A wise man once told me, “If you want to fly, you must learn how to open your wings to soar…”

If you want to succeed, you must first learn how to use your mind to create endless possibilities… As a kid growing up, I had troubles with learning how to open up my wings and just soar but of course with given time, things have changed in terms of growth. Going through the foster care system, I lacked confidence and perhaps self-esteem issues where I didn’t have any sort of competence or efficacy within myself. That was due to the type of mental process that I had at the time thinking that whatever I was doing wasn’t enough or wasn’t good enough. As of recently, I’ve began to flex my confidence muscle and not to say in a cocky way but the practice of it has definitely helped me to understand what it means to believe in myself.

As time passes by, if you start by diving into your inner confidence because that’s all you really need, then you’ll start to use your mind more effectively to get the results “within” the process. Before you know it, you’ll be flying in auto-pilot mode directing your plane to the location of where you want to land. In today’s world, so many of us are letting our plane guide us as opposed to allowing ourselves to guide our plane. You’ll find that you have what it takes to succeed or to fly and once you discover how to effectively use the tools, then you’ll be soaring sooner than you think. The point is open your mind and become principle centered to find the tools that you need in order to acquire whatever is in your heart’s desire!

Think well to live well šŸ™‚

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