Sunday, October 9, 2011

You Must Not Waste Your Time On Meaningless Tasks

Yes I admit it takes discipline for you to succeed.

And the word "discipline" is a word you might avoid because it could mean "work" for you.

It's easier to loaf around than to put your back into it, than for you to pay the price.

That's why most people meet up come weekend time and complain about their life's challenges in between beer sips.

Instead of coming up with practical solutions and empowering perceptions, in the attempt of coming out of the meeting drunk with ideas that will make your life better.

Life is easier when you contribute to its progression.

But when you hold back your skills, abilities, and experience, life seems to throw things - in the form of hurtful experiences - at you as if instructing you to "stop being greedy and start sharing your abundance with others, doing what you love!"

And I believe that is the only REAL success you can ever achieve for yourself:

Spending your days doing what you love.

But I digress.


What I wanted to point out to you is how discipline is a universal thing, you might not see it about you are already disciplined.

You are disciplined in taking a bath, in eating, even disciplined enough to be wearing comfortable fitting clothes.

You are disciplined enough to, God bless you, even be reading this blog.

You are disciplined in making sure you stop when the traffic lights are red, and to proceed when they are green.

You are even disciplined is structuring words in such a way that you can be heard and understood by someone else.

You are disciplined in a lot of things, which at first took some time for you to learn.

Give yourself that learning curve probation period when it comes to your success.

You must remember that success is not the achievement but the continuous progression towards it.

"Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal." - Earl Nightingale, author of The Strangest Secret.

Use your willpower to discipline yourself into becoming a successful individual, a Champion, one daily discipline at a time.

Yours in discipline,

Musa

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