Quit Confusion & Find your Greatness In 3 steps
“The price of greatness is responsibility.”-Winston Churchill
Even though our habits potentially govern our lives for some people they have life changing experiences and realize they were are here for a greater purpose. Even with this been the case we have to change our old ways to become the great person we realize we can become and the possibility if this happening relies on what we do and the actions we take over time.
There are some things we can learn to help us step into out greatness and achieve great success and live a much improved life. I have used 3 ways to quickly propel my own efforts for greatness using a 3 step principal.
Ever heard the saying you are the sum total of the 5 people you hang around with the most? Well its true. Let’s face it the more your with your friends the more likely you will be alike and you know this. I used to really get annoyed when people used to say “˜show me your friends and I’ll know who you are.’ I would disagree and be real mad saying, “Don’t be stupid me and my friends we are all different!” But were we? We hung out almost every day, we went the same places did the same things said the same things, thought the same things, ate the same food! Wore the same style clothes, hair styles”¦ do I need to go on?
Your relationships matter!
For you to be great you must:
- Find a mentor or someone you look up to ask them questions or find out how they got to where they are now and set your own goals
- Join communities, groups or go out and meet people at events if you can or generally people who share the same interests
- Be around positive encouraging people more often who share the same skills and passions and lifestyle you want.
- You may want to avoid some people almost completely!
I’m going to keep this simple.
From this moment forward, you must take responsibility for your life, decisions, actions, emotions, reactions, Yes YOU are the only one responsible. Quit blaming others and instead, when something goes belly-up ask yourself, “What am I going to do about it?” instead of “Why have they done that!”
Being great involves having the faith in an unseen power, that you will lead you on a path to greatness.
Faith can help boost your belief in yourself and help you achieve great things and live expecting to win.
Becoming great involves developing faith:
- in yourself
- in an unseen power
You know it will work out – it always has. Even when things have gone wrong it seems to be okay now or even may have worked out for the better. Build your faith on that.
“Faith is believing that God is going to take you places before you even get there.” – Matthew Barnett
What do you think? Do you agree with these 3 steps or do you have any of your own? Post a comment and let me know.