Many of us set goals with all good intentions of reaching them. Often life gets in the way or something else grabs our attention and, before we realize it, we've lost our focus and direction. Sometimes we stay focused on the goal, but get overwhelmed by how big it seems or by the effort it will take to achieve it. In both cases, the results are often the same, we simply give up.
Success expert, Jack Canfield, in his book The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, outlines 6 Daily Disciplines to Create Effortless Success in reaching the goals we set for ourselves and achieving the results we want. The Six Daily Disciplines are based on the science of success and the subconscious mind, the power of intention and visualization, our personal energy field, the power of gratitude and taking both planned and inspired action on a daily and ongoing basis.
I've always been one of those people who got easily overwhelmed by big goals and overwhelming to do lists! Great ideas have turned into inaction and a sense of personal failure and disappointment. No more!
The Success Principles have helped me stay focused and avoid getting overwhelmed while keeping me in action mode and achieving desired results ... or often, something even better!
Success principles like " Chunk It Down Using the Swiss Cheese Method" and "Practice the Rule of Five" help to break big goals into smaller parts and even smaller, manageable "to do lists", while creating the flow necessary to activate the Law of Attraction. Really cool stuff!
To complement the Success Principles, I've created a user friendly and fun Success System that we can use to help stay focused while creating solutions and achieving desired results with business and career goals as well as financial, relationship, health, recreation and personal goals.
If you have something you'd like to change, something you've been secretly dreaming about, or a goal that's been begging for your attention, perhaps it's time to give the Success Principles a try.
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