“Asking is one half of the mantra, the other half is being willing to receive.” D Trinidad Hunt
When you set your goals and develop a plan to reach them, it’s imperative that you are ready and willing to receive success with awe, humility, and the desire to help.
Why do you want to acknowledge your achievements with awe? Because when you reach a hard-fought goal, you realize how extraordinarily powerful you are. Your accomplishments are a reminder that you have the ability to mold your life into whatever form you want it to take.
Acknowledge your accomplishments with humility. Your humbleness reminds you that you did not do this alone. Express your gratitude to everyone and everything that helped you along your journey.
Lastly, use your successes to help others. You can offer your help in a variety of ways. If additional wealth was part of your accomplishment, give some of it away to benefit others. If your goal was to find a new job, become the best employee, colleague, or mentor you can be. You can support the organization in becoming stronger and more profitable because you work there.
Whatever goal you achieved, accept it with gratitude.
As the late Zig Ziglar once said, “You can get everything you want out of life, if you just help enough other people get what they want.”
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