As I’ve said before, success is not the result of good fortune or luck, success is a direct product of someone following the laws of success.
This brief article provides you with one of those laws, I call it the “say it, see it, be it” law.
The “Say It, See It, Be It” Law:
1. Say It
They say you have to “say it, say it, say it…til you see it, see it, see it.” You have to say where you’re going before you get there. You don’t have to tell everybody your dreams, but you should at least tell yourself. You need to convince “you,” that your dreams can come true.
2. See It
I like to say, you got to “see it…if you gone be it.” Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind once said, it’s a terrible thing to be able to see, and yet have no vision. Do you have a vision of your future, can you see it clearly – and more importantly, can you see all of the steps that you must take to get you from where you are, to where you want to be. You have to think all the way through to the end, many a persons have failed, because they were blinded by the glory of the finish line, all they saw was the finish line, you need to see the entire marathon, every step.
3. Be It
Plato said, to be, is to do. “Be it” means getting into action. Not only do you have to “see it, if you gone be it”, check this out, “you have to be it, before you can ever see it.” You’ll catch on to that one tomorrow. For now, I leave you with this: to create the dream, you have to do the extreme; you have to say it, you have to see it, you have to be it.
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