Win Today to Succeed Tomorrow

Confessing my worst mistake in my life, I neglected the moment I currently live. I’d always looked forward to success, focusing on the future, not the present. After a long time of training, I realized that winning everyday would lead me to the victory of my life.

Telling the truth of my failure, I kept imaging the moment of success, but not working that hard to reach my dream. I started working on it, but never achieved it because I always quit with every excuse. Every moment I’d concentrated on my dream and future, I easily ignored the current problems and required actions.

Now, I knew reaching my dreams requires the daily routine leading me to the goal. If I don’t win over my laziness and mediocre habits, I would never achieve what I want. Thought and imagination surely take me to the action, but not to the goals. Thought and imagination makes me work, and it must take time to combine thought and action together, which makes me feel driving through the darkest tunnel of life. After the tunnel, I would see the clear picture of my dream and all I want would fall into my life as an avalanche.

When riches begin to come they come so quickly, in such great abundance, that one wonders where they have been hiding during all those lean years.

Napoleon Hill’s Bestselling Books, “Think and Grow Rich”

From now on, I promise myself to win everyday. I set the daily plan and must complete all so that I could go further the next day. Here is my check-list for the miraculous day:

  • Wake up at 5
  • Take Omega-3 and Multi-Vitamin
  • Read the Bible (more than 5 chapters)
  • Blog-post on “”
  • Yoga for 30 minutes
  • Read a book for 30 minutes
  • Write for 2 hours
  • Sleep at 10

Let’s Win Everyday, and Suceed Tomorrow!

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