You Are What You Are, but You Can Improve
edited: Monday, November 13, 2006
By Loretta Scott
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
Posted: Monday, November 13, 2006
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7 Tips to Becoming Successful...
How many times have heard the cliche, Oh, I wish I woulda, coulda done that. Yes, I know, many of of us have heard the old term mentioned again and again with regrets from the past that keeps us glued to our seats.
The bottom-line is, you don't have to live in the past, but you can certainly get off to a new start towards the future.
It is not uncommon to look back, and see what the "ifs" of life would have taken you, if you would have chosen another path. "But in its on right, you are where you are because, that is where you ought to be." Stop trying to live yesterday, for yesterday is gone, forever not to be revisit but in memory only. Start now, to rejuvenate your mind on how the now can help you become successful. Start channeling those positive energies into self, and captivate the true pure essence you really are. The now starts with you, and you are what you are, but you can always improve. In my walk to become successful, I had to let go of the negative baggage that held me a prisoner to myself. Can you relate, have you been there before?
Today marks a new era, a new beginning to get equipped with your inner self to blossom so that others can see the true beauty you really possess. These 7 tips will help you move towards success that is rightfully yours.
1. Learn to love you...
2. Reach beyond your expectations...show compassion towards others...
3. Believe in yourself first...
4. Learn to meditate, and give your self time to relax...
5. Rely on your higher power to guide you...
6. Eat healthy and exercise regularly...
7. Trust yourself and if you think/feel you can do it , just DO IT!!
In closing, you decide your destiny, despite the obstacles that may come, but it is your determination to change you far outweighs you to change the negative attitudes of others.
Be good to yourself and others, and know despite how you were born, what you look like, or what flaws you feel you may have, remember true beauty lies within.