It’s so easy to quit when results are either slow to manifest or there’s no results at all. Fear and doubt set in followed by the all too familiar chants from our inner critic committee…”Why even bother it’s not going to make a difference”, “Nothing seems to work out for me”, “No matter what I do nothing seems to go my way”, or “this is too hard” just to name a few.
I’m learning that the trick is to stay the course and put more faith in the process. And to cultivate a love for the process. In other words, we have to keep going and continue to take massive action to quell the voices of fear. Furthermore, we have to recommit ourselves daily to our course of action and reaffirm daily that we will persist until we succeed.
We have two keepers of records within us. One who keeps track of all of our failures, weaknesses, and shortcomings. And, another who keeps track of all of our successes, strengths, and advantages. We have to be deliberate and cognizant about whose records we want to give our attention and credence.
For any unknown venture we undertake each bearer of record can present to us overwhelming evidence to convince us of our imminent success or failure. I don’t know about you but I choose to build a record of successful experience rather than succumb to fear. I choose to keep doing the things that I fear to do knowing that every action has an equal and opposite reaction and this is how things move forward.
So the next tie false evidence appears real just see it for what it is ….an opposite reaction to your actions and trust in the process and know that you’re moving forward. Bottom line, don’t quit at the first signs of adversity or small beginnings. That’s the time to move full steam ahead with massive action so that you can add to your record of successful experiences.
I choose to build a record of successful experiences.