Welcome to Ride the Cycle of Success! This blog is about how to achieve success through a variety of techniques and strategies. It’s about keeping your eyes on the prize, but also being realistic about what might get in your way. It’s about being prepared for anything through a combination of hard work and practicality. Finally, it’s about appreciating the journey, not just the destination.
I hope this blog helps you along your journey towards achieving great things. Good luck!
In the book, The War of Art, Steven Pressfield calls this part of the journey “The Resistance”. It’s the gap between where you are and where you want to be. In order for success to happen, it has to cross this gap.
This gap is filled with many things: fear, doubt and all kinds of excuses. These feelings can prevent us from taking action and trying new things – exactly what we need in order to succeed!
Failure is not something we should fear but rather something we should embrace as an opportunity for growth (as long as it doesn’t involve bodily harm!). It gives us a chance to learn something new or try something different so that when our next attempt at reaching our goal comes around – who knows how much closer we might be compared with if we hadn’t failed?
When you’re in the middle of a successful journey, it can be hard to remember that success is a process, not an event. It’s easy to get caught up in the moment and think about how far you’ve come and how much further you want to go. But we all know that there will always be another mountain top or valley ahead of us—and right now, this is your peak.
But don’t let yourself get too comfortable here! Take stock of where you are now: what have been your biggest accomplishments so far? What are some things that could use improvement? Write them down on paper or type them into Notepad if they’re easier for you and print out a copy (or save them as a PDF file) so that whenever those moments come up again—either tomorrow morning when your alarm goes off at 5AM or next week during lunch break—you’ll have something tangible reminding yourself where things stood before today began.
One of the biggest challenges I face is finding a balance between work and play. I’m trying to find a balance between work and my family, but it’s difficult because if you’re in business you’re always working. It’s not like when you get home from your job, you don’t talk about it. You still have things on your mind that are related to your business or other things that are going on in life.
I try to meditate every day for 30 minutes or so (which is easy because most days I’m already sitting at my computer doing stuff). The reason why I meditate is because when I’m stressed out my body tends towards being tense which makes me feel uncomfortable physically and mentally—so meditation helps me calm myself down before bed or during stressful times during the day so that when night comes around it’s easier for me to fall asleep faster than someone who doesn’t meditate regularly.”
When you’re experiencing success, it can be easy to get carried away and forget where you came from.
That’s why it’s important to stay grounded in all aspects of your life, especially when it comes to your career and business. Keep yourself connected with the lessons learned in the past by remembering these three things:
- Don’t get carried away with success
- Don’t be a perfectionist
- Don’t be too ambitious
Success is not a destination, but a journey.
Success is not a destination, but a journey. It’s not the result of some magical formula that you can execute once and be done with it. Success is an ever-present process that requires constant refining, tweaking and improving. As such, success should never be viewed as a goal achieved or finished point in time brought about by your efforts alone. Your success at any given moment is only meaningful if it leads to growth for yourself and those around you; if there isn’t any growth present then what are you doing? That’s why it’s important to adopt the mindset of being able to continually improve upon what has already been achieved when working towards future goals instead of viewing them as hurdles between where we currently stand on our journey towards greatness (which they should be viewed as).
If you want to experience the success that comes from being able to achieve your dreams and have what you want with little effort, then I invite you to join me on this journey. Click here to get started!