Monday, December 29, 2008
Decisive Action: The Door To Success
If you are seeking further life expression, abundance, better health, more free time or wealth and prosperity, you must act. This life success strategy of taking decisive action is used by those people who have mastered their results.When you put off taking action, you put off a better future, you put off the manifestion of new results in your life. When you procrastinate on moving forward in an empowered way, you only set yourself backwards, as the universe is always seeking further life and expression, the universe is always advancing. When you do not advance, you are not working in harmony with the Universal laws.
Decisive action, that is what is going to make the difference for you in moving from your current circumstances, environment and results, to the life and new results that you dream of.Those that do break through and take decisive actions when they are presented with the right opportunity are the ones that manifest quickly, effortlessly and joyously. They have developed a higher level of awareness, an instinct, they are intune to how the universe works, they follow their inner guidance system, they are intuned to their emotions and are confident in the direction they are going. They endeavor to live.
They carefully evaluate all opportunities and realize that success happens with opportunity meets readiness.When they have found an opportunity that matches their intentions, they act decisively, quickly and efficiently, with a sense of empowerment. They say "yes" to the universe and move confidently. There is no indecision, no hesitation. They jump at the chance to begin working on and advancing their freedom.If you are ready to change your results and endeavor to live, you must act decisively when the right opportunity shows up in your life, know that it is there because you attracted it!Memorize this incredible quote below by Thoreau, place a copy on your mirror, fridge or computer so that you look at it often.
"If a person advances confidently in the direction of their dream, and endeavors to live the life they have imagined, they will meet with success unexpected in common hours."-Thoreau