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Friday, August 10, 2012

Are you on a Detour or on a Dead-end Street?

When something does not turn out the way you wanted it to, the way you had hoped for or aspired to, and hence the process you were undertaking in order to reach a specific goal appears to be a failure, is the message you send yourself one that acknowledges that you merely find yourself on a detour and are still heading towards that goal, or is it one that determines that this failure is a dead-end street?

Your messages to yourself, your estimation of matters as you progress through life, and all the decisions you take with regards to that, will determine whether you fail, or whether you ultimately achieve the success you are looking for.

What messages are you giving yourself today? Are you merely on a detour or is it a dead-end street? Zig Ziglar said: failure is a detour, not a dead-end street.

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