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There are 3 aspects of being in the right place at the right time. Each aspect reinforces the other ones.
1. BEING ON PURPOSE
What is your bigger purpose, beyond just surviving? When you use your gifts and skills to help others, when you have a mission statement, you live on purpose. The idea is to have a vision of a better world — not just generically wanting to help people.
It may involve performing, helping children, offering a service or product. When your life revolves around your passionate purpose, you know you are on track. Your life has daily direction and meaning.
2. OVERCOMING OBSTACLES
Just because you’re on purpose doesn’t mean life is always a breeze. Challenges regularly occur. Here’s the secret: become keenly aware of how you respond to those challenges.
There are 2 kinds of obstacles: one coming from intention, the other from inattention. In the first case, you are on track; in the other, you are off track.
The first kind of challenge naturally arises when you go for your dreams and goals and things get in the way. These can come from outside conflicts as well as your own internal doubts.
Being in the flow includes doing what it takes. Realize that opportunities may be inconvenient. You may need to just hang in there — and sometimes reinvent yourself.
The second obstacle comes when we get off track. At times we are inattentive and careless. Then stuff happens; we get a speeding ticket or make an inconsiderate comment. We may deviate by following bright shiny objects (like a young child), ending up wasting time and money.
Whether we are navigating staying the course or needing to get back on track, we can still do one thing: Make any situation into an opportunity.
To help, use EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to set your thoughts and feelings aright.
As you take charge of your life, use your setbacks to grow. Look for the good in the sometimes crazy obstacles that you face.
It’s comforting to know you can use any experience in your life. Put those painstaking experiences into your compost pile and watch how they fertilize your dreams and goals.
3. FEELING GOOD
Overall, you feel good when you are on track. You realize, sometimes with a groan, that the setbacks will lead you to where you want to go. It may mean finding a creative solution, persevering or just being more aware.
What does a day of being in the right place at the right time look like?
You’re intent on leading a rich, purposeful life. You want to help yourself, others, and the world in a greater way. Like the Energizer Bunny, you keep on going.
When you experience loss, you find a way to feel better in the moment. You grow and learn. You become continually grateful for all you have.
You wake up and realize, “I’m in the right place at the right time!”
So you continually lead a purposeful life, deal with setbacks, and feel as good as you can (the 3 keys). You then are well-positioned to be in the right place at the right time.
It’s all part of the journey. And if you know where you want to go, it’s much easier to enjoy the ride.
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First, feel good by acknowledging what you have already accomplished: goals you have reached, people you have helped.
Then remember that making a difference starts from within. To succeed, it’s essential to develop and ongoing success mindset. As your vibration stays stronger longer, it naturally translates into action. Then you manifest success.
So what gets in the way? It’s not about comparing yourself to others, which is a common showstopper. Yes, learn and be inspired by others; just remember that you are unique. It’s about pursuing your own self-actualizing path.
Also, it’s not about being perfect, getting those imaginary ducks in a row. Waiting for the perfect time – another common obstacle – is just as self-defeating.
THREE KEYS TO MAKING A DIFFERENCE
1. Have a vision. Intend for your picture of how your individual talents and skills can help others make a better world to come into view. Then develop a mission to carry your own personal crusade to better yourself and others.
“I use my ______[talents/skills] to help people __________.”
2. Use strategies. These approaches will then actualize your dreams and goals that emerge from your vision. For example, develop your own business, or give 110% at your job to attract greater possibilities.
You can also help solve people’s problems. If you want to make a living from helping others, choose those who are willing and able to pay for your products/services.
To succeed, find the best practices in your chosen area for success.
3. Have a daily success routine. Successful people regulate their lives so they are “fit for success.”
Practices we and others use include:
eating and sleeping well
reading positive books; listening to success audios
associating with upbeat, successful people
meditating and affirming expansive ideas
As a note, the above takes self-discipline, to which you want to dedicate yourself for your own success and self-actualization.
One of our taglines is that “we help people step up and make a difference.” You must be willing to “step up” to make a difference.
This may even include getting so frustrated that you no longer can tolerate staying where you are.
Find a way to step up today (the best time to do it).
Stay with it. Never, ever give up; simply learn and grow from the challenges. Then you will be proud of your legacy: “I made a difference.”
We asked a group we spoke to if they’d like more money. One lady replied, “Sure everyone wants more money, BUT…” This common response shows how you can get caught in the “but,” so to speak.
What does money represent? More freedom: that means greater support of your family, more fun, more trips and dining, more contribution.
In Napoleon Hill’s The Law of Success in 16 Lessons, he emphasized having a definite chief aim in order to succeed.
However, Hill notes that if you just think, “My definite purpose in life is to be of as much service to the world as possible and earn a good living,” you will fall short of what you could achieve.
Let us explain. Having an overall purpose, as we do (we “help to make the world a more creative, collaborative and prosperous place”), can be a good starting point. It’s a starting, not ending, point.
To succeed, you need to use your skills and talents to achieve something SPECIFIC related to your overall purpose.
FROM OPRAH WINFREY TO MARTHA STEWART
Whether you observe the Dalai Lama or Warren Buffet, Oprah or Martha Stewart, they all have something in common that creates their success. They consistently follow their dreams and have an intense focus.
To create a great life, you need a definite intent, along with daily focus and persistence. Napoleon Hill cites many examples of people who had a definite chief aim, with a burning desire to achieve it:
Your chief aim may not be directly about money. Many teachers and artists may have a modest income but are happy.
However, if you want to be able to have more freedom, you need to know how to create and manifest, which includes money, and what it represents (more freedom, happiness, fun, contribution).
If you say aloud, “I want money,” or “I enjoy money,” how do you feel?
If money can create a better life, why are many of us uncomfortable claiming it and focusing on it? It’s because of the negative programming we’ve received about money. As a result, we end up unconsciously focusing on not having enough.
We encourage you to become more aware of money issues, so you can have the resources you need to live a larger life and bigger dream.
Here’s an important step: just become more aware of your thoughts and feelings around money, which can lead you to getting clear.
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) also helps in clearing blocks, so you can create and focus on your definite chief aim, as Napoleon Hill advises.[contentbox width=”400″ borderwidth=”1″ borderstyle=”dotted” bordercolor=”CC2908″ dropshadow=”0″ backgroundcolor=”F5F5F5″ radius=”0″]GETTING CLEAR
So how do you get unstuck and create a more extraordinary life?
First, get clear on exactly on what you want. Make it believable and exciting.
If you are focusing on a monthly income goal, pick a number that you can believe, an amount that also gets you excited. Write down what you will do with this added income.
Next, keep focusing on your goal and post in on a dream board and dream book.[/contentbox]
Dream often, visualizing your life as if the dream has already been fulfilled. Use all your senses to ‘feel’ the result.
And finally, surround yourself with people who support your dreams and goals.
As you get clearer and focus on your definite chief aim, your vibration rises. You find opportunities (and they find you). Sometimes things come to you “out of the blue,” as you create a more and more extraordinary life.
Dream today. Focus and get that intense desire to create a better life — for yourself, for others, and for the world. It’s a win-win-win when you follow your dreams
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Let’s first tell you what it is not. Specifically the biggest key to your success has:
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As Napoleon Hill wrote, without this approach, your results will be disappointing. With this approach, you are virtually guaranteed to be on the right track.
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We can lean much about success in life and success in business from a vineyard. As Phillip explains in this short video, the vines have their own success system.[linebreak style=”22.png”]
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Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich, surveyed about 16,000 people about success.
Here’s what he found: only about 5% of people were successful, meaning they enjoyed their work, were prosperous and had an ongoing feeling of fulfillment. They were creators.
Creators don’t view themselves as victims, and act accordingly — as persons who craft their own lives.
Here are 5 key steps to create success so you can become a conscious creator:[list style=”arrowred”]
Your “why” can be a big picture, a larger vision of your life. For us, we envision creating a more caring, prosperous and collaborative world. Without a dream, how can you have your dream come true, as the song goes. Writing it down will cement it and speed up the process. Be as specific as you can when you write it down. Most people lack this fundamental part of being a creator, so this should be a top priority.
Napoleon Hill cites successful people as those who focus daily on want they want to achieve — a project, an income, a business, better health or relationships. Be sure when you “think” about the goal, you feel good. In other words, you expect it to happen, even if you don’t know how (which is often the case).
If your aim is too big, shrink it so it’s achievable. And when you think about your aim you get excited. You know it’s going to happen.
Think about this aim as often as possible.
Use your mind to seek the resources you need. If an unexpected expense came up, are you reacting or responding? Just being pro-active will often help you be ready for the unexpected as much as you can.
In short, take charge of your life. If it is to be, it’s up to me. Remember you are a creator, not a victim.
In our lives, for many years we were looking for a social network of like-minded people (a dream). Even though we sometimes felt alone in the wilderness, we followed our intent to find an uplifting group (chief aim), trusting it would somehow happen.
When a group of people turned out to not be the right fit for us, we keep on seeking (proactive). We appreciated the group, even if it wasn’t what we were looking for (learn from setbacks). And we persisted.
Now we have found a wonderful network of people, one that supports people in accomplishing their dreams and goals. This group has actually exceeded our expectations.[contentbox width=”400″ borderwidth=”1″ borderstyle=”dotted” bordercolor=”940C1E” dropshadow=”0″ backgroundcolor=”F5F5F5″ radius=”2″]
You can create success and experience conscious creation.
We outlined 5 key to-do’s in this article on becoming a creator. Here are a few don’t’s:
* don’t be average
* don’t compare yourself to others – be yourself
* don’t live our others’ dreams; follow your own
* don’t settle – you do deserve better
* don’t give up on having a greater life, ever
You are so worth it. Here’s to you, fellow creator![/contentbox]