Do you know the Law of Success?
The Law of Success is the final Law from the 11 Forgotten Laws, a course from Bob Proctor that complements the Law of Attraction (that course is no longer available). In summary, the Law of Success is the Law that makes all the other Laws work in harmony.
As Bob says, if your life is lacking fulfillment, then you are not in harmony with the Law. You are not living and applying its principles. To be successful, you ought to be in harmony with the Law.
To apply the Law of Success in your life, use these tips from Bob Proctor. These tips are taken straight from his Law of Attraction home study course. Use them to your own benefit:
Table of Contents
1. Every Person Has the Capacity for Endless Development
The purpose of living is to enjoy an increasing life. If your life stays monotonous or it doesn’t increase, then it can be said that you are out of sync with the Law of Success.
This Law states that you are given the capacity to continuously grow. You have all the talent and skills you need. However, most of them lay dormant and must be brought out with practice.
We hide behind a mentality of lack as our reason for not succeeding. We blame conditions, but don’t realize that the power is already inside us. Whatever task you must perform to achieve your goals, rest assured you have the innate ability to grow and achieve that task.
2. A Big or Small Win Takes the Same Energy
This rule is a powerful one to realize. On your road to success, energy is a valuable resource. If getting a big thing done takes the same energy as getting a small thing done, why not go after the big one?
Mental energy is not the same as physical energy. With mental energy you give the same effort to make $1 as you would $100. You might as well spend your focus, creativity, and thought to pursue the big goals.
Focusing your energy on the big goals ensures that you pursue the biggest success possible.
3. We Fail, But We Aren’t Failures
Remember the classic example of the Law of Success: a baby learning to walk. Even though the baby falls many times, he just bounces right back up. The baby never worries – in fact he laughs and has fun all the way through.
The story is simple, yet many of us fail to see our failures in the same way. Much like how the baby doesn’t have a doubt that he will finally be able to walk, so must you if you want to succeed.
Be confident that you will achieve your goal, as long as you keep working towards it. Understand that failing is inevitable, but it doesn’t mean that you are a failure. Like Bob Proctor says, “You are only a failure if you quit.”
4. The Remedy for Fear is Understanding
To avoid quitting, you must remedy your fear. Fear comes out of ignorance or lack of knowledge. It comes as a result of not knowing what it is that you are trying to do.
Therefore, to remedy your fear, you must learn – you must understand. Here are some questions to ask to help you understand and overcome your fear:
What goals do you want to achieve?
Has someone already achieved it?
How did that someone achieve it?
Can you do what that someone did?
How and when are you going to do it?
Learning is the key to overcoming your fear from not knowing what’s ahead of you. All important goals are achievable. Find out what you need to do and do it consistently – and enjoy your failures as part of the Law of Success.
5. You Have a Power You Are Not Using
There is a secret among horse riders. Do you know how they make horses jump over obstacles? It’s by making the horse run even faster.
How can you apply this rule in your life? Many of us slow down just when we are about to make the jump. We slow down out of fear of not making the jump.
That is why many of us stumble, fall, hurt ourselves and become traumatized. We think we will never be able to jump over the hurdle.
The way to use the Law of Success is to give even more effort when you are about to overcome an obstacle. Put your foot on the gas pedal, and let go of the break. You have power you’re not using. Give even more, and you will successfully overcome your hurdle.
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