The Paths to Success vs Failure (7 steps on each)


Sense of direction: Having a goal or vision for your life.
Understanding: Self-awareness and intuitive (gut) knowing.
Courage: Following your own path and going against the grain.
Compassion: Listening to others and understanding their needs.
Esteem and enthusiasm: Having self-respect and believing in what you do.
Self-acceptance: Loving yourself even if you’ve made mistakes and are not perfect (no one is).
Self-confidence: Knowing that you are somebody and that you have something of value to offer.


Frustration: Which has its base in fear (=false self perspective).
Aggressiveness and pushing, which comes from;
Insecurity, which brings;
Loneliness, which brings;
Unworthiness (a sense of), which brings;
Resentment, which brings;
Emptiness and aimlessness, which causes you to feel disconnected from the flow of Life.

Success is a choice, and so is failure, and by making these small shifts in attitude and focus you can avoid being on the path that leads to nothing but unhappiness.

Refuse to let any negative feelings such as frustration make you feel powerless, small and weak, and you’re on the path of success!

Refocus and get back in alignment, and if you haven’t got a goal or vision for your life yet, then do something about it today because This Is Your Life and you’re here to enjoy it and make the most of yourself.

One day or day one. You decide.

You have ONE life. One shot at this thing called Life.

That’s all we’ve got.

Today I want to invite you to ask “What would the boldest version of me do?” and then Do It.

You will not regret it!

Choose to live a full, rich, and fulfilling life. A life of SUCCESS.

If you need a kick in the butt then maybe this post can inspire you into action:

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