Make Your Move!

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Author: Greg Hickman

For more of his work check out his site Motivational & Inspirational Corner


“Visualize this thing you want. See it, feel it, believe in it. Make your mental blueprint and begin.”
Robert Collier

It’s been said that what you see is what you get in life. Never were truer words spoken. After all, in order to get anywhere truly worth going, you’ve got to first see yourself getting there.

You’ve got to picture yourself having, doing or being whatever it is you want to have, do or be before you can make it happen. That’s precisely why the ability to clearly see your goals, to see them as if they were right there in front of you, is the first step towards their attainment.

“The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.”
Henri Bergson

The most successful people have always been the select few who could clearly picture where they wanted to go and even more importantly, how they were going to get there. And we’re not talking about a fuzzy or out of focus picture, but a crystal clear image they consistently hold in their minds. These razor sharp images are so distinct, so clear, so unbelievably real that they can almost reach out and touch them.

This ‘seeing’ side of the success equation is not at all uncommon. As a matter of fact, virtually every person on earth holds mental pictures of what they want to accomplish in their minds on a daily basis. But there’s a big difference between seeing what you want and actually making it happen. And it’s that difference that makes or breaks the majority of us.

“I think there is something, more important than believing: Action! The world is full of dreamers, there aren’t enough who will move ahead and begin to take concrete steps to actualize their vision.
W. Clement Stone

There’s never going to be a shortage of daydreamers who routinely engage in fantasy and wishful thinking. Oh sure, they can clearly see the world they wish they lived in, but that’s about as far as it goes. Rather than get busy turning their dreams into something real, something tangible, their dreams remain only dreams.

On the other hand, the most successful folks you’ll ever see get busy turning these pictures into reality. While they conceive great ideas just like everyone else, they take it to the level by believing they can make them come true. And I mean really, really believing it deep down where it counts. Most importantly, they act. They do whatever it takes to make their dreams come true. conceive it, believe it and then work to achieve it. And so should you.

“The mind moves in the direction of our currently dominant thoughts.
Earl Nightingale

Long term success is not some miraculous or mystical event we stumble into, but something that occurs when we persistently act on our dreams – and act with purpose, passion and determination. As hard as it is for many to believe, success happens when we make it happen.

Instead of allowing even one more day to slip through your hands, why don’t you get busy and act on your dreams right now? Isn’t it about time that you made those magical dreams you hold within can come true. You bet it is! And yes, you can do it; it just takes the courage to act.

You need to grab those things you want to achieve in your life and embrace them with all of your might. And then throw your entire heart and soul into making them happen. A dream come true life awaits; it’s all up to you. Will you wait or hesitate as you watch your dreams fade from sight or will you make something happen right here and right now?

It’s your move – so make it.

The Bottom Line: You’ve got to conceive it, believe it, then go out and achieve it.

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