|04-17-2008, 11:26 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2008
4 Top Secrets Of Achieving Any Dream
Hi Rufus, it’s not really easy turning your dream into reality.
Please what is the sure-way to bring my dreams into the physical evidence?
Now let me ask you some crucial questions.
Have you see the vision of your dream?
Have you set your goals and plans towards achieving your dream?
Have you started taking the available but necessary actions towards your dream?
Yes I have begun, said again with shy confidence.
Then why have you not achieve your dream?
That is the problem; I think there is something I still must know.
There are some secrets you must bind to your heart if you truly want to reach the finishing line,
which is turning your dream into reality.
Please show them to me.
Motivation: When there is no Will, there can’t be a way out. Motivation is the key to
unlock your dream to come out. Your spirit must always be ready. Your hopeand faith
must be protected. This is the power that comes from within and always tells you YOUR
DREAM IS ACHIEVABLE.
Discipline: Zig Ziglar said, ‘Success is in the glands…the sweat glands’. Without ‘grinding your teeth’
and taking some few ‘bullets’ you just can’t achieve something important (Your Dream).
Effort: Always say to yourself, ‘Good is never enough,’ ‘I will never settle for nothing less,’
and ‘the best is always yet to come’. This is what effort is all about. You must always
recognize you can do more and try to do more. It’s the hidden secret of all great achievers.
Commitment: If a man cannot cry well, he also cannot laugh well.
You think success is easy?
You think your just dream plus action is equal to success?
You better think twice!
Success only come to those who are serious and committed to their dream
because it’s an expensive ‘ornament’ that cannot be toil with.
Commitment overcomes failure and causes you to achieve your
ends ‘meat’ which is success.
These are 4 secrets to achieving any dream.
Thank you Success Teacher.
To your success!
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|04-21-2008, 01:30 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2008
Hi Madof, i like your question . anyway, you gain motivavtion by developing a persistent spirit, creative imagination at work, more enthusiasm, and also a standing FAITH. You gain more discipline by counting up the cost. i mean pay the price without thinking about emotions. Self control vital. By making your goal your prority, it can give you more discipline. also on your effort, it very simple. Double your ACTION. Increase the rate of evrything you put in to achieve your goal by 1% 0r 2%. It will succeed
|04-21-2008, 05:17 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Pasadena, CA
Hi Rufus, I think those are great questions to ask yourself. I think too often we ask ourselves the wrong questions. Like "what's wrong with me", "why can't I do anything right" etc.
We're focusing on our limitations, instead of opportunities.
|04-21-2008, 06:41 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
What is the higher and global system you propose to do everything you said? I mean, what will be the method to develop a persistant spirit, the fuel to have creative imaginaion?
What is a standing Faith? I don't believe in faith. I control my life.
I want emotions.
You make your goal, which goal, and where does it come from? I hope not from my boss
Again, what is the fuel, to double actions this time...
I think either I miss the point, or it is very not developped enough.
Ever heard of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People?
I hope you don't see me rude, I just like when it's clear
|04-23-2008, 05:20 AM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2008
uI'll try to make it as clear as I can, and use my own experience as an example.
First off, what are your dreams anyway and how much effort do you put into making them a reality? Do you constantly think about them? Do you make compromises and sacrifices for them? What lengths would you be willing to go to for your dream to become a reality?
My dream since I was like 8 years old was always to buy myself a car (import, Japanese is my style ) and build it myself into something much more. I've been working for it since I was 12 years old, saving damn near every penny I've earned. I'm 17 years old now, wearing a lot of the clothes I had when I was 13, and working much harder. Hell I work 6 days a week, full time hours, and I'm going to high school while also working towards my dream of building that fast car. So when I was 16, I had managed to save up $3,000, and I bought myself a 1993 Honda Civic sedan last summer. Since then, just about EVERY penny I've made has gone into parts I've swapped out the engine, transmission, ECM, upgraded suspension, high traction tires, performance parts, etc. it's not a lot yet but I'm getting there and YES this is a real dream of mine, not just another Honda Civic with a fart cannon and rediculous shopping cart spoiler on the back of it , nitrous oxide is on the way and I'm planning on grabbing a Nissan 240sx or Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX AWD turbo for another project .
The point is, THAT's something I've wanted for over 5 years now and I've sacrificed plenty for it and worked hard, invested over $4,000 into it (a lot for my age and income), earned my way all the way even tho I come from a very poor family, dad walked out, my mom's raising me and my bro by herself, etc but that didn't stop me one bit. I've stayed up all night fixing the car when something breaks down, and still managed to keep grades up and do fine at work, not to mention I don't have a lot of free time. But it all pays off when I get to play with my toy.
I work with all my dreams and goals, another of them happens to be I want to go to a technical school for auto body work/paint and mechanics. So I keep my grades up, sacrifice even more of my time, but for now I've got my project car to keep me going, with turbo kits and nitrous oxide systems and nice timeslips motivating me on that, along with my goal of becoming a mechanic or painter motivating me to get the grades I need in school to succeed.
That said, I think you should ask yourself just how bad you really want your dreams to come true. Examples help me to clear things up, so I hope this helped you out!
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