Saturday, February 25, 2012

You can too rise up from poverty

You are not bound by the circumstances of your birth, structure of your brain, your biology or your glandular functioning.  If you have an average functional brain you can decide your life. Desire strongly to succeed, find a profession you will enjoy working,  and be willing to spend all your time to go after what you want in life.  If your mind is obsessed with it, your brain will guide you to a plan to achieve them. 
It is the ordinary people who fear failures and worry about their misfortunes. Please go through the story of Oprah Winfrey, the most well-known 'rags to riches' story of our era. . Having been born into abject poverty in rural Mississippi, Winfrey went from being a young girl clothed in potato sacks  to the richest and most powerful female media mogul in the world today. Winfrey had not only poverty but she had to confront a disruptive and abusive household with her strict father. She did blunders and committed many mistakes as a teenager. Winfrey underwent all imaginable tribulations and was subjected to all sorts of humiliations. Still, she did still well in school and she became an honours student. She got her big break when she became a newscaster in Nashville after finishing college. She did her work with all her heart, all heart soul and all her time. And Winfrey climbed heights and has come a long way from her poor upbringings, and she  is worth $2.9 billion as of 2009, according to Forbes.
Those who win in life accept failures and misfortunes as challenges and start working for success . They do not sit back and cry over them  nor do they get frustrated. No one really fails until he accepts failures. Analyze the failures, find out their causes,  correct yourself, overcome trying hardships and move forward. Make sure that the same mistakes are not repeated. Those who fear failures are actually inviting them. Their minds will go on probing the different ways defeats can surface. Failures eventually appear as if they have been waiting all the while. If you think about the possibilities of failure, the probability is that they will keep coming. Be prepared to meet them when they appear. Take them in your stride; learn your lessons and move forward. Those who succeed think always that they create their worlds. They believe that they are solely responsible to what happen in their lives.                   
  Things happen as per your thoughts and you have  perfect control on your thought process.  If you think that it is fate or circumstances that shape your destiny, or that you have been born with a grey cloud over your head, you become a fatalist who has no control on what comes to pass.

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