Seeking Successes Determines Your Success
I am the creative type. I come up with all kinds of ideas for entrepreneurial projects, but I can’t seem to stick to one thing and make it happen.
I remain in a soup of ideas and mediocrity, and nothing satisfying to show for it.
How can I channel my energy and make some of these ideas successful?
Instead of looking at what’s not finished, look at all you have accomplished in your life as an indication of what you will achieve. Success is determined only by that which has already succeeded, not by that which has not been attempted.
You are not by any means of the word, mediocre, blasé, or mush.
The sacrifices you made as a mother, what you established as a reputation in your community required a great deal of your time and effort.
Also, you have begun to catalog your genius in ways that only a few in this world can imagine.
What you’re asking of yourself, now, is how to channel your genius, so that the world knows you in this way.
Self-inquiry of this nature produces many hits and misses, fits and starts, false bottoms and disappearing summits.
Little by little as you experiment, however, you will discover what sticks and provides traction.
But you can’t look at what has failed as an indication of what will succeed.
Master your craft, master your way, do what you were born to do.
It’s not an overnight success.
It is, however, a step, step, step, step, turn, turn, step, step, turn.
You’re doing just fine. Chin-up and keep going.