Sunday, February 26, 2012

Becoming Happens Before Having, Doing, or Being

The title's insight is provided to us by Andrew Horton. He has found that career success happens when we invest our time into becoming, rather than acquiring. Experience has shown him that anything we pursue will elude us, whereas, as we grow and become, everything needed for achievement tends to be attracted to us. The people, resources and everything needed tend to gravitate toward us. He finds also that the real reward for setting goals and getting clarity about what we want in our future, is that we have the information necessary to finally develop a clear picture in our minds, about who and what we need to become, in order to attract success into our lives. The success, results, and outcomes we get to enjoy are merely the by-product of our becoming.

Read more of Andrew's remarks on this topic: http://informationanthology.net/CareerMentor/Become-Someone.html.

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