You want success – but how badly?


Not everyone wants it but most people who do, want it badly. It doesn’t matter what kind of success we are talking about here – it’s all relevant:

Personal success

Relationship success

Business success

Sporting success

Music/Celebrity success.

Whatever it is for you, it matters. Now, I’m not here to judge what you want or why you want it – but you should be careful who you listen to, because you’ll have plenty of people who will.

Stay focused.


You can have as much of it as you want….just as long as you are willing to work hard for it.

Ahhh, and that’s where the problem is – right there.

You see most people do try to reach whatever ambition they have. They really want it. Badly. So they work their socks off , and they overcome hurdles and they do all they can to stand out or above the rest.

But only for so long.

Because it’s tough when you don’t feel like you are getting anywhere isn’t it?

You thought that by now, you’d have seen a better result, and you didn’t expect so many doors to close in your face – or to have so many people with good intentions, let you down. It feels like you are never going to make it – there’s always someone better out there.

So, eventually, reluctantly and with a heavy heart – you give up the fight. And you join all the others who have done the same.

And that, my friend, is such a shame – because there’s LOADS of room ‘at the top’ . It’s the ‘bottom’ that’s overcrowded.

Don’t give up – there’s a space at the top waiting for you.

It’s your Spotlight.



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