RIP Steve Jobs – A man who always believed

He believed in himself. Despite having the odds against him, he believed in himself.

He believed in his vision.

He believed that he could change the way we communicate.

He believed he could make a difference.

And he did.

This past week we said goodbye to Steve Jobs – the co-founder of Apple who
revolutionized the way we communicate, work and play.

But life was never easy for him and the only reason Jobs succeeded is because he
believed in himself.

He didn’t let the naysayers stop him.

He didn’t let the doubters hold him back.

He dropped out of school because he couldn’t afford the tuition.

He collected used drink cans and returned them to collect the deposit money.

He walked 7 miles just so he could get a hot meal from a shelter.

But all along he believed in himself and his vision.

He never gave up.

When he slept on a cold hard floor with only a blanket he didn’t give up.

Through all those years of struggle, Steve Jobs directed his mind, his subconscious
mind and his powers to follow his vision.

That vision and belief was planted on his subconscious mind, success was sure to
follow.  And did it ever.

When he passed away on Wednesday, Steve Jobs was a billionaire, surrounded by his
family. He built one of the most valuable companies in the world and he made a big difference.

You too can make a difference.

You too can be wealthy and successful.

You may not think you can – but you can.

You just have to believe in yourself.

You just have to follow your vision.

You just have to believe that you can.

You have to dismiss the naysayers and the doubters who want to extinguish your burning desires.

Believe in yourself and believe in your ability.

Start believing in yourself today.

Create your vision and believe in your ability.

Deliberately plant empowering thoughts in your mind and create the beliefs that drive you to succeed and bring in joy and happiness.

 

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