As I was finishing up a conversation last night where the topic of this blog came up, I glanced down at my phone to catch a glimpse of a really nice milestone. Less than eleven months after my very first post here, we hit 25,000 participants.
25,000 strong. When you speak from the heart, everyone who has one will buy in. It’s all I am trying to do each day that I put fingers to keystrokes and share an idea, a story, a message, and simply try to become more, and help others to do the same. The conversation I was having last night centered around this message. It takes work, a daily discipline, for me staying focused on what started all of this…in the words of philosopher Jim Rohn: “If you want things to change, you have to change, if you want things to get better, you have to get better. Work harder on yourself than you do on your job.” That’s the core of personal development.
Get better at getting better. Turn the mindset of impossible, into possible. Don’t ever think or say the word impossible again. Take it out of your vocabulary.
It’s possible. You are possible. We are possible. Your ideal scene is possible. I mean come on, start a blog? Who will care? Whose crazy idea is that?
Mine. January 9th, 2013 the blog was born 0 views, 0 participants, until I hit the publish button. Today, December 5th, 2013, more than 25,000. It’s possible, and we are only scratching the surface of what is truly possible. My ideal scene includes having the most popular blog on the web and that’s only part of my dream, it includes so much more and all of it is possible. If I believe, if I pour my life into other people, if I focus on gratitude, appreciation, love, abundance and a dedication to daily disciplines, however small, which over an extended period of time become so much more…the compound effect. You too can do the same with whatever dream, whatever ideal scene you have, not just in your mind, but on paper and then get to work making it possible. There are intentions, and then there is action.
Take action and all is possible.
Until next time, thanks for taking the time.
Mark Brodinsky, Author
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