Today's topic is Enjoying the Process of Success
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In today's audio, we get some great advice from Jim Rohn on enjoying the process of success.
Thought For Today:You can't change what's going on around you without first changing what's going on within you. Click To Tweet
More Links and Resources On Enjoying the Process of Success
- Tony Robbins: How To Have A Breakthrough In Any Area Of Your Life
- Les Brown On Letting Go Of Past Hurts
- Jack Ma: You Are Limitless Do Not Allow Others To Limit You
- Tony Robbins On What It Means To Live A Truly Abundant Life
- How To Overcome Self-Doubt And Fear
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Here's how to focus on and enjoy the process of success. Do you ever get so attached to something that it gets to the point where your desire to succeed becomes so overwhelming that it causes you to give up altogether? If so, you aren’t alone.
I hear this one a lot: “I have $5,000 to invest. Where should I put it? Do you have a hot tip for me?” The reality is that for most people when it comes to investing, they simply want to be told what to do rather than figure out what to do for themselves. People love a quick fix.
Success is a difficult thing to quantify. It’s a lot like the present – it’s hard for us to really understand the moment that we’re in when the lines between what’s past and what’s future are so blurred.