Saturday, October 15, 2011

Greater authenticity

If you fall short of the goal, make another effort. If the efforts continue to fall short, find another strategy.

If the updated strategy doesn't work, reconnect with your essential purpose. In that purpose is a driving energy that will never fail you.

You cannot fail at living and expressing who you truly are. The only real failure is to hold that back.

If some particular endeavor fails to bring the desired results, it's probably because there's not enough of you in it. Failure can in fact be a powerful force that will push you and compel you toward greater authenticity.

If it's not working for you, it's not coming from the truth of who you are. To be more effective, be more honest, more authentic, more willing to follow your deepest desires.

Be who you are, say what you mean, and work on what's truly important to you. The more authentic you are, the more successful you'll be.

-- Ralph Marston

Copyright (c) 2011 Ralph S. Marston, Jr. From The Daily Motivator at where you will find an archive of more than 4,500 positive messages plus books, CDs, motivational videos and more. Permission is given to post online only if this entire notice is included.

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