We usually think success is a result. Whether it’s a goal, end, possession, status, or achievement, we call something a success only after we have it. And we work long and struggle hard to have it.
Real success precedes the result. It is that quietly confident state, approach, attitude, or way that leads to relatively small amounts of inspired action and plenty of results.
The work of real success is simple. It is mostly thought: a clear, compelling focus on what we want, a commitment to win-win with all who matter, and the habit of flipping our thoughts to think good-feeling thoughts. Action, when it happens, happens with ease and is a small part of the equation.
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