"Success is something you attract, by becoming an attractive person." - Jim Rohn
Now, while I do agree that success is attracted, I also believe that there's an important realization that is missed with this quote. And that realization is:
We're all constantly attracting.
It's not that some are attractive and others aren't. We're all in a process of attraction.
And why this realization is important is because the realization asks one to be aware of what they're attracting.
If one is miserable, then one is attracting misery.
If one is happy, then one is attracting happiness.
If one is wealthy, then one is attracting wealth.
If one is wise, then one is attracting wisdom.
It's really that simple.
And the reason, I believe, why this happens is because what we attract is also what we elicit.
The best way to understand this is to see yourself as a vehicle for which life passes through. What happens to you is filtered through and projected, forming a constant cycle that shapes your experience.
And therefore, realizing all this simply becomes an incentive to behave in the manner that elicits your personal definition of success so that you can attract your personal definition of success.
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