WHAT YOU SEE, IS WHAT YOU GET

Posted by Preeti Raj Posted Date:04/06/2020 9:00 AM

If you believe that you can do something, you can do it.  You must believe in it one hundred percent.  Your mind always sets your limits.  What you believe yourself to be, you are.  What you believe you can be in the future, you can become.

Your self-image prescribes the limits for the accomplishment of your goals.  It prescribes the "area of the possible" for you.  Self-esteem is the strongest single factor in prosperity consciousness.

Believe you can do it.  Believe you deserve it.  Believe you will get it.  If you want to be successful, start thinking of yourself as successful.

The feelings must come first from within you.  It's all in your mind. 

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