To achieve and have it not be by mistake or coincidence, you must execute on your plan.
How does one achieve? It starts with you. If you don't believe in you, who will?
You must be your own biggest fan and harshest critic.
If your confidence waivers, or you're unsure of your ability, your likelihood of success goes down. Start by do things you know you can do, then build your confidence on the bedrock of your proven successes.
Success begets success.
Success begets confidence.
Confidence begets success.
Know you will succeed before you start. If in fact you don't get the results you wanted, that doesn't mean you failed. It means you learned something valuable—provided you assess your activities and correct your approach on the next go around.
It all starts with you and how you approach responsibility.
Plan, act, react, assess, and begin again.
Plan to succeed, and you will build a confidence that comes from positive outcomes.
Now, go be the star of your own show.
Stanley C. Middleman
Freedom Mortgage Corporation