Speak and Celebrate Your Successes

Celebrate Your Successes

Celebrate your successes. Verbalizing successes and celebrating them creates a vibration that will attract more success and will bring more life satisfaction, joy, and completion. I’ve recently had a series of setbacks and have spent a lot of time talking about my disappointments. I’ve been told to increase my vibration by verbalizing my successes.

Take some time daily to list your accomplishments. Write down everything you can think of. Challenge yourself to come up with at least one hundred accomplishments. Start from day one.

What was your first job? When did you buy your first car? How much money did you save to make that purchase? Did you get a high school diploma or a college degree? Are you self employed? Do you own a home? Think about every success milestone you have had and watch your mood go up, your emotions soar, and your satisfaction increase. Find a celebration partner and verbalize your achievements to your partner.

Speaking your achievements will raise your vibration will serve to attract more success into your life. The tongue is a mighty sword. It can create mayhem or it can create fulfillment. It can create sorrow or happiness. It can create failure or success. Use it to your advantage and watch your life grow beyond all comprehension. Friends will seek you out because you will be a source of good energy. You will bring light into every situation you encounter. Happiness will follow you around. Your goals will be met. And success will be yours. Use your tongue to good advantage. Words have power. Your can manifest your heart’s desire just by talking about it.

Use you tongue wisely. Let it make you upward bound. Let it be your guide. And let it propel you onward to great things.

Celebrate your successes.

Barbara Altman, the author of hope, has written two books: “Hope Shines Eternal: My Journey Through Mental Illness” and PassagesĀ of Hope, 52 Real Life Stories that Will Inspire and Encourage You.” Both can be purchased on Amazon, Kindle, and on WWW. AuthorofHope.com


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