Susan Boyle Sings Success
Susan Boyle can teach us all a lesson about how to achieve success. Defined as "the favorable or prosperous termination of attempts or endeavors," true success remains elusive for most people regardless of profession. As a global "overnight sensation," Boyle oozed courage, patience, and determination in pursuing her personal goal. The truth is that most of us are just too busy being comfortable with where we are to take the risks necessary to be successful.
Never underestimate the power of a positive mindset. The only thing you have control of in your life is your perception. Luckily for Susan Boyle, this is the force that can move mountains. Instill within yourself a positive mindset and you’ve instilled the energy of success. This energy will forever attract its twin. In other words, the energy of success attracts the manifestation of success in actual life. A positive mindset incorporates strong self-belief, drive, and determination.
To be successful you must develop your mission statement and break it down into smaller components. It is important to set small goals every day. In this, you are creating the step-by-step process to achieving your greater goals. Once successful patterns are established in your life, everything becomes possible.
When creating a goal-setting routine, set primary objectives in one or two areas to begin. As you start realizing small successes, add more objectives. Take a separate piece of paper for every objective. Clearly write the objective and the deadline for achieving your goal. Next, list the reasons you have for achieving each objective. Many people fail to achieve success simply because they lack clear reasons for doing so.
Susan Boyle made it her mission to enter and win a singing competition. She carefully planned the daily set of actions that would help her accomplish this mission. Boyle did all this as a tribute to her late mother. The more compelling your reasons are, the greater your chances will be for meeting your objectives. Conversely, if you can't come up with good reasons to do something, you may as well set another objective, as this one won't be achieved.Continued on the next page