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Motivation is not difficult, because you’re already motivated to do what you do whether it’s beneficial to you or not. Even the most lazy person is motivated in their laziness. Even the greatest procrastinator is consistent when it comes to avoiding the tasks they keep putting off. Either way, we do what we do for a reason, and the strength of that reason determines the strength of our motive.
Has your imagination ever got the best of you? Mine has. Have you ever dreaded something so much that you kept yourself up at night picturing the worst? I’ve done it more times than I can count. Whether fear, worry, lust, anger, anxiety, or depression, the visual power of our mind is awesome. Here’s how to use it for good.
In my life, nothing has spelled more significant change than when fatalism began to die and determination came to life. In your own life, I can’t imagine anything greater dying in you. If you can lose the idea of fate, and embrace the reality that you have the ability to shape your future, a sense of empowerment will overtake you as if you were swallowed by an ocean wave.
There is no secret to success—there is only ignorance of the principles that govern achievement. If you don’t understand these principles, then a guru can tell you there’s a secret to success. Most of them will say it’s something like holding certain thoughts in your mind, or repeating certain mantras over and over until the wealth materializes.
“That’s why I teach a more sure word of achievement: the law of action. That means that what happens in your life is what you make happen. The law of action is about planning, preparation, and persistent follow through. It’s about relentless action that overcomes problems, roadblocks, difficulties, and setbacks”