Jun 12, 2016 | Mindfulness


What sets apart the successful people from the unsuccessful people? It boils down to one thing: Successful people keep trying.

Anyone has the ability to be successful at something. We tend to place a monetary value on things but success is much more than being rich or running a company or being famous.

How do you define success?

Success is being the best you can be with the resources you have. Have you made the effort to be better than you were yesterday? If so, then you are a success.

Many times people give up trying because they aren’t seeing results. Success doesn’t happen overnight. It takes hard work and perseverance. What are you doing in this moment to be a success? Are you thankful? Are you learning something new? Are you going to stop letting your life pass you by?

Right this very minute decide you will keep trying. That’s when the good stuff starts to happen..

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Jenny is a dynamic speaker, coach, and blogger and is passionate about helping people integrate their personal and professional selves.

Jenny helps organizations empower their employees by implementing tools that help manage stress, achieve self-awareness, and challenge mental barriers that may hinder behavior change.  Learn more about Jenny





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