Build your future, don’t predict it


“The best way to predict the future is to build it.” Abraham Lincoln

If you are wondering where you will be in 10 years, take a look at your current life. What actions are you taking to achieve your goals? How many new things are you learning? Who do you associate with? Are you making the necessary efforts to reach your goals today?

People often think that their life will suddenly change as a result of a magical event in the future, but this is not the case. Your life only changes to the extent that you commit to changing it.

If you are not satisfied with your current situation, are you taking steps to change them? Otherwise, you are just dreaming. Nothing will ever change if you don’t change what you do daily. As Aristotle pointed out, over 2000 years ago, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.

Stop waiting now, because you’re never going to be 100% ready to change what’s wrong with your life. Change requires massive actions done on a regular basis. Start, you will perfect later.

A great way to actively build your future is to ask yourself: if I already reached my goals, how would I act on a daily basis? What books would I read, how many times would I train and how would I spend my time at the office, at home, with the people I love …?

Once you’ve answered these questions, you know what to do.

Act as if you have already succeeded.


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