Achievement & Seed Ideas – Positive Reflection Of The Week
Every Achievement Starts With Seed Ideas! Written by Shahwana Khanam
Have you been too busy to follow the ideas you once created in your mind? Your achievement now, was once just seed ideas in your brain, and you followed them, nurtured them, and now you see your life and the success story has not become a routine and it no longer gives you that thrill that it once did?
Well, it’s time to give some of the buried seeds life! Or are you feeling it’s too late to start all over again, you’re too old, you do not have the resources, are you making these excuses that you know are not valid, or are you too lazy to plant those seeds and see the achievements bloom?
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” Author: Keller
What is needed to get back in action? A motivation, a drive, and a feeling of that thrill! Get your seeds planted! Start planning your great future! Do not give up easily. The seeds need that attention before they can sprout!
All successful people once had a seed idea, they worked on it, they dreamed of seeing the fruits of their hard work; it all started from the mind. They had focus, constancy of aim, and effort, the will to continue and yes.. success did come. But there was a right time for the seeds to sprout, bear the leaves, & plant bloomed, so patience is also needed along with your committed dedication.
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” You can decide what you are going to think in any given situation. Your thoughts and feelings determine your actions and determine the results you get. It all starts with your thoughts. You have the power to design the seeds you want to plant and eventually harvest.
“The Pessimist Sees Difficulty In Every Opportunity. The Optimist Sees Opportunity In Every Difficulty.” – Winston Churchill
Remember you can accomplish everything the seeds will not sprout at once everything takes time, one step at a time.
“Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs.” – Henry Ford
The pile of papers on the desk keeps getting bigger. The dishes in the sink seem to be multiplying on their own. We’ve got too much to do at work and at home, and it all seems overwhelming. We toss and turn through the night, wondering how we’ll ever get it all done. But if every time we walk into a room we take care of just one piece of paper
or wash just one dish, gradually that pile of papers will get smaller, and the dishes will be cleaned, and we’ll be able to sleep again.
Instead of panicking over how much I have to do, tell yourself: I’m going to pick one thing and do it. When it’s done, I’ll pick something else and do that. So take the day as it comes … one step at a time.
“If You Are Working On Something That You Really Care About, You Don’t Have To Be Pushed. The Vision Pulls You.” – Steve Jobs
Shahwana Khanam – Pranic Healer