For some strange reason, I am thinking about nouns—names of places, persons, things—and verbs—action words.
Success is a noun, the name of something. It is the place where those of us in
Start Over Success want to land.
Start is a verb, an action. Start is the action we intend to take to reach success.
Over is used to link start to success. It is the bridge between start and success.
Often when thinking about success, we think of it has a verb, an action. There is all this talk about what actions lead to success, a place.
Taking action, knowing which actions, to take is important.
Which actions are determined by what you mean by success.
Until now, we have defined success as a certain amount of money, or kind of house/car, or status.
In this New Normal we are forming, is this how we want to recognize success?
In our New Normal will money and possessions still be the dominate factors when deciding
if we have arrived at this place called success?
Picturing this place we call success is not the simplest of actions to do. Picturing or imaging has to be done.
Picturing and imaging is one of the major steps in bringing forth or creating.
My picture of success is one of flow.
I picture success as a flow of ideas and actions between the Cosmos and persons, between persons within communities, and between communities.
I picture this flow being shaped via receiving, giving, talk and the making of these ideas into physical form.
I picture this flow being accepted as normal; this flow is expected; it is received graciously.
Call to Action
Take time to think about your definition and your image of success.
Write this in the Foundation section of your Start Over Success Journal.
If actions come to you about how to bring forth this success, note them in the Bridge
section of your journal.
I haven’t written about this section. The Bridge sections lists all the steps we take to get
from our foundation to our New Normal, our Start Over Success.
And so it is.
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