I always knew I was going to be rich.

by Shakti Singh Dulawat on September 30, 2012

You must have heard and read a lot about the power of subconscious mind and self suggestions. This article is not a crash course in that but I would like to put my thoughts on this topic. Why some people have all the success, riches and luxuries in life and some live a mediocre life? This was the question that floated a lot in my mind and heart, the answer came to me when I met the people who rose form the streets to lobbies of 5 star hotels in some years. The answer in itself was quite simple, they knew their righteous place in the world, they were able to see themselves over there and they never questioned themselves or their abilities in reaching the destination.
In short believe in yourself. A very popular example of this is Mr. Warren Buffet, an American investor and philanthropist who once quoted, I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.”

This legendary investor cum philanthropist has earned billions in his lifetime and also paved a way to drive his much earn wealth into philanthropies. Even as a child, he knew it from the beginning that he wants to make money. He was so sure of it that it worked as a driving force to facilitate his interest into something big.

We can all be Warren Buffets. Though it is not necessary that our interests should co-incite. In fact, we do have our own Warren Buffets inside us. The only thing that differs is that he took an effort to examine his hidden potential and channelize it effectively. Whereas most of us prefer lamenting and doubting over our concealed abilities.

Victory does not come to those who brag for it and wait for it to come. It is meant for people who are eager enough to take up risks, work on their abilities, and never doubt their potentials. Doubting over yourself can prove really fatal. That’s because by doing that, you are killing your own instinct. Instinct to do something that you would always want to. However, there is another factor, which favors your chances of being a successful person. The environment of a person influences him a lot. If you are working in an environment that is competitive enough to bring out the real you, then you are certainly on a right track. On the other hand, if you are working in an atmosphere that is hampering you growth, it is likely that your growth would be stagnated .People learn to be successful if they live in an environment that breathes the air of the same and learning from it.

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Conclusion:
To be successful is hard enough. But to work for it may seem harder. Nonetheless, if you possess positive traits and learn from the success of others without doubting your own potential, am sure that success won’t be a long way to go.
Again,I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute. – Warren Buffet 

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