belief.

Another tip I can give you is to educate yourself and become familiar with the every changing ways of the world. Evolution is a consistent thing. Just like the sunrise and the sunset. A new day brings with it innovation and with innovation comes opportunity.

Let us discuss for a minute the Rise and Setting of the sun. Ask yourself these questions; Do you ever doubt that it is going to happen? Do you even think about it? No, you just expect it… right? You may even go as far as to doubt if you’ll make it to see another. But never for one instant do you regard or entertain the idea that it won’t happen. Apply that to whatever is in your heart to accomplish. This is the only way to seal success.

I’ve said it before and I will say it again. “Success is a Mindset”. I always like to close with something to jog that mindset. Here is what I have for you today:

I went to see Russell Simmons at Penn State in late January. At the end of his lecture he opened the floor up for questions. A beautiful young lady stood up and gave her testimony about what the book “Do you” had done for her. She expressed that she wanted to get in to writing and asked how she would go about doing so. Russell a man of many words just answered “Write”!

Whatever you do, or dream you can, begin it! Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it!

-Johann Wolfgang van Goethe

Contributed by L.Spencer

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