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What is The Right Action That Leads To Your Ultimate Goals?


What is the right thing I need to do to bring forth my desires?

What actions do I need to take Now?

Am I doing the right thing or the wrong thing?

These are the questions that most of us constantly ask ourselves in the mind. Most of the time, we are asking unconsciously.

We are constantly judging what we are doing, because we are afraid of making mistakes. Let me now show you how to choose the right action that will lead you to your ultimate goals.

First of all, let's discuss ...

**The root of all procrastination**

Very often, people tell me "I have studied all the theories of success and read all the self improvement books, but I still don't know what to do."

Then they end up doing nothing, and getting no results.

No matter how many books you read, how many tapes you listened to, and how many seminars you attend, if you don't take any action, you won't have any result. Action creates result. You can't change this fact.

Inaction leads to endless procrastination, and ultimately, leads to failure.

You must understand that no matter how bad the situation is, you can always take some action to improve it right now, even just a little improvement. If you can not imagine how to make 1 million dollars, just make a commitment to make 100 dollars first. You might have heard of this phrase "CANI", It represents constant-and-never-ending-improvement. Success is a journey, not a destination. This journey is about improvement. As long as you are making some kind of improvement, you are leading to success.

Now you know you need to take some kind of actions,

then...

**What is the right action?**

The answer is to ask your intuition. Your intuition will never fool you because it is the message from the higher intelligence. Your intuition always knows what is right and what is wrong.

Do you remember when I said that feelings and emotions are the language of the universe? They are also the messages from the higher intelligence of the universe. When you feel a positive emotion, the universe is telling you that you are doing well, keep on doing; When you are receiving a negative emotion, the universe is warning you that you are not aligned with your ultimate purpose, or life mission. You need to correct your action. This is the way the universe communicates with you.

Before taking any action, ask yourself " How will this make me feel once I have accomplished this action?"

Most of the time, your intuiting will give you immediate feedback, you either receive a positive or negative emotion.

Listen to your intuition, and do what makes you feel good, don't worry about making mistakes, because...

**Everything is in its divine order**

One of the most stubborn road block to success is fear of failure, or fear of making mistakes.

To completely remove this road block, you must accept a belief that everything is in divine order.

Look back at your life of the past 10 years. Did you make any mistakes? Sure you did, but without that mistake, would you have the life you are living now? If you can look deeply, you will find that mistake had inevitably created some coincidence that leads to your present life. There is always a connection between everything happening in your life. That mistake is part of your life journey that should not be missed, then why did you worry at that time?

After my university entrance examination, I did not get a chance to join an old brand university that I loved very much. Most people that know me felt pity for me, but I did not care, I joined a university of my second choice. Just one month after joining that university, I was offered a scholarship to study abroad in a much better university than my first choice university. Best of all, I did not spend a single dime on my tertiary education, even my everyday spending was covered by that scholarship. I would never have had this chance if I had joined my first choice university. Is this only a coincidence? I don't believe that, I believe every thing is in its divine order, in my life, nothing ever goes wrong.

If you want more of this kind of coincidence happen in your life, repeat this everyday when you feel doubt.

"Everything is in its divine order; in my life, nothing ever goes wrong"

To sum up, you need to make a small improvement everyday. Before taking any action, think of the feelings it will bring to you, and make the right choice based on your feelings. Then just do it, and believe you are doing the right thing because everything is in divine order.

To your success.

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