Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Allowing Success

"Most people have a hard time delegating, or even wanting to delegate, because you have been justifying your existence through your hard work, and you equate success with struggle; you equate results with struggle. And so, you sort of wear your struggle like a badge of honor. And all of that is opposite of allowing the Well-being.

The only thing that ever matters in success or achievement is your achieving the things that you want to achieve. So if you are setting standards and you’re feeling uncomfortable about the standards that you’ve set, tweak the standards back a little bit. Ratchet it back a notch. Give yourself a break. Give yourself the benefit of the doubt. Lighten up. Be easier. Go slower. Take it easy. Have more fun. Love yourself more. Laugh more. Appreciate more.

All is well. You can’t get it wrong. You never get it done."

Abraham

3 comments:

Alexys Fairfield said...

Bon Ami,
That's great advice.

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Have fun.

Francisca said...

That is beautiful!! That really hit me like a bombshell.

Thanks for leaving me a comment on my blog!

Take care, Francisca.

Max Laing, D. MP said...

You wrote "My hope is that along my spiritual path, which I will be sharing here, that I will find like minded individuals whom I can lend support to and from whom I can gain support in return."

Well - my name is Max Laing and I own Allowing Success (http://allowingsuccess.com). I would think that we are about as 'like minded' as we can be (grin).

Sincerely and without hesitation,

Max