The best way to predict the future is to create it

The best way to predict the future is to create it

When Lincoln said that the best way to predict the future was to create it, he wasn’t just talking about being persistent; he was talking about using the eternal power of thought, the very fundamental
energy that all life and reality is born from, to help manifest your dreams. Some in the Law of Attraction circles might have even considered him their most fervent standard bearer.

Still, you might be thinking, sure, for someone as successful as the former President Lincoln, it’s easy to say that the best way to predict the future is to create it. But did you know that Abraham Lincoln, for a large part of his life, considered even himself a failure? He failed far more than he ever succeeded in life, but people don’t remember him for the failures, they remember him for the successes.

Lincoln learned the humbling lessons that only failure can teach you in life. It’s because of his early failures that he was able to achieve so much later on. There was a deeper purpose there, something else that was driving him that allowed him to predict his future by simply creating it. It all became crystal clear to him. That mentality didn’t set in right away; it happened over time.

Clearly, most people out there want to create a future that’s filled with success, love and happiness. However, when it comes down to doing the work, they either procrastinate, don’t give it their all or simply lose interest. They set goals and forget them rather than setting goals and working tirelessly towards their fruition.
The problem is that anything in life that’s worthwhile takes a lot of work. It won’t come easy by any means. So if you want to create a bigger and brighter future for yourself, you have to be willing to put in the hours. And I’m not talking about working towards someone else’s dreams. I’m talking about working on your dreams by building a business and adding real value to the world.





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