Friday, October 11, 2013



Believe big and you will grow big and achieve big things in your life.
Remind yourself regularly that you are better than you think you are.
How powerful is your belief system?
What is your develop plan for your self-development, growth, and achievement?
Here are a 7 things we can all do to fortify our belief system:

1. Define what success means to you. Only you can clearly define what is important in your life. What is burning inside you?

2. Work on you faith, your belief. Belief is all or nothing. Do you have the courage to do what others are not willing to do so you can have what others will never have?

3. Observe the attitudes of successful people and emulate them. Observe success and experiment with it. Who are your role models?

4. Belief triggers the power to take action, to do it. We act according to our beliefs and values. Are you fully aware how your beliefs and values are helping or hindering your success?

5. Believe, really believe you can succeed, and you will. We only get what we clearly picture. Do you have clear pictures of what you are chasing?

6. Focus on your dream, your victory and you will succeed. Do not focus on your obstacles. Are you willing to become who you need to be so you are worthy of your living your dreams?

7. Belief is the thermostat that regulates what we accomplish in life. Is your thermostat set at the right set point? The desired set point is the warm air (your dream) or the chilled air (your obstacles).

The purpose of the 7 Daily Nuggets is to teach us what we need to know to live a prosperous life; the things that we may not have learned or are not currently learning in church, school, home or at work. Let’s apply what we learn here and share these nuggets with others. We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. Be a giver in a world of takers.

Be blessed and be a blessing to others.
Carlos Fontana, President of Phalanx
Co-author of the book Follow to Lead (The 7 Principles to Being a Great Follower)
Author of the book PRICELESS (Sixty-Six Simple Stories of Reflection, Love, and Legacy)

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