Belief Work Faith

When it comes to life, this quote summed it up for me:

“Fight like you’re the third monkey trying to get on Noah’s ark.”

I thought this to be so profound. What the hell else do you have to lose? Too many times I hear people say it’s too hard I cannot do it, whatever the thing is they’re trying to do.

I can’t.

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Get that out of your brain NOW! Going through this life, we must retrain our thoughts to believe. Forget about the HOW. The how will come with belief, work, and faith.

Our new mantra: Belief – Work – Faith

What I mean by work is that we must get off our butts and be productive. Do NOT confuse activity with productivity. Work at training yourself, taking steps every day that are positive towards your outcome. Don’t sit on your ass and simply do nothing.

Success in life requires progress, work!

Work is not about a job; work is the activity required to move life forward.

My challenge to you right now:

Take one step forward, do some work to change your life trajectory right now.

Go you got this!

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Believe with Unwavering Faith

Believe!

 If you don’t have belief in what you’re doing, then stagnation is the result you will achieve. We all must believe in our hearts that which we seek. Peace, prosperity, oneness, or any number of desires your heart has.

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Learning to retrain our brain to see the outcome of our belief. Believe that what you desire is already apart of your life experience. Be grateful that you have it! Don’t worry about how to focus on the end game result. See in your mind’s eye that which you want. Be grateful for the wisdom, knowledge and open doors that are yet to come. Don’t let “I don’t have this or that; this will never work” attitude. Get the HOW out of your head. Doors will open in good time when we believe in what we do, work diligently daily towards that outcome of success.

Belief takes unwavering faith!

Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.”—Martin Luther King Jr.

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