Find what blocks your success instead of collapsing into failure

Find what is blocking your success; don't give up

Find what is blocking your success; don’t give up

When things don’t go the way that you expected them to go please take the time to ask what the lesson is that you are about to learn. Do you need to clear the blockages getting in the way of your success? Often times people do. They get in the way of their own success and working at this level provides more answers than continuing on the same path, trying the same tactics, to move forward.

When evaluating your blockages go to a deeper level by thinking of the incident that did not go as expected and feel how your body feels. If there is a part of your body that brings your attention pay attention to how that part of your body feels, while breathing deeply. If you stay present, observing that part of your body as well as focusing on deep breathing, information in the form of visions or words or thoughts will lead you to the source(s) of the blockage. If you just focus, without judgement, there will be hints of what the blockage is all about.


If at first you don’t succeed; try, try again

Try one more time

Try one more time

When things don’t work out one thing that you can say is that your tried. To try is more important than anything else. There will be a lot of things that you will not “succeed” at, but when you keep trying you are guaranteed to succeed a little bit more (or a lot more) than you would just sitting on your couch.

The comfort in sitting on your couch is that you will never have to say that you failed. On the other hand, you will also be able to say that you never really tried.

Try, try, try. Just keep trying. Something is bound to work out. The focus is more on the trying and having fun trying. Many successful men and women tried several times (sometimes several hundred times) until they succeeded. But at least they tried.

Try new things each and every day without judging the amount of “success” gained for it is more important to try than this perception of success.