Thursday, March 15, 2007

What is Success?

One of my readers is sending me wonderful synopses of her reading material.
I am sending this on as I believe it may spark your interest and Wayne Dyer and I are similar in philosophy and outlook.

So here are my questions for you:
What is success for you?
How do you personally define it?
If you could let go of what society, your parents or teachers have taught you, how do you want your life to be successful?

When we devote our self to our true values, we are in alignment, focused and give and receive support for our desired outcome.
So much of our life energy is wasted on following another's ideas or dreams for success.
We often lose our way and become entranced with setting faulty goals, experiencing failed or unfulfilled dreams,
searching endless for what will make us happy.
Seeking what we truly want always yields finding what we are devoted to.
When we have split focus, we yield spit or ambiguous results.
Life is really about exploring and experimenting until we discover who we are, why we are here and what we really want to experience.
It is very helpful, effective and rewarding to listen within to the Truth therein.

What are you willing to give or do, receive or undo to fully actualize whole life success?
This is a major part of my coaching. to assist people in giving up delay, distractions and detours, to clarify what is truly their part to play in the greater whole and to live in integrity with their inner truth. Ask yourself what is in the way of your success.
Be willing to tell yourself the truth, forgive yourself for your mistakes
and simply choose again to do whatever you can to support your whole life success.

Loving you,
Betty Lue

Dr. Wayne Dyer, Everyday Wisdom for Success

Every single person who's drifted in and out of your life is a part of your Divinely chosen experience.
So, give thanks for all of these people, and take serious note of what they brought you.

Commit to thinking about what you want, rather than how impossible or difficult a dream may seem.

In any challenging situation, ask yourself this:
Am I part of the problem or part of the solution?

When you know rather than doubt, you'll discover the necessary ability to carry out your purpose.

Choose to be in close proximity to people who are empowering, who see the greatness in you, who feel connected to God,
and who live a life that gives evidence that Spirit has found celebration through them.

If there's a pattern of seeing others as failures, you need to notice this pattern as evidence of what you're attracting into your life.

You can't expect to draw people into your life who are kind, confident, and generous
if you're thinking and acting in cruel, weak, and selfish ways. You must put forth what you want to attract.

Be consistently aware of the need to serve God and serve others in any and all of your actions.

Be aware that anything that immobilizes you, gets in your way, or keeps you from your goals is all yours. You can throw it away anytime you choose.

If you find yourself being treated in a way you resent or that turns you into a victim, ask yourself this question: "What have I done to teach this person that this behavior is something I'm willing to tolerate?"

Don't allow the approval and attention of others to destroy you. Remain humble and grateful for all of your accomplishments, and know that a force greater than your ego is always at work in your life.

Make an internal commitment to respect yourself and feel worthy of all the Universe has to offer.