Nourishing Your Intention for Success
It’s part of our human nature to want to be successful. But what exactly does this mean?
How do you know if you’re successful, on your way to success, or failing? How do you know when you’ve become successful and can start to relax and enjoy what you’ve worked so hard to accomplish?
To answer all of these questions, you have to define what being successful means to you. There is no right or wrong answer. It is different for every one of us.
In short, there’s a lot to consider and think about when it comes to success. At the same time, it’s essential that you do this thinking and define what it means to you to be successful, in all areas of your life. Don’t let this overwhelm you. You don’t have to work on everything all at once, and you don’t have to reach your long-term goals in a matter of weeks. But you do need to know where you want to be heading so you can start to make and measure progress.
You can’t set goals for yourself if you don’t know what success means.
You can start by defining your very own version of success and then set some goals and intentions for yourself based on your definition of success.
This meditation is all about exploring the idea of success and creating an intention. As you go through this session, focus on what kind of intention you would like to set to start living a more peaceful, prosperous, and abundant life.
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