You can’t truly be considered successful in one area of your life if the other areas of your life are in shambles

Beverley Benskin

 

Success means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is the doing, not the getting; in the trying, not the triumph.
Success is a personal standard, reaching for the highest that is in us, becoming all that we can be. [Zig Ziglar]
Often when we think of successful people we have an image of a “perfect person” who has it all together, but as many of us have seen over the years in the media and also with those in our closest circles; that you can be successful in one area of your life or have an incredible talent and still have a broken life.
This is why it is so important to have balance in our lives and to not fear truth and/or change.
Being truly successful is having the ability to look at the truth in all the areas in your life; spirit, soul and body and not be afraid to make the necessary adjustments.
It is important to make an actionable plan and begin to work diligently on those areas in your life that need to be adjusted, one step at a time.
And yes, it does take hard work! And yes, it will take time. Success usually comes one failure at a time.
Don’t just look at how hard it will be or how many times you have failed in a certain area.
Focus on the outcome and determine to do your best to reach your desired goal. The key is to learn from your previous failures and keep moving.
You will need to identify your problems; but place your focus more on the solutions.
I believe that being successful means having a balance of success stories across the many areas of your life.
You can’t truly be considered successful in one area of your life if the other areas of your life are in shambles.
Take some time to think about what success would look like to you in your daily life. And remember:
God’s gift to us is our potential and our gift back to Him is what we do with our potential. [J. Maxwell]
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