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What are the Benefits of Success?  By Danny J. Stevens

What is the ripple effect if you step up and increase your standards?  How does the effect in your life and destiny affect others?  Are our lives interconnected?  In Day 25 of Giant Steps into 2012, we are reflecting on past success, current success and contemplating what future success would do for others around you.

We have not defined what we are calling success and this would be a great time to define what is meant by success.   Success is one word which many people define personally.  Yet if we examined the definition we would like get close to the definition of Success by Earl Nightingale, “”Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.”  Success is not necessarily monetary, but it can be.  Success is not a destination; it is a progressive work towards a compelling dream or goal.

I know as I progress towards my dreams and goals I can recognize certain events which were troublesome to me and can offer assistance to others along the path to their goals.   The more financially stable I can become the more I can help others financially.  When I am broke and trying to save myself I do not have anything extra and I like those in that situation will become centered on survival first.  We as humans need to meet some basic needs before we can become effective in looking out for others.  A human must be able to provide for a shelter, food and warmth before we can effectively help someone else.

I heard on the Secret Science of Getting Rich, a program by Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield and Rev. Michael Benard Beckwith where the three are teaching on a book by the same name written by Wallace Wattles.  The book is a classic, written in the early 1900’s this book has helped thousands of men and women get in the proper perspective about riches.   Again it is not just monetary!  I have written many blog entries on the subject and there is a tab on my page devoted to the Science of Getting Rich.

When you examine what it has taken to get you to a particular goal.  You notice you have to become a better person.  The events force you to see beyond yourself.  You need to deal squarely with people.  If you don’t whatever you build today can be destroyed tomorrow.  The change not only affects you how you do business but people trust you.  Your success can add jobs either with your company or the companies you deal with.   People become inspired to try to reach for their dreams.  You have the ability to assist them to a point where you have reached.

Personally you have to get the person in order or it just doesn’t happen.  A story I remember was of a young boy who wanted his father’s attention.  His dad however had many things to accomplish and didn’t have time to entertain his son.  Finally the dad took a magazine and ripped out a page which had a picture of the world.  He tore up the picture in to tiny pieces and handed them to his son.  He told his son when he had put the picture back together he would be able to spend some time with him.   The son took the pieces and within about five minutes returned with the world put back together.  The father was astonished as he hoped this would keep his son busy for a longer period of time.  The dad asked, “How did you put that together so fast?”   The son flipped the picture over revealing a picture of a man.  He said, “It was easy, once you get the man together, the world was together!”

This is the point I get from moving toward our goals and dreams, once we get ourselves together, everything starts to fall in to place.

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