Friday, September 16, 2011
You can achieve whatever you choose to achieve. The process begins when you truly make the decision and commitment to do it.
The tools are there, and the resources and energy are available. Your main job is to provide the what and the why, the vision and the reason.
Although no significant achievement is easy, whatever you envision is absolutely possible. You owe it to that vision, to yourself and to all of life to transform the possibility into reality.
As each day passes, you must spend your time, your energy and your efforts on one thing or another. Choose then, to invest yourself in something that truly matters.
You are equipped and inclined and eager to achieve, so focus on a goal that has real meaning, and follow it. Remember that your desire to attain the goal is also a desire to go through the enriching, fulfilling process of reaching that goal.
Achievement is what you do best, so take the opportunity to do it. Fill your days with achievement, and give yourself the meaning and fulfillment you desire and deserve.
— Ralph Marston