What I have discovered in personal development is that you must have a North Star, a guiding light, something you’re really passionate about. Maybe it’s the product or service you represent, maybe you’re passionate about changing people’s lives, maybe it’s a charity; whatever it is, you must discover your passion and then pursue that.
Mine is Prosper Your Mind. A closer look at Prosper Thesaurus definition: flourish, thrive, do well, bloom, blossom, burgeon, progress, do all right for oneself, get ahead, get on (in the world), be successful; informal go places. ANTONYMS fail, flounder. I’m assisting people to do just that through the power on their mind.
The more clearly you begin to see and focus on your North Star, the more quickly you will begin to experience some of the magic the universe has to offer. Keep your eyes and mind open to expect situations and opportunities to present themselves that can help you along the way. You will actually attract people, situations, experiences, and circumstances in different and surprising combinations that may be exactly what you need to move toward your North Star.
I call this the Pull of Your North Star.
This is, quite literally, the appearance of opportunities and adversities that you bring toward yourself in direct alignment with your goals and dreams. Every goal, every dream, every destination or accomplishment brings with it the risks and rewards or the opportunities and adversities associated with it. As you steadfastly hold your North Star to your mind and depart in it’s direction, you will experience the Pull of Your North Star naturally and automatically.
Expect it as confirmation you are on your way!
Exercise: Saying to yourself “What I deserve is (YOUR GOAL)” repeatedly throughout the day will be helpful in revealing the direction you would like your life to be heading. Listen to the answers that come up and write them down.Personal development is our business and our life.
http://www.prosperyourmind.com http://blog.prosperyourmind.com In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.