Give Yourself The Greatest Gift
Imagine if you could give yourself the best gift ever. A
gift that would bring success, happiness and abundance into
your life, not just temporarily, but for the rest of your
Would you be interested in having such a gift? Hmm, let me
guess! The good news is that YOU CAN. The gift I'm talking
about is personal responsibility. Let me share with you
precisely why this gift is the best you will ever receive!
When you decide to take personal responsibility for your
whole life, a remarkable series of reactions takes place.
All of these reactions increase your personal power.
Acceptance is the first, crucial reaction. You accept that
where you are right now is all your doing. No longer will
you blame anyone else for your current situation or list
excuses such as bad luck or lack of opportunity. Blame and
excuses are heavy baggage and they do not bring success.
Acceptance will help you abandon them for good.
In accepting full responsibility for your current situation,
you also accept that where you'll be in a year or 5 years is
also down to you. You chose the paths to the destination
you're at right now. Therefore, you can choose better paths
to lead you to a greater destination.
Acceptance leads to the realization that you have the power
to change your life for the better. So exercise your power:
Choose what you want to do with your life. Choose where you
want your life to take you. Choose to be the person you
truly want to be. Choose to live life the way YOU want to
live it. Spend time thinking about all of the above and
commit your ideas to paper. Don't let the whims and fears of
others guide you in this. Only YOU can be the person you
want to be.
Be in total control of what you allow your mind to be
exposed to. If you listen to people who live life craving
for security, you will take on board their fears. So be
responsible for your own education. You've found this
article so you're already taking steps to fill your mind
with positive information to help you achieve your
ambitions. Resolve to make this an ongoing process.
I was once told "if you don't take responsibility for what
enters your mind, you risk allowing others to educate you.
And they may not have your best interests at heart." Think
about this. It is so important to take responsibility for
what you allow into your mind. Eliminating negative inputs
and focusing instead on positive, life-enhancing feeds which
take you closer to your goals is vital.
Taking personal responsibility is a big step 'somewhat
frightening initially. No more crutches to lean on, no more
"I could've been something if only...", no more hand holding
from well meaning but misguided souls who fuel your fears
and stop you from taking action. From this moment on, accept
that you are the Captain of your ship. You plot the course,
you select the landmarks and ports you need to stop at en
route to the final destination: the real you who lives your
Personal responsibility means you give yourself the power to
command. Yes, it means you will make mistakes as you learn
to become the master of your destiny. But don't let fear
stop you from taking command. Seize it. Plan. Act. Learn.
Plan. Act. Learn. Refuse to be blown off course. Resolve
everyday that no matter what happens, you will handle it and
overcome it. And you will learn from experience and use it
all as stepping stones towards your destiny.
Look at it this way: the world is full of people who do the
same things week in, week out. Through no fault of their
own, they will never ever achieve their full potential
because they've been educated to conform. Why be like
everyone else when you can be the unique, inspired and
fulfilled person living life on YOUR terms instead of the
terms of the masses?
The world is crying out for your special talents. Why keep
it waiting any longer?
Until next time.
About the Author
Chris Green is the author of an amazing new
book that will show you how to conquer fear and make your
dreams happen. Welcome to your personal power revolution!
Click Here for more info =>http://www.conqueringfear.net
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