Absolute Belief Is The Key To Achievement

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My guess is that you’ve already made up your mind. “This guy probably read a motivational quote on social media and now he’s telling us that nothing is impossible. Yeah right. “I think the world has no shortage of motivational articles, books, videos, or Facebook posts. You don’t need a bigger dose of motivation. You know why? That type of motivation is not practical. It doesn’t do anything. Because it doesn’t serve a purpose. It’s the same as drinking Red Bull. It quickly dissipates. When it comes to belief, on the other hand, it is a powerful tool. Many people also fail to take advantage of it. The problem is that most of us lack the faith necessary to take action. And when I speak of faith, I do so from a standpoint of application. I’m not referring to faith or hope. I don’t think you can just “hope” for the best and then sit back and watch the good things come your way.

You can’t live by relying on hope. I prefer to look at facts and make conclusions like a pragmatist. Even if you don’t think so, you’ve got a lot of stuff floating around in your head because you believe it.

“It’s a bummer, life is.”

“I’m terrible at what I do.”

“I’ll never be able to land the perfect job.”

“No one cares about me,” one person lamented.

In other words, “I’ll never be successful.”

See? All of this exists because you hold those beliefs. Pragmatism’s most famous exponent, William James, said it best: I believe that “belief helps create reality. “Belief is a useful tool for influencing the course of events. Have you ever thought about the fact that you control your own beliefs? Even the media isn’t safe. You make your own conclusions based on what you see and hear. That’s why people believe in something before they know what it is. Life is not an R. Kelly song, don’t you think? No matter how much you wish it, you will never be able to fly. A pragmatist never fails to keep things in perspective. If you don’t put in the time and effort, you’ll never rise to the level of a respected leader. If you don’t do something, nothing will ever change. It’s not about that, though. You already know this. There can be no result if no action is taken. Do you believe that you are capable of living the life of your dreams? That’s all there is to it. But it’s something you must believe in order to do. When you say you believe something, it’s one thing to say you do. What it’s like to actually believe is a completely different matter. As an example, I’d like to share my own story. For the majority of my life, I was afraid to leave my house. The school was the beginning of it all. People have informed me of the following: To be accepted into a university, you need good grades. Without a good degree, you won’t be employed and you’ll end up as a homeless bum who dies alone. My 17-year-old brain went into full panic mode after hearing that. That ridiculous story began to sink in for me. The last thing anyone wants to do is become a squatter and die alone. That’s a metaphor for not believing in yourself. Because somehow, that’s always the alternative. If you do something that’s uncommon, or maybe a little risky, the common argument is that you become homeless.

I meet a lot of people who say they’ve made important life decisions based on fear.

• Do you hate your job, but are you afraid to look for something else because you might lose your house?

• Do you want to leave your spouse, but are you afraid you’ll die alone?

• Do you study yourself to death because you’re afraid of what your parents will say when you quit?

• Do you never expose your work to the world because you’re afraid people will throw rocks at you because you suck?

• Will that really happen? Or is that just your mind acting up? Probably the latter.

I always wanted to become a writer. Back in school, I wrote poems for my girlfriend. It was kind of pathetic, but hey, she enjoyed my weird poems. But all jokes aside, I loved to read and enjoyed putting my thoughts on paper. But no, every adult in my life was trying to scare me to death. “You can’t make a living as a writer.” They were probably right. It’s not easy to make a living by writing. So, what? Everything that’s worth it is hard. I didn’t realise that back then. So, I gave up my goal. I decided to pick the safe road and pursue a degree in business. I don’t regret that decision because I’ve learned many useful things. But the whole experience turned me into a fearful creature. Because after that whole scare-fest in school, I eventually stopped believing in myself. I stopped writing and reading. And that’s a pure waste of time that I could’ve used for practising my skills. You can achieve anything (as long as you believe in it). What’s something you once believed in but stopped believing because of fear? I think we’ve all been there. If you’re not careful, you’ll always stay there.
For, it wasn’t until two or three years ago that I figured out belief is an instrument that can help you to achieve your goals. Somehow, I started reading about pragmatism (which is a way of thinking). And it completely changed my own way of thinking. I realised that not believing in yourself is useless. So, I decided to believe that I could live the life I wanted.

Granted, I’m not fully paying the bills by writing yet. I run a business and do consult. But I do make some money with my blog. And that’s pretty good to know for the seventeen-year-old version of me. Believing in yourself is very simple. You can do it too. Just understand that belief is an instrument. That idea is not new or anything. It’s been around for hundreds of years. People just have different names for it. I don’t care what you call it. But guess what happened since I’ve been using belief as an instrument? Most things I believed are facts now. And the other stuff I believe will one day become a fact.

How am I so certain? Because my mind can conceive it. And if your mind can conceive it, you can achieve it.

That’s not a motivational quote. That’s a fact. Do you believe it?

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