How to succeed at anything.
Is personal prosperity easy?
Yes and no.
Many make personal prosperity difficult because they practice lies instead of truth.
For too long I lived at 123 Failure Circle.
But I moved from there and you can, too. It takes liberating courage, yet it can be done.
- Ask: Where am I now? Be ruthlessly honest about who you are at this point in your life. Does something need to change in order for you to personally prosper? If yes, what is it? Identify your problem.
- Ask: Where would I rather be? Put feet to your dream. Dare yourself to take a step forward. Say why your dream hasn’t been realized. (Why hasn’t your problem been solved?)
- Ask: What do I need to do to get where I want to be? What’s possible? How will possible become my new reality? (Let your mind wander to the place you want to live).
- Ask: Am I willing to do what I need to do to win? Write your answer. Say it out-loud. Revise your answer if necessary. See yourself doing what you must practice to accomplish the thrill of victory.
- Ask: What is the first positive step I need to execute? Even if whatever you decide isn’t actually the first step, do something good for yourself. You must move. Movement will break immobilization. Inertia will take over. Move one step at a time.
- Ask: Where does determination come from? It is a combination of decision and cooperation. You are an active part in the process of winning. But you must cooperate with God in order to completely succeed.
- Ask: Will I cooperate with what works? I start doing what is necessary because I’m gung-ho. But full personal prosperity will only happen when I learn to persist beyond myself. I need to cooperate with Jesus to quit failing. Will I? (Will you?)
- We do anything we do to gain an outcome. If we cannot answer: What’s in it for me? we keep hugging our failure like a teddy bear.
- Freedom, peace, satisfaction are three of our big objectives. These are realized as we ask and answer the seven questions.
- If you apply what is offered here you will be further along than most in refusing to fail.
Today is the day you were going to do so much about yesterday.
The toughest thing I’ve ever done, and am still doing, is refusing to fail.
Is there a trick to winning? I think there is. I think the trick is to see myself winning. I think I have to set my imagination free. I must line up my vision with God’s vision.
I believe the Lord made this possible. I believe this is what salvation is all about. I believe God’s heart is for me (us) to choose what’s best. God’s best progresses as I refuse to fail.
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