Building Your Success Quotient

Fulfillment Quotient:

Fulfillment is a key component to a happy life. So how do we build our fulfillment quotient? Consider this four step approach:

  1. Visualize what you want to attract in your life. Does fulfillment mean more money? See cash flowing into your pocketbook. Watch it accumulate in your savings account. See it coming into your checking account. Hang affirmations around the house.
  2. Network with others who share your passions and dreams. Catch their vision for fulfillment.  Observe and emulate the behaviors they exhibit in their quest for happiness.
  3. Study success characteristics. Find out what it takes to become successful.
  4. Watch inspirational videos. Read stories about those who have achieved remarkable things in their lives.


Study the lives of fulfillment moguls including:

1. Oprah Winfrey: Oprah climbed aboard the success train in spite of incredible obstacles. She has exhibited incredible passion, dedication, and a strong work ethic.

2. Maya Angelou: Like Oprah, Maya Angelou also experienced early childhood trauma including, separation from her mother at age three and sexual abuse at age seven. She became an elective mute from the age of seven to the age of twelve, telling no one about the abuse.  Communication skills certainly abounded in her adult life. Her tongue was loosened and her pen flowed as she wrote thousands of words of wisdom.

3. Helen Keller: Helen Keller’s voice was silenced at age two by an infection. Her sight was also taken. Helen lived to convey inner sightings of incredible knowledge and wisdom. Her voice was loosened by the power of her pen, her intelligence, and her insights. Helen had a deep and abiding religious faith which empowered her to achieve great success.

Study the lives of Oprah, Maya, and Helen and come up with your own  formula. Move on to greater heights in your life. Find happiness and fulfillment.









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