Friday, February 17, 2012

Expect Success!

{Originally posted on my blog,}

February is International Expect Success Month! I'm sure you've heard that success is a journey, not a destination, and it's the attitude you have on the path. With that said, make sure you enjoy the process. When you expect to succeed and see the journey as fun, you're more likely to get there. I'm a firm believer in the saying, "You get what you expect."

So, how do you learn to expect success?

  • Recognize the small successes that occur in the process. Did you make a call to a prospect? Start researching your business idea? Begin outlining your ebook? Although it may be small, it's still a success because you took action toward achieving a goal!
  • Smile. The simple act of smiling enhances your well-being, which improves your outlook, and that gets you ready for all the fabulous things you're expecting to happen.
  • Keep your success attitude in your body. This means standing up straight, lifting up your chin, keeping your shoulders back and feet placed firmly. You should feel the energy of personal success in every fiber of your being. 
  • Form a compelling success image in your head. After you begin expecting success, see it. Imagine it vibrantly, exactly how you want it to be -- where are you, what are you doing, how does it feel? By making your success look and feel as real as possible in your mind, you make your expectation stronger, and as a result, take even bigger actions. 
  • Create affirmations and intentions. It's important that you constantly tell yourself what you plan to do and intend to create.
  • Feel it. As mentioned above, not only do you need to see success in your mind, you also need to feel it. Get excited, and make yourself sense how it will feel to accomplish and realize your goals and dreams. 
  • Be bold. Start doing the things you know you'll do when you become more successful. That's how you'll create the success you desire in your life.

Remember: You won't be more successful than you expect to be. So, always expect success!

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