Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.
“Success” isn’t just having lots of money. Many people with lots of money have horribly unhappy and imbalanced lives. Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.
So why won’t most people be successful? Why don’t most people evolve?
The more evolved you become, the more focused you must be on those few things which matter most. Yet, a lot of people don’t do well simply because they focus on mediocre things.
To be successful, you can’t continue being with low-frequency people for long periods of time. You can’t continue eating shit food, regardless of your spouse’s or colleague’s food choices. Your days must consistently be spent on high-quality activities.
The more successful you become - which is balancing the few essential things (spiritual, relational, financial, physical) in your life and removing everything else – the less you can justify low quality.
This isn’t about perfection. It’s definitely not about being busy all the time. Actually, the balance of true success involves “mini retirements” or regular well-earned holidays.
Yet, if your daily behaviours are consistently low quality, what do you expect your life’s output to be? Your choices must become higher quality. Your relationships must become higher quality.
Every area of your life affects every other area of your life. Hence the saying, “How you do something is how you do everything.” This is high-level thinking. It only makes sense to people who have removed everything from their lives they hate. To live this principle, your daily life can only be filled with those things you highly value.
When your days are filled with only those core essentials that mean the world to you, and you’re succeeding in those few areas, you absolutely will dominate in all areas of your life – because the only things in your life are the things you highly value.
Everything else has slowly been weeded out. You are living intentionally and congruently. You have momentum and balance. You’re being who you truly want to be, every single day.
To actually do this not only takes time, but it’s extremely hard to live in practice. Saying no to great but irrelevant opportunities is hard. Giving up bad habits is hard. Changing your belief system and expanding your vision takes courage. It’s so easy to revert back to small and mediocre thinking.
However, as you come closer to living on a daily basis with your values and ideals, amazing things start to happen. You feel happier. You’re more present with those you love. You spend your time better. You pursue bigger dreams and have bigger ambitions. You’re more resilient during challenges. You live at a higher frequency, and everything around you reflects that.
But, to repeat, “A lot of people don’t do well simply because they focus on mediocre things.” Said another way, most people are caught in the thick of thin things.
Hence, most people won’t be successful. Most people won’t have continued reading this until the end. Most people won’t evolve and progress.
But you will. You know it, and you can feel it. You’ve already begun. Everyday, you’re taking a step closer. Soon enough, you’ll fully commit to being who you know you can be. Once you pass that point of no return, nothing will stop you.
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