Creation: The Critical Component to Your Success

Welcome Success Seeker!

This next one is for you. 

Someone once told me, you attract your self in others. I imagine, with this knowledge in mind, that those who read this blog (many thanks btw!) are a bit like me. In this sense, you might be introverted with an eye for big dreams, ideas, and visions and a passion for placing others in line with their success. Sweet.

I get it, what a rush! The complexity of human life, a life of which you seek clarity and productivity. Not just any productivity, though, but purposeful productivity! The kind that people would gladly do if there were no limits in their way.

Yet, while some of us on the path to success may be confident in our steps forward, others are only beginning their journey. So this next move for you is perhaps the pivotal move you must master in order to move your success forward. That move is:to create. 

What is creation? Such a vast word will need some boundaries for the purposes of this correspondence

creation

Pronunciation: /krēˈāSH(ə)n/

NOUN

The action or process of bringing something into existence Oxford Dictionaries Online

 

 

This sums up the act of success brilliantly. Whatever you are trying to accomplish, it probably has yet to be accomplished. This means it is not yet in existence, so the only way to do so is by creating that existence. To grow in confidence in this act of creation, practice creating anything at all. Whether it’s a blog post, a video, a new recipe, a fun class, or anything that you want to use your two hands to create, do it!

Do it often.

2 comments

  1. Abigail · September 1, 2016

    Reblogged this on iPlanner and Company and commented:
    I am a creative entrepreneur, so I’m always thinking of new things to create. Each time I’m able to use my creative talents I gain more confidence in my skill level. So I do believe that the critical component to my success is creation. This article hit the nail right on the head.

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    • Zinga H · September 1, 2016

      Thank you Abigail! Most creatives realize the power in just doing it!

      Liked by 1 person

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