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One Step At A Time



      I don't know what tomorrow holds for me, but I know I have to take it one step at a time. I woke up this morning tired and weary. I am fighting the flu yet I stayed up late last night working on my newest entrepreneurial venture. I have to get up and go to school. I have to continue to build my Smart Home startup website. I have to fiqure out what to write for this blog. Notice I kept repeating that "I have to". That is me willing myself to do. I make them my priorities. Starting a small business and still dealing with my everyday life is a major juggle. This post is for all those worrying about tomorrow. Have faith that a power higher then you will be your guide.

      All around my home are positive affirmations; hung on walls, on the shower curtains, on the side tables. It's interesting because these symbolisms where put up by my girlfriend, and she doesn't even like affirmations. She is the type that is just naturally driven and directly inspires others around her to do better. So all around me are these things that symbolize faith, desire and love. The same principles that I learned following Naploeon Hills teachings and hearing Les Browns speeches. These things make the foundation apon the beliefs I now carry. A belief that I can achieve what I put my mind too. 

      "A life well lived happens one day at a time. Focus on being your best today, and you will get where you need to be tommorow!" - Victoria Osteen
      
      I like the way that sounds "A life well lived." Life is about living not just passing  through. So many people are mere spectators. I want to be one of the people they are speculating about. You should feel the same way. Yeah, it's a long road, and no matter now fast we move we can only take it one step at a time. The success or wealth you want shouldn't be simply measured by a dollar sign. As you take steps towards completing your goals remember to humble yourself. Be appreciative of what little GOD has given you. If you can't recognize the small blessings, then you may just stroll right pass the big ones. Tell yourself figuratively "I will stop and smell the roses."

      Every day you must walk in faith and ask your creator to help you see with greater clarity. You must stay aware and be persistent. Do not be discouraged by the unknown. That brighter day may just come tomorrow.


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  1. Nice article, positive affirmations drive life and success

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