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Success is a Journey, Not a Destination

The definition of #success that has stuck with all these years comes from Earl Nightingale and it goes like this, “Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal.”

It is my belief that the basics of right and wrong are embedded in us, it is in our DNA, it is our job to fight the urges to avoid doing the wrong things.

We limit the level of success in our lives based on the thinking and actions that we take as individuals. And when we look around us and believe that there is a limited supply, it leads us to think that in order for us to have something, someone else has to go without, but nothing could be further from the truth. Look at the things around us, and THINK…

I look out my windows and I see trees that take in CO2 and in turn the tree releases oxygen that I require to live. I take in oxygen and exhale CO2 which the plants require to live. It is almost as if it were design to work that way.

BUT… we have also found use for the wood that these trees provide in the form of furniture, housing and paper, and we have been conditioned by pictures of trees that have been clear cut by lumber companies and the thought that we are supposed to have is that there is not enough. But when you really think about it, it would be short sighted of a lumber company to just cut everything down leaving them nothing left to work with. And not only that but God has put in place a perfect system, where can can replant seeds and new trees grow out of the soil. It’s a renewable resource.

We have at our fingertips anything we need to bring about any desire that we have, we simply need to go to work to bring it in to reality and the only limit is the limit we put on ourselves.

TAKE ACTION on bringing about your desires today!!

As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess,

God Bless You,

John Clark

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