The decision to persist is paramount if you are to succeed at anything at all.
The decision to persist is empasised by my friend and Mr Ken Klem at the 30 day mental cleanse forum.
The Life of a Farmer, Part 5
8. (Decision). There is an optimal time for planting each seed, or transplanting each plant that was started indoors. Plant too soon, and a late frost may kill the plants; plant too late, and the crops may not mature in time for harvest.
There are optimal times for harvest as well. Broccoli must be picked when the flowers are open fully, but before they go to seed. (A few may be let go to seed for future planting.)
When the timing is right, the farmer must take IMMEDIATE ACTION. Procrastination is costly. Indecision is a symptom of the poison of FEAR – fear of criticism, especially self-criticism. ACTION is the only antidote.
9. (Persistence). A sure way a farmer may kill his career is to quit at the first sign of trouble. A failed crop, a bad season, a series of bad seasons - all are good reasons to quit. If none of these occur, then the farmer bent on quitting will find other reasons – or MANIFEST them himself through the Law of Attraction.
There are folks who faithfully meditate each morning and repeat their affirmations each evening, but allow their minds to wallow in negative puke all day long. They reap what they think about MOST of the time. Every morning I write entries in my Gratitude Journal.
The last thing I do before sleep every night is hold my Gratitude Rock and say “Thank You” aloud for the thing I was most grateful for that day. Sometimes it’s tough to pick my favorite, and I must spew a litany of “Thank You’s”. I have thus developed an Attitude and Habit of Gratitude, and notice things to be grateful for almost every moment of each day.
Repeated, diligent daily action over a few weeks grows the hard-wired neural pathways of HABIT, which lead to CHARACTER, which determines DESTINY.
Your Friend and Servant,
Ken Klemm – Florida, USA
P.S. 8. Fear breeds hesitation until it becomes
crippling, while Action grows Courage.
P.S. 9. Persistent Action develops Unconscious
Competence, Indelible Courage, Irresistible Attraction,
and Unstoppable Success.
Thank you for your amazing wisdom Ken Klem. If you want to join us on the 30 day mental cleanse please enter your details in the free ebook link and I will plug you in.