Your Personal Crystal Ball To See Future 6

Sometimes you wish you had your own crystal ball so you can see your future. Well, I have news for you… you already have a crystal ball of sorts which gives great clues of what you life will look like in the future.

Your habits will determine your future. Habits aren’t bad or good, they just are. They are  just like seeds which aren’t good or bad… they are just seeds. When you plant a seed, you don’t know if you are going to get a bush when you wanted a fruit tree.

Unless you got the seeds from someone who has acres and acres of beautiful fruit trees, then you know you stand a good chance of getting the same. Its the same with habits. Are you habits of the variety which will lead to great achievement and success?

I am sure you are saying, “OK Alecia. where can I find these so called success habits?” Good question, just identify someone who has achieved what you want to change in your life and find out what habits they credit for their success. Identifying the success habit is half the battle, the other half is taking action.

How much more different would your life look if you added a new habit. If you wanted to write a book and you got into the habit of writing 300 words per day everyday no matter what. After just 10 months you would have 90,000 words and that’s a pretty decent book.

How would that make you feel, having a 90,000 word manuscript. I am sure that will make you feel pretty good. It boils down to one thing… success is the sum of small efforts.

This is your journey and guess what? You are the one calling the shots. If you feel like someone else is calling the shots in your life, its because you allowed them to and there is nothing wrong with that as long as its something you want.

There are certain habits that are more entrenched and are harder to change than others. It might not be easy to change these habits however, the results you will achieve are well worth the effort.

Although resistance to change might be lurking in the shadows, just keep focused and take consistent action daily to develop the new habit which will help you live your best life.

Love Peace and Bliss


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6 thoughts on “Your Personal Crystal Ball To See Future

  • Bonnie Gean

    This message was the “icing on the cake” – as if it was written for me.

    I say this because I’ve been telling people I never have the time to finish a project (which equates to product) – but that’s not the case.

    It may have sounded good when I said it, but it wasn’t true at all! 🙂

    In April, when I decided that I was going to produce a product, I worked every day for a month. NO DAYS OFF… and eventually I had a product one month later.

    Imagine that!

    • Alecia Lawrence Post author

      Congratulations on staying focused and committed Bonnie. Those are definitely keeper success habits from which you have reaped great results. So many times we start and abandon projects due to distractions along the way. My ability to focus is one muscle I am constantly making stronger each day.

  • Emily

    Such a great piece of advice. The only change worth making is the one that lasts! You definitely have to form good habits if you want to be successful in life, business or personal.

    • Alecia Lawrence Post author

      Its funny how people expect things to change without changing their habits. If you want to be free from debt, then you have to change your habit, if you want to lose weight, you have to change your habit. A very simple equation which is constantly ignored.

  • Sojourner

    Great post! So very true. The most successful people definitely seem to emulate the positive habits of their successful peers. I’ve definitely got my gurus that I follow too, mainly Marie Forleo, Oprah and Mama Gena!

    • Alecia Lawrence Post author

      Thanks. Its great to have your go to gurus, especially when you feel stuck and need a little extra mental push plus encouragement to keep going after your goals. My fave is Jack Canfield, Sam Crowley, Les Brown… There are so many and each of them have contributed and some still are contributing to the success I am today. Success does leave clues and some of us are more open than others in picking up on those clues. What’s your fave success habit?