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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

AYD - Feb 19, 2013 - Ride the Wave of Success

"All personal achievement starts in the mind of the individual. Your personal achievement starts in your mind.  The first step is to know exactly what your problem, goal or desire is."
- W. Clement Stone

Did you find a level of success this last weekend?  Did it find you?

My mission was to boldly go where I thought I could not.  Did I do anything spectacular?  No.  Did I do something my procrastinating mind thought there was no time for?  Yes.  Do I feel good about the achievement?  Enough to consider it a mark in the "Success" column?  Yes.  Is the success something I can build on and use it to climb to another check mark?  Yes.


Yes, I can.

This last weekend I did a little bit of everything.  Not major front page news, no.  But what was extraordinary about it was that everything I did, I did without haste or judgement and without comparing it to the list of still to do.  I did not guage my success against the backdrop of all that was still to be done.

A little quality family time.  Some focus on my son's big moments.  Some help around the house.  Some decorating with my wife.  A little decluttering of my work notes.  Some R & R.

What can I build on?  Some nagging tasks around the house are done and gone, so I can see clearly the priorities of the next few.  Not overwhelmed. Some new items are hung on the walls, reminding me of achievement, and they act as motivation to keep moving forward.  Little things like that.  Little building blocks whose value I took the time to calmly recognize and appreciate.

Every achievement is what you make it.  One small step for you...one giant leap for your drive.

And onward we go.

Good morning.
Good moving...forward.

Pierre Couturier
Husband, Daddy, Author and taking another step.

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