The greatest source of failure is not a lack of talent, capital, or ideas. And it’s not politics or the lack of opportunities. The source is the bad-feeling, low-buzz, and usually habitual thoughts we have about the world and ourselves in the world.
To succeed more, we need first to catch ourselves feeling bad. This is the key; most of us don’t do this very well. We don’t need to know the exact thoughts that feel bad. Just knowing that we are focused in the wrong direction will serve is very well. Then we are free to replace whatever are our bad-feeling thoughts with higher-buzz thoughts that feel better and point us toward success again.
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