My Most Used Word on Facebook

I recently took a quiz to find out the word(s) I’ve used most often on Facebook. Could you guess which word popped up in large bold font? You guessed it, success

The result of this quiz did not surprise me because I am intentional regarding my use of the word, success. I write about success as often as I do for one simple reason. I write about success to plant in your mind that anything is possible—to encourage you to make a place for yourself in the world.

When I use the word “success,” here is what I am implying. Success means discovering and experiencing what you truly care about the most. What would it mean to you to center your life only on the activities you loved and valued? Your happiness quotient would certainly increase. You would continually attract life’s best opportunities. 

Success

The reality is, whatever you think about all the time, you attract into your life. This is something highly successful people understand and practice. Success-minded individuals do not give themselves over to a host of options from which to choose. Their entire reality is built on “I can” and “I will.”

The power of thought is vast and limitless. Your mindset—your creative energy has incredible influence over your daily experiences, and the outcomes that will define your life. Fortunately, you have the ability to control not only your thoughts but also the words you impress on your mind daily. 

The word(s) you think about and use most often will determine the value of your day. The words you use most frequently serve as a mental blueprint or picture from which you construct your reality. And there are only two realities. One takes you toward your goal and the other takes you away from your goal. 

For many people, the only thing standing in the way of success is their habit of thoughts and words. Remember, you can be and have whatever you want in life. All you have to do is think the right thoughts and speak the right words. 

 

 

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