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Being Great Takes Belief

Ken Brisbon January 16, 2017 Success No Comments on Being Great Takes Belief
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2016 showed me a lot about myself. It gave me an honest glimpse into who I was, and who I wasn’t. I really had to admit to myself that I’m under achieving based on my ability. My potential is worth billions, but my results where only manifesting thousands.

Yea some people would be satisfied with thousands, but to me that’s pennies. It’s chump change, small doe, light bread, and it can’t solve my problems. I been knowing this though, matter fact I knew it a long time ago. I recognized many years back that I needed money, lots of it. I liked the way having money made me feel. I understood that money wouldn’t mentally free me, but it would free me physically to pursue any desire I could think of. Acquiring money was non-negotiable, but there was a problem! My ideas about money were great, but my body didn’t agree, because my body wasn’t moving towards money, it was running away from it.

I realized later that I was tricking myself into believing that I already arrived, because my vision was so clear that it felt like I was living my end game in real-time, but my mind was playing tricks on me.

I had no idea how strong my imagination was. I didn’t know it was possible for me trick myself into thinking that I accomplished my goals, when I had so many unfinished projects. My imagination was blinding me. My imagination had me distracted, focused on the person I will become ten years from now, while neglecting the process to get there.

2016 showed me who I was very clearly. It showed me that I maxed out the level that I was on and it was time to seriously upgrade. Everything that I had, wasn’t enough and I was dissatisfied with everything that I was doing. I forgot more things, than the average people learns, but at the end of the day, that shit doesn’t mean anything. The results that I was consistently getting would be ok for the average person, but I’m not the average person, and I never felt like I was, even during my most insecure moments.

2016 was my mirror, it showed me that I need more courage, more audacity, more concentration and focus. 2016 showed me that I needed to turn my body into a machine, and my mind into a computer to get more game changing results.

I need to become colder, bolder, and more calculating because that’s what it takes to make it to the hall of fame, other than that, nothing else matters.

 

WHAT IS THE HALL OF FAME?

 

The Hall of Fame is where all the legends exist! It’s where the great one’s reside. The Hall of Fame is for the immortals! It’s for those that have achieved great success in their life, influencing future generations.

All Hall of Famers aren’t the same. Some displayed admirable acts of kindness, others where ruthless, and some where just amazing thinkers. Regardless of their occupations, the main thing Hall of Famers have is, the will to be great, how they achieved that greatness is subjective though.

It’s about the glory and having your name recognized thousands of years from now. A man is not a man, if he dies in obscurity, and I’m aware of this, so any results that are less than great, are unacceptable.

The Hall of Fame is where the GODS are, it’s where the greats live independently , light years away from mediocrity, and I’m confident that’s where I belong.

 

THE GAME

Being brutally honest with myself hurts a lot, it stings like hell, but since I’m responsible for solving my own problems its very necessary.

Greatness is something that I’m capable off, but 2016 showed me fully that I wasn’t committed to it. Greatness takes commitment, and I honestly wasn’t honoring the relationship. I was too distracted, too nonchalant, too aloof, therefore, me and greatness was involved in an abusive relationship, and admittedly I was the abuser.

I have the number one thing that can assist me in being successful. It’s the perfect tool that I’ve been misusing, and undervaluing. Maybe I over looked it, maybe I didn’t think it was vital in my accession, but I’ve completely underestimated the power of belief.

The only reason, I’m not where I want to be is because of belief, I have everything else covered, but without belief all my goals, all my ambition, and all my idea’s mean nothing.

 

THE GAME 2.0

 

“AS A MAN THINKETH, SO IS HE”

That’s an important quote and it’s rooted in belief, and I’m grateful that I know that now. I’m on my way, see you at the top

 

 

 

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I want to thank you for stopping by even if you don't agree with the things I say. I don't write for people to agree, I write to offer a different perspective, so If I got you to consider a thought you never considered before, then I've done my job.

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