What would the world be like if we were all bit more compassionate? Would that possibly create more income, happiness and community?
The road to success is much easier if you BELIEVE that you can do whatever it is you want in life. I know at times this may seem difficult, but it is the most important step to success. You have to know in your heart that you CAN achieve your goals. That means surrounding yourself with people who also believe, and while that may mean cutting out the negative influences, it will ultimately lead to your success.
Take ACTION. Don’t spend time waiting around for opportunities to come. Create your own opportunities! You have to constantly envision the future and learn from your mistakes. You learn important lessons from every trial you go through. Don’t worry about getting it all “right”, trust me…we all correct course and learn as we grow. Just keep moving forward, whether than dwelling on the past. Once you learn the lesson, let it go!
You can learn so much from READING (or watching) other success stories. Seeing that other people go through trials and continue to press on is inspiring for everyone, is it not? The more you read, the more you learn and the more you grow. Never stop having a desire to learn and grow.
Commit to doing ONE compassionate thing a day. It takes very little time to be compassionate. We shouldn’t even hesitate to show others kindness throughout the day, it should be second nature. But sadly that is not always the case! For more information on how you can join Shane’s World Peace movement, visit http://www.empoweringnations.com
We would love to hear from you! What did you take-a-way from this interview? Also, I truly believe spreading inspiration and compassion only leads to more of the same- what was the last compassionate thing you did for someone else?
Dream it. Live it. BE it!
PS. If this ILTV interview touched you in any way please take a moment to share it with your community or someone you care about. The only way to create global change is to inspire people to do the same. I appreciate you!