“Your outer world is a mirror of your inner world” – T Harv Ecker
By finding your inner strength you can quickly start having an impact on your outer world.
We live in a universe of duality, to your up there is a down, to your right, a left and just as we have outer laws of success, we therefore have inner laws of success.
This means that you are in full control over the results in your life. Everything good that has happened to you, is thanks to you. Give yourself full credit for that!
On the flip side of the coin, everything that is wrong is your fault. I know that isn’t easy to hear or consider but lets think about the ramifications of this statement.
If you are in full control over your future and what happens to you, by the result of your inner world, you can decide what level of success and happiness you wish to have.
By working on your own growth, your outer world will grow as will your results and happiness.
How to increase your level of confidence and your results
To me the best way to improve your outside results is by investing in your own education. By learning from others who have had success and have reached the goals you are hoping to achieve you can learn so much.
As the Chinese proverb says “The smart man learns from his mistakes, the wise man learns from others mistakes”.
Most successful people have faced challenges on their path, which has allowed them to grow and learn. You can use the shortcut of learning from their mistakes, instead of having to make them yourself.
Books, biographies, even following inspirational people through social media will give you a glimpse into their lives and see what challenges do they face and how do they carry themselves.
On our journey we have faced many challenges. What kept us going through all the hard times was remembering why we had started the journey in the first place. Our dream is to create a truly great company, a company that can have a long lasting positive impact in people’s lives and make their lives better.
We want to build something that we one day can pass on to our children and see them take the business to an even higher height than we could ever imagine.
In my experience, the only difference between success and failure is how long your persist.
In the TV series White Collar one of the characters makes an incredible comment – “If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”
You might be facing challenges now, but that just means the story isn’t over, there is always a next chapter if you chose to write it. If you are doing something that can change lives, where you are doing good and helping others, it is your responsibility to rise to the occasion and keep pushing forward.
Even on the bad days, even on days when it feels like the world is against you, when it feels like your world is crumbling around you. Your responsibility to yourself and to the world is to keep pushing forward.
It isn’t easy but all of the most success people in the world have had times when they wanted to give up, but they chose to persist! In the bestselling book “Think and Grow Rich” Napoleon Hill explains that most people stop “Three feet from gold”. Don’t let that be your story!
You Decide Your Future
What is exciting about being an entrepreneur is that even though you will have challenging days, you will also have days when everything goes your way, when people appreciate the hard work you do and why you are do it.
You can achieve anything, as long as your persist.
Invest in yourself, learn from others who have come before you and never, ever give up!
Daniel Wood is an Award-Winning Entrepreneur and Property Investor. To learn more about Entrepreneurship, Investing and Success you can follow him on instagram where he shares daily advise that will help you reach your goals. Follow @EntrepreneurDanielWood https://www.instagram.com/entrepreneurdanielwood/
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