Confess success and you will have success. Your confession brings about your possession. Say it, proclaim it, claim it, have it, possess it. A few years ago, I declared in a toastmaster’s meeting that I would get rid of peripheral neuropathy. It took nine months to manifest. Three and a half years later, I have but a shadow of the problem. Ninety-five percent is gone.
Examine the lives of those who have achieved phenomenal success. We can all think of Oprah Winfrey, Warren Buffett, and Donald Trump. I would suggest looking at those in your circle who have been successful. Chances are great that they proclaimed success early in life. Successful people have a vision, claim that vision, and act on their visions. It’s not enough to see it, visualize it, and claim it. One also has to act on it. Bill Gates and his high school friend used to stay after school and work on their computer projects for four to five hours a day. One has to confess success.
In 1957, Homer Hicks decided to go against his father’s wishes and to pursue the study of rocket science. His father wanted him to get a job in the coal mines. Homer watched his father descend into black lung disease. After a year in the mines, Homer followed a football scholarship and pursued a degree in engineering, which culminated in a position at NASA. Homer had a dream, pursued his dream, and found his dream.
So what is your dream? What would make you happy? What do you want to pursue? See it, live it, act on it. Confess success.