Friday, April 17, 2009

Just trying will set you up for failure, Guaranteed!

How many times have you attempted to do something and you said, well I tried, but couldn’t do it?
You need to do, not try.
Think about it.
Trying is synonymous to putting in only a half hearted effort into what your intention is.
If you try, you will probably always be trying, and ultimately not succeeding.
People who only “try” have reasons, where as people who “do” have results. You may be saying to yourself, I tried real hard and I finally did it. But the truth of the matter is that your goal was only achieved when you stopped trying and started doing.

People who try, will keep getting these messages from the subconscious asking something along the lines of, how am I going to do this, where am I going to get the resources, etc.
Do not focus on these questions of who, what, where, and when. Focus on the “why”.
When focusing on the “why”, you begin to start focusing on the motivating factors of why you want your goal, the good stuff, the benefits of attaining your goal.
Focusing on your goal and focusing on why you want to reach your goal will make the journey an easier ride, where as your focus will remain positive and the answers to the other questions will make themselves apparent. The direction of your focus will allow the answers to emerge to help you on your journey.
Remember the law of attraction. If you focus on the difficulties, you will tend to attract more.
Not thinking about why, will cause you to lose motivation, because thinking about how you are going to get there can tend to be overwhelming.

Reminding yourself why, and having no question that this is the true reason why you must attain your goal will ultimately put you in the “do” mode instead of the “try” mode, increasing your chances for success.

Giving up too soon will satisfy the person who only tries, as setbacks and difficulties will be the excuse to justify not reaching their goal.

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