Misconceptions about Success (2)



We think success is the result of opportunity, so we wait for it.

However, the door of opportunity is marked, ‘Push!

The truth is, people who do nothing more than wait for success are neither able to see it – nor seize it – when it comes.


(Taken from: UCB Word For Today – February-April 2017 – written by Bob & Debby Gass)



Have you been waiting around for your “big break”?

Wait no longer – plan, position self and push!


Purpose-driven believers and dream achievers, enjoy a productive and successful week!


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8 thoughts on “Misconceptions about Success (2)

  1. This is great post for people who like to push and get pushed

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    1. Thank you Shiva. Good to hear from you again. And which kind of personality are you? One who likes to push, or one who needs to be pushed?

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      1. One who likes to Push and Pushed by the Pushed.😀
        Lady come to my Blog and meet God.😃

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      2. Well I will certainly visit your blog again Shiva but I’ve already met God!

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      3. Well that is Superb!
        But Lady, won’t you like to meet one more time or keep on meeting…HIM.
        Shiva 🎶

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      4. Oh but I do Shiva, I do! 😃 😇
        I have access to his hotline and regularly send him my email. 😉
        Will visit soon. Have a blessed day!


  2. Thank you for sharing your inspiring words as always. Indeed we must keep pushing.

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    1. You are welcome Jacqueline. Thank you for reading and taking the time to leave your comment, which is appreciated.


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