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PostSubject: REALIZING YOUR POTENTIALS   Wed Apr 02, 2008 3:02 am

Realizing Your Potential
By Brian Tracy

One of the most wonderful and exciting facts about your life is that you already know a lot of the things you need to know to become the person you want to be. You have your “heart's desire” deep inside of you. There's something that you were put on this earth uniquely to accomplish. There's something that you, and only you, can do. And when you find your heart's desire, you'll have the key to unlocking your potential in every other part of your life. You'll have the key to happiness, satisfaction, fulfillment and the joy that's your natural birthright.

You can unlock your inner potential only when you're doing something that you really love to do. You can fulfill your innermost aspirations only when you're doing something that interests you, something that holds your attention, something in which you can become completely absorbed.

And this is the key to unlocking the giant within. You must dream big dreams and do what you love to do. You must decide what's right for you, what will make you happiest, before you decide what's possible. You must set ideal standards and goals and results as your aim and then determine how to accomplish them.

In his book The Act of Will, Roberto Assagioli, the Italian psychiatrist, said that the starting point of great individual achievement is the definition, by yourself, of the ideal result that you wish to accomplish.

Take some time to determine your ideal lifestyle. Take some time to determine the kind of person you'd like to be, and the kind of person you'd have to become in order to live the kind of life that you'd like to live. Remember, you can't accomplish it on the outside until you become it on the inside.

I recently read a beautiful line in a book: “In order to achieve things you've never achieved before, you must be willing to do things you've never done before.”

To unlock your inner potential, you must set very clear, challenging and, yet, realistic goals and then make plans to accomplish them. You need to work, step-by-step, every day, in the direction of your dominant aspirations. You need to develop an unshakable level of self-confidence that makes you virtually unstoppable.

Momentum is the key to long-term success. The momentum theory of success simply says that while it may take 10 units of energy to get you moving in a particular direction, it takes only one unit of energy to keep you moving once you're in motion. You have the principle of momentum working in your favor.

For example, if you've come back from a vacation of a week or two weeks, you'll notice that it takes you several days to start working at peak efficiency again. This is part of the momentum principle. When you stop, it's hard to get started again. But once you're moving forward, it's easy to continue moving forward.

How do you use the momentum principle in your life? Well, it's simple. You decide upon one key quality that you need to develop in order to accomplish one key goal that you want to accomplish. Then every single day, you work simultaneously on developing that quality and on taking steps toward the accomplishment of that goal. Once you put the ball into play, you keep the game going, every single day, without stopping.

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