By Amber Lestrange, Art by Chase Jarvis
It appears that people who have created an impressive amount of success in their lives, (whether in business, relationships, health or wealth) seem to have one obvious attribute in common... PERSISTENCE.
The “I won't give up, no matter what!” attitude seems like it could the golden ticket to gaining and maintaining momentum and sturdy growth toward actualizing our desires.
After pondering on this realization, I became inspired to conjure up some undying persistence and clarity on my life goals. But where do I find persistence if I am not naturally a 'follow things through' kind of person?
Considering that a large portion, or possibly ALL, (according Law of Attraction by Esther and Jerry Hicks) of life's manifestations begin in the mind, my thoughts, attitudes and specific inner dialogue may very well be the compass guiding my life.
If this is true, isn’t it in my best interest to get behind the beast, to reign the mind in, strategically, consciously, nudging it toward my desired destiny?
If life's outcomes are born from either unconscious, untamed inner chatter OR mindful, studious observation and understanding, shouldn’t we all be trying to train and harness the mind? Perhaps those mindful meditators are onto something…?!
Again, PERSISTENCE will be needed to successfully train my mind to consciously create my reality. So what will help solidify a persistent mind?
To start off, an energetic and healthy body is the foundation of a positive and productive mindset. This can be achieved through;
Next, maintaining a positive environment is one of the most supportive aspects of acquiring and maintaining a healthy habit (physical OR mental). This can look like;
Also, inspiration and motivational tools are a great way to support the development of consistently persistent thoughts and actions towards your goals. Find strong, inspiring messages through;
Life is one big problem solving equation isn't it? But when I recognize my rightful place in it all as the master creator of my experience, I can regain some control of my own circumstances. It is from this place of responsibility that I can consciously choose thoughts that support my goals and kick me into ACTION towards my success.
Do you have any tips or tricks that help you go that extra mile? Let us know in the comments below.