1. Success requires action. Before you can have, you must do. Before you can do, you must become. Write down five things you want to accomplish tomorrow. Then, each day for an additional five days, make up such a list. This is your first action step in forming the habit and attitudes of goal setting and becoming.
Your Plan of Action helps you turn theory into practice and thought into action.
2. Set your imagination free. Using imagination creatively helps you develop a constructive discontent with circumstances as they are. It is a cure for boredom. It is a prod to startle you out of the rut into which you may have fallen. Without imagination there is no poetry, there is no science – there is no civilization at all.
Imagination creates a visualized goal, and you can be no greater than your vision.
3. You have unlimited potential. Although you live in a world of abundance, before you can use it, you must first begin to see abundance within yourself. The ability to develop untapped potential is not reserved for the select few. It is not restricted to those of unusually high intelligence, exceptional talents, or extensive education.
It is well within your reach and your grasp.