“Are there a lot of people like you?”
Above all things, be yourself.
You achieve success when you realize your value and how
impactful you become when you share this value with others.
During Empower Network’s ‘Empower Hour’ call, Elena Fraga
explained how to achieve success by asking the question, “Are
there a lot of people like me?”
In doing so, you unlock the doors to success and there are suddenly no limits to what you can achieve. When other people relate to you and you discover that you possess talents that others don’t have,
it becomes easier to inspire others and share these values,
ultimately becoming a source of motivation.
During the Empower Hour, Elena revealed that she is a breast cancer survivor who continued working with Empower Network while undergoing five surgeries in eight months as well as chemotherapy.
Many keep revelations like this private and only share among close friends and family. Elena also once thought she should keep it private. However, after realizing how strong she became from such a dark moment in her life, she made the decision to reach out and help others who are in the same predicament.
By sharing, she discovered that she not only helped others, but she was also able to help herself during the process.
“Work on yourself more than you work on your business,” – Elena Fraga.
Your mindset serves as an essential tool when embarking on the journey toward success. Without a clear mindset and a sense of who you are, you lack motivation for yourself and for others who look to you for inspiration.
By neglecting self development opportunities, you also neglect the growth of your business and the security of your future.
Success is discovering that you attract others who find your value inspiring, and sharing this value with others to help when needed.
As CEO Jonathan Cronstedt reminds us, success is based on your work ethic and a willingness to learn. Founder David Wood helps others see success without giving up their lives and has mentored 13 verified millionaires in their success.
Everyone defines success differently. What are your views on success and being successful?