Do you believe in the premise that what you think, you eventually act upon such thoughts and the
self-fulfilling prophecy comes that you ARE exactly what you think about yourself or events turn out the way you initially visualized them to be? People who are successful, visualized and acted upon, and subsequently became positive regarding the attainment of their goals while those who are unsuccessful, visualized, acted upon, and subsequently became negative as the attainment of their goals.
yes I believe if you are positive and picture ,a good outcome in your mind,you will work towards that.If you are negative and picture a bad outcome,you give up by your own choice.
What an interesting question presenting for me another question. Do I think too much about too many things and only a tad of all those are experienced? hmmmmm . . . I think (There is that word) when we focus on a destination through visualization we do seek that outcome, however the horizon is always changing therefore the journey itself is the adventure.
Keeping focus on the destination, which is an intrinsic value, is important, yet navigating the course to the horizon, which is an extrinsic value, has to occur. Many do not share that portion of visualization as a technique for goal achievement and the changes needed to stay on course. That kinda' is what will mold the person seeking the destination thus the person does change, which means something will be left behind. At task may be realization of what is risked, what is being invested seeking something greater, and importantly acceptance of those outcomes.
I seem to be wandering trying to answer the question as it is a very big question indeed.
That all depends on what is the subject of success, there are many divisions of success, is it in education. Is it entertainment, is it in the spiritual things of God? 34 “Then the King will say to those on his right: ‘Come, you who
have been blessed by my Father, inherit the Kingdom prepared for you from the founding of the world. 35
we receive the promises , that means eternal life , rather heavenly or earthly that is success forever not limited to years of life that is not promised with sickness and old age.
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