In our last few +1s, we talked about success.
In my meditation this morning, I was curious…
What other Notes do we have featuring ideas on how to make our lives a “success.”
After opening up my eyes, I opened up the Heroic app and clicked on the little search icon in the upper-right-hand corner.
Then I entered…
And, I found 178 +1s and 449 (!) PhilosophersNotes that reference “success.”
Should I say, “Success!” 😂
Here are some of my favorite Notes on the subject you may enjoy: True Success by Tom Morris, The Success Principles by Jack Canfield, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra, How Successful People Think by John Maxwell, The Essence of Success by Earl Nightingale, The Law of Success by Yogananda, Creative Mind and Success by Ernest Holmes, The Common Denominator of Success by Albert E.N. Gray, and The Success System That Never Fails by W. Clement Stone.
My head just exploded imagining all the wisdom in all those Notes. I’m excited to personally re-read all those Notes and share some of my favorite Ideas in future +1s. 😲 🤯
I’ve gotta say that I’m very happy to see that True Success by Tom Morris is the very first search result.
Because Tom (with his PhDs from Yale in Philosophy and Religion!) nails it.
He tells us: “The kind of success I am most interested in is the sort available to every human being living, breathing, thinking, and doing things on this earth. It does not require wealth, fame, power or high social status. It needs not involve aspiring to any of these things. But it does require making the most of what we are, for the benefit of others as well as ourselves. It means making a difference and experiencing the deep satisfaction that brings. It means using your talents and following your heart. It involves being true to yourself and being good to others.”
That’s Today’s +1.
Here’s to your true success, Hero.
Let’s close the gap between who we’re capable of being and who we’re actually being while we do our best to make a difference by giving our friends and families and communities all we’ve got.