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6 Traits You Need To Be A Motivated Person

1. Focus - your attention is in the now. Focus is the ability to draw our attention into the now and harness the power of the present moment to do something to the best of our abilities. Motivated people are able to ground themselves in the now to ignore thoughts of the past or future because they know their energy is best spent on what’s in front of them right now.

2. Goals - a goal without a date is just a fantasy. Putting timelines on our dreams is how we actually achieve them, motivated people decide what they want and aim to attain it in a defined period of time. If they don’t hit the target by the determined date they adjust their actions and set a new date - they change the goal posts, not the dream.

3. Persistence - they just keep going. Being motivated to do something means that nothing can stand in our way of achieving it. No matter how many setbacks, mistakes or hardships they endure - the motivated person keeps pushing forward in the face of adversity because they know this is how they will achieve their success.

4. Time - value it. Time is the most precious asset of a motivated person because they know they will never get more of it. They use every second of their day productively by removing distractions such as negative people, television and habits that don’t serve them - because they waste time. The more time we invest in our dreams - the more likely we are to succeed.

5. Not giving a f*ck - the only opinion that matters is your own. Motivated people are driven to succeed and this drive allows them to ignore what others say and think about them. This removes much of the distractions of the outside world and allows them to focus on the task at hand with 100% of their attention.

6. Belief - you know you have the power. Believing in ourselves is necessary to complete any task, motivated people know this and believe they can accomplish the goals they’ve set for themselves. They believe in themselves so much that when they hit obstacles in the road they look for what they can learn rather than complaining about how hard the journey is.

Invest your time in your dreams and you will succeed.

Peace & positive vibes.

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Top 6 Myths About Success

1. It happens overnight - it takes 10 years to become an overnight success. The truth about success is that it requires dedication & consistency - there’s no such thing as an overnight success, people use this as phrase to downplay the success of others.

2. It’s all luck - the harder you work, the luckier you get. Those who aren’t willing to put in the work or sacrifice some of their comforts will discount the success of others and say “they just got lucky”. They do this because excuses sound best to those who are making them.

3. You have to be related to someone successful - a poor excuse. Success is not passed down from family members, indeed - money can be - but an individual’s own success is created by them and no one else. 

4. It might not work out - persistence is key. Many give up on their journey to success because they think it’s not “working out” for them - this is because it can be discouraging to run into obstacles. If one way doesn’t work out there are always other options to try - this is why being persistent is key.

5. You have to be “realistic” - this imposes limitations on what we can achieve. Being “realistic” is another way of imposing limitations on what we aspire to achieve, if someone says “be realistic, you can’t be the best” this is a reflection of what they think they can achieve. Shoot for the moon, even if you miss - you’ll land among the stars.

6. If you fail, stop - there is no failure, you either win or you learn. A lot of people give up on their dreams because they run into a single failure and interpret that as a sign to stop. Failures are an essential part of the journey, it’s important to keep in mind that each failure holds a valuable lesson we can carry forward to help create success in the future.

Your success is determined by YOU, no one else.

Peace & positive vibes.

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Knowing This Will Help You Create Success

There has been no better time in the history of humanity for us to chase our dreams. The technology we have access to, the information at the tips of our fingers and the lack of severe overt oppression such as slavery means that all of us can achieve whatever we want.

20 years ago there was no SoundCloud or YouTube and people making music in their bedrooms would have no chance of getting discovered by record labels - all of that has changed. There are no more gatekeepers to success, the advent of modern technology has put the power in our hands.

We need to encourage each other to chase our dreams, find success buddies and team up to achieve our goals. Of course, there will be haters along the way who want to stop others from trying because they’ve already given up, but they’re a necessary part of all of our journeys.

There’s no need to just settle for a job, relationship or life we hate - we can create a future we’re proud to live in - the power lies within us, all we have to do is claim it. Let’s take back our power from the TV, school system, the news, friends, family or parents by looking within and asking ourselves the question “what do I want the rest of my life to look like?”

Let’s take responsibility for where we are right now by understanding that we are where we are because of the decisions we have made. Indeed, others may have influenced us, but ultimately we are the ones who chose to act. Now we can make the decision to act in a way that serves our highest good.

There’s nothing holding us back from our success except ourselves, “they” know this and try to distract us from looking within with everything society has to offer - drugs, TV, food etc - prioritising our success above all else will ensure we achieve it.

There’s no time like the present, so go for it.

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She built a $1.7 million beauty business while home-schooling her 14 children
Her Shea Terra Organics skin-care company has given her a way to work from home — and share cultures of the world with her children.

“I was fascinated by that, and I wanted one day to create jobs for these people,” she said. “I was very conscious of human suffering.”

“These women who hung around the mosque had natural beauty and skin they would take care of with these different natural ingredients,” she said. Some would cover their body with a blanket and “smoke” their skin with woods from Africa.

“I saw all these different natural regimens and said all these things could make a really good business if I introduced them to the American population,” Umbel said. “I could bring some very needed income into the [African] villages.” She started Shea Terra in 2000 in the basement of her Arlington home. At first, she cooked up some shea butter. Then some cream. She taught herself how to make soap.

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