Character: Motivation for the World, One Person at a Time

Character… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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A careful review of the definition of character allowed me to see that one word stands out more than the rest. The word is aggregate, which means total. This word is important because it means our character is a combination of many things, all wrapped up into one package. Applying what we already know, we can say that character can, and should include thoughts of victory, faith, and the possibilities of if. Character should be shaped by our dreams and vision, and fueled to lead in a positive direction because of our passion.

I am sure there are an endless amount of qualities and traits that make up character. Therefore, to learn about character, it is very important to zero in on the main qualities that make each of us unique. As the definition says, character is the traits that form the individual nature of some person or thing. So I cannot tell you what makes up your character. But what I can tell you is your character should be made up of positive qualities that allow you to move in a positive direction. Each of these positive qualities can, and should, be developed to as a way to help us as we strive to become more successful on a daily basis. I believe we should find the best positive qualities we possess and let those shape our character.

It is important to note that your “best” quality may not always be a good thing. One person’s best quality may be their ability to be show empathy. This quality would be great in any field or endeavor that helps people in their time of need. As we will see, empathy is a key component to success. On the other hand, another person’s “best” quality may be their ability to lie. This trait would not be helpful in a field that helps people in their time of need. The logic here is that we can possess both positive and negative qualities that make up our character. In other words, your character is based in part on your choices. Do you choose to accentuate your positive traits? Or do you spend a lot more of your valuable time accentuating your negative traits?

Successful people know developing their character is their choice. Character truly is who you are when you are in dark. When you are all alone, what things do you think about? After a million mental exercises, which of those thoughts do you want to turn into actions? Finally, which of those thoughts becomes your present or future reality? I believe the things we do are born from our thoughts, our ability to transfer those thoughts, and our delivery of those thoughts through actions. This is my definition of character. This also has to include the realization that character includes, to a lesser extent, the thoughts we think that are not put into action. Therefore, key components of character are twofold: they are what we think as well as what we actually do.

 

Affirmation: I am responsible for the traits that improve my character and propel me toward success.

 

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Chapter 7: Goal: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 6: Passion: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 5: Vision: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 4: Dream: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 3: If: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 2: Faith: Motivation for the World, One Word At a Time

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Courage: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Courage… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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Courage is to be one of my favorite words that define success because it is the one I have struggled with the most. By definition, the word courage includes strength. We are not talking about physical strength, although sometimes we need it to display courage. Instead, we are talking about inner-strength. We are talking about power that cannot be seen or measured. It is that force that allows so many people to face danger and defy the odds to receive victory. Notice the word persevere is also a part of the definition of courage. Perseverance is such an important component of courage that we will address it separately in a later chapter.

In addition to strength and perseverance, the definition of courage also includes the word venture. This is a hidden gem at needs some examination. Venture means to go forth and seek and yes, it is from the same root as the word adventure. Success requires people to venture out of their comfort zones in order to find various pathways to victory. Courage requires us to have faith. It requires us to say “if” and when. It requires us to dream. It requires us to we must seek out opportunities, set goals, and take risks. We must think outside the box in order to achieve greater results. Every time we venture out, or go on an adventure, we summon a certain level of courage to get the job done.

Real-life situations allow us to call on courage, even when we do not realize we possess it. Some situations that invite courage include helping a loved one in immediate danger or defending your most prized possessions. These are obviously dangerous situations that most people can relate to. These threats require massive amounts of courage while we are in the midst of danger. Other bouts that require courage are not as threatening, but just as daunting for too many people. Personal interactions and communication immediately come to mind. We all know how important it is to make a good first impression.

How do successful people discover courage? Successful people envision what victory looks like. They use faith as a starting point. They see “when” instead of “if”. Successful people dare to dream, and then use their vision as a guide. They let their passion lead them to find the courage to overcome fear. As we proceed, you will see other elements that successful people use to build courage. They build upon their knowledge and accept the fact they must take risks in order to be successful. Successful people understand the right choice might not be the popular choice, but they lean on their character as a guide.

Last but not least, successful people know hard work leads to building courage, and both are the necessary components each of us must possess as we provide motivation for the world, one word at a time.

 

Affirmation: I have the power to summon enough courage to survive in the face of real or perceived danger.

 

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Chapter 6: Passion: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 5: Vision: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 4: Dream: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Chapter 3: If: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

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Fear: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Fear… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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For the first and only time, I purposely did not start this chapter with the definition of the word we are studying. Right now, I suggest that everyone who reads this book identify the one (or more) concepts that are slowing down their progress toward victory and success. For me, fear is definitely the one! I can honestly say that I have been filled with fear on so many occasions that it is the major roadblock on my path to success. I can guarantee that I am not alone. An honest assessment would probably lead most people to agree that fear is the number one adversary of faith and the roadblock to success. Fear has unbelievable power! Therefore, the only way to face fear is to thoroughly understand it to make a conscious effort to defeat it.

The definition of fear makes it crystal clear that our uncertainties are totally irrational. Fear is defined as an unpleasant or strong emotion caused by the expectation or awareness of danger. When we examine this definition carefully, two words should jump out: expectation and awareness. Expectation means that we think something will happen. Awareness is having knowledge of something. In other words, having fear means we can be negatively influenced by the knowledge of something we think can happen. We truly do not know if it will happen. This is why an accurate acronym of fear is False Evidence Appearing Real.

In order to overcome fear, we must understand that it is the enemy of everything we have covered thus far. Fear prevents us from believing in victory. Fear takes away our faith. Fear makes people think the only time if applies is when something could go wrong. Fear serves as a dream killer. Fear causes people to alter or completely change their vision. Fear prevents people from pursuing their passion. Fear steals our momentum when it is time to set goals. Fear robs even the most energetic people of their motivation. This summary shows how fear attaches itself to each of the success strategies we have covered so far. It also shows the power of letting fear dictate how we will live our lives.

…In conclusion, we must ask how successful people handle their fears. I am one who believes that some people have an innate, God-given ability not to be fearful in some of the most ominous situations. I think this trait is in all of us, although it may only appear in certain situations. Two people in the same situation will experience different levels of fear. In these situations, successful people expect victory. They turn “ifs” into when. They can turn their dreams into visions of success. Successful people know how to focus on their passion as an antidote for fear. They have taught themselves how to handle their fears through goals and using the right tools for motivation. The great news is you can do it too

 

Affirmation: I have fears, but I will no longer allow them to prevent me from reaching my destiny.

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Motivation: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Motivation… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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Motivation by definition includes action. Consequently there cannot be any action without motivation. I will take it a step further and say everything, including inaction, is caused by motivation. For example, if you want to walk, you have to be motivated to get started. On the other hand, if you chose to stand still, you have to be motivated to stay in place. These examples prove that motivation is not some whirlwind idea that can come in and make sweeping change. Instead, it is the reason why you take each and every action. In order to provide Motivation for the World, it is necessary to provide motivation for yourself.

The initial takeaway from this concept is people are always self-motivated to do whatever they want to do. Self-motivation is taking action based on how you feel; I call this our inner-drive. Self-motivation is a critical component of the success process and achieving victory. We make decisions constantly about what comes next, and the actions we take are based on being self-motivated. In other words, you have the power to determine whether you make progress on the road to success, remain in the same place, or take steps backward.

We want to discuss motivational strategies and tactics that will propel us forward. In order to do this, we need to learn about the things that make us advance in a positive direction. Positive things can spur us on; I call these things positive motivators. Negative things can also push us toward taking action; I call these things negative motivators. Since both exist simultaneously, we must remain aware of motivating factors that align with our dreams and vision. These are the things that propel us toward setting goals and achieving victory.

How do successful people stay motivated in order to move forward? We have already covered several tactics they use. Successful people define and expect victory. They build seemingly endless reservoirs of faith. Successful people believe in the power of thinking in terms of if and when things will happen. They dream and use their vision to see what success looks like and how it will ultimately feel. They find their passion and use it as a constant reminder of their purpose in life. They set goals and treat success as a process that will work in their favor if they stay the course and stick to the plan. These are some of the tactics the high-achievers use to stay motivated.
Affirmation: I am self-motivated so that I can put in the necessary effort to become more successful.

 

 

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Goal: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Goal… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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Goal is one of the success keywords we all have used at one time or another. A goal by definition is an ending. This means goals are a part of a process that will eventually lead to a conclusion. Close inspection of this definition reveals that a goal does not have a positive or negative end. It is just the end toward which effort is directed. So it is important to note that people can have goals that lead toward construction and good things, or goals that lead toward destruction and bad things. Ether scenario requires effort, and this is where so many people miss the mark. Obviously, we want to use goals to build and lead to greater heights and victory.

Most people know what goals are by definition, but knowledge of the road to get to goal-setting can be a mystery. We completed the Wish Upon a Star exercise together, yet this effort did not include any planning. It simply established what victory looks like, and encouraged us to have faith. I did this purposely to prove that most people start with the concept of victory, and then build their faith to achieve it. Many continue to think about the possibilities of victory through faith, and if in order to be successful. Some think about victory, faith, if, and then dream. Fewer people think about victory, faith, if, and dream, in order to develop a vision. Even less people think about victory, faith, if, dream, vision, and then find their passion. Only a handful of people think about victory, faith, if, dream, vision, passion, and then use all of these things to establish and write down their goals!

Many people set goals and seek to make an honest attempt at achieving them. However, unless a goal is written and committed to memory, it is little more than a wish. I honestly do not believe unwritten goals become dreams or visions. I think these goals are lost, or at least directionless. Goals that are not written are like ships that sail without a compass. They might have a good idea about how to get to the end result, but the true path to get to the destination does not exist. I believe it is almost impossible to complete a worthwhile goal without a well-thought out, written plan! As a side note, there are some people with beautiful minds who can memorize things without writing them down. If this is you, go for it. However, remember that writing those goals down will serve to strengthen, not hinder the goal-setting process.

We must ask how successful people set self-imposed goals that lead them toward higher achievement. I believe successful people expect victory. To achieve their victory, they strategically plan and write down their time-oriented goals. They allow time-oriented goals become self-imposed goals through creating realistic dates of completion. Successful people can make their self-imposed goals become socially- imposed goals for others. In other words, they do not wait for others to set goals for them. Finally, once their goal is met, successful people set new, higher goals! You too can use this blueprint to achieve your goals. The time is now! Complete a goal-setting worksheet today!

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Affirmation: If I take the necessary step of writing down my goals, I will complete them one by one and ensure successful outcomes.

 

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Happy New Year 2017: Motivation for the World

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Happy New Year from Gary A. McAbee

 

Believe with all of your heart that you will do what you were made to do.

-Orison Swett Marden

Motivation for the World

Wake Up!

Rise Up!

 

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Passion: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

 

Passion… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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The word passion has several different meanings that evoke strong reactions. My initial reaction to hearing the word is to think of something related to romance. This idea is not incorrect, because passion as it relates to romance is the same as it relates to success. We can also use the definition of passion as a strong desire to achieve victory. It includes all of the components we will use as Motivation for the World. Passion also means knowing what field or vocation you want to be in to make your dreams come true. Let us start firs with passion as a means to accomplish great things.

I believe nothing of major significance has ever been completed without a strong desire to something great. The desire to be great is not an accident. Victory is not achieved by chance. It begins with faith, and the belief that success will come if we state exactly what we want. Then that dream that aligns itself with the right vision. Passion is the spark that continues the process of creating the finished product. Passion has to be involved in every step going forward. If not, the creative processes we all possess will be in constant conflict as we move toward success.

Passion needs to be injected in various stages of the success process you will learn in this book. As a teaser, I will share how passion must take its rightful place during these critical concepts, starting with creating goals. Completing a substantial goal requires a heavy dose of passion and enthusiasm. Goal setting is not the most exciting thing to do, especially when the end results seem so far away. This is why passion always helps; in fact, it can never hurt when setting goals! I sincerely hope that you will remember this as you complete the next call-to-action exercise.

Passion is needed when it is time to build our knowledge base. Success requires embarking on a journey of continuous knowledge and reinvention. Again, this is not the most glamorous part of the process, so an injection of passion will help. Seriously, who like to do extensive research when there are a million better things to do? Not many people, but everyone who wants to achieve any victory has to engage in some sort of self-paced and self-guided study. I call this doing the dirty work that many people never do. Congratulations if you are the one who can do this without much motivation. For everyone else, add a little passion while building your knowledge base.

 

Affirmation: I will find my passion and use my God-given abilities to pursue the outcome I desire.

 

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The “Start” of Your Success: The Election of 2016

Now that the Election of 2016 is over, there are many things that I could say about the outcome. To be clear, I wanted Hillary Clinton to win. To be transparent, I am an ardent supporter of President Barack Obama. To be honest, I am in shock that Donald Trump is the President-elect. Some people see his win as a tragedy. Others see it as an opportunity. Either way, I am here to say neither of these positions is right; neither of these positions is wrong. A Donald Trump Presidency is neither the beginning of the world, nor the end of it. It is all a matter of perspective and how our beliefs are shaped and molded by politics and our current elected-officials.

I am here to offer a way to change your perspective and hopefully change the way you think now that this election season has come to an end.

The start of your success is the Election of 2016.

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I have always been an advocate of “self” as a gift from God: we have the ability to increase (or decrease) our self-motivation, self-reliance, and self-improvement. Notice that these three characteristics have nothing to do with who is the President of the Unites States. Too many people falsely believe that someone or something other than their God-given abilities is the reason for their success, or the reason for their failure. Honestly, the Presidency of Barack Obama, though very inspiring and uplifting to me personally, did little to increase or decrease my standing in this world. Instead, my rise or fall could only be attributed to one cause: me! The same is true for you! Therefore, neither Donald Trump’s victory nor Hillary Clinton’s loss (nor Barack Obama’s exit) should have a tangible effect on your daily output, productivity, and success.

How to deal with the apparent setback if your candidate lost…

Regardless of who sits in the White House, that person has no true responsibility for your happiness or your level of success. It is up to you! Your new task is to accept the fact that life is full of possibilities waiting to be discovered each day. Opportunity abounds! Now is the time to open your eyes and seek new challenges. Now is the time to take a risk. Now is the time to tell someone you love them. Now is the time to focus. Now is the time to be proactive. Now is the time to press on. WAKE UP! As you can see, if you choose not to do these things, the world may give you a different result than you were expecting.

How to deal with the apparent victory if your candidate won….

Regardless of who sits in the White House, that person has no true responsibility for your happiness or your level of success. It is up to you! Your new task is to accept the fact that life is full of possibilities waiting to be discovered each day. Opportunity abounds! Now is the time to open your eyes and seek new challenges. Now is the time to take a risk. Now is the time to tell someone you love them. Now is the time to focus. Now is the time to be proactive. Now is the time to press on. RISE UP! As you can see, if you choose not to do these things, the world may give you the result you were expecting.

This election has proven to me that personal responsibility, a renewed commitment to excellence, and increasing knowledge are a few of the bedrock principles that will lead to success. Successful people define and expect victory. They build seemingly endless reservoirs of faith. Successful people believe in the power of thinking in terms of if and when things will happen. They dream and use their vision to see what success looks like and how it will ultimately feel. Your success neither depends on any elected official, nor does it depend on who is supposed to be leading you. Your success ALWAYS depends on YOU!

It doesn’t matter if your candidate lost. If you must, use it as motivation to get your house in order now. Get motivated and move forward!

It doesn’t matter if your candidate won. If you must, use it as motivation to get your house in order now. Get motivated and move forward!

Either way, you win! The start of your success is the Election of 2016.

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Vision: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Vision… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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By definition, vision means we have been given the power to see what we will or may become a reality. It is called vision. We can use our vision to see victory. We can use our vision to see the results of activating our faith. We can use our vision to create if statements that have meaning and purpose. We can use our vision to dream about the possibilities of a brighter tomorrow. It should probably scare, and then excite us when we realize we really can see the future. It does not matter how far away we believe we are from the future we want. We can see our ultimate destination: success.

One of the greatest gifts given to man is our ability to imagine, and use what we “see” to create a vision. To be clear, I need to establish a clear distinction between the vision of the eyes (natural), and the vision of the mind (spiritual). These are two totally different things that can disrupt the process of success if they are not separated. Remember this fact: we cannot trust the natural vision we have from our eyes. It is created for us. On the other hand, we can trust the spiritual vision we have from our mind. It is created by us, a gift given to us from our Creator.

Wait what… we cannot trust what we see? This is 100% correct. For all the non-believers, I need to have you complete a short exercise. Use your natural vision (or imagination) to look (quickly) in the direction of the sun. How big does it appear to be? Now look up the real dimensions of the sun. The object you saw and thought you knew based on your natural vision is actually a lot larger than it appears to be. Your natural vision let you down in terms of identifying the true size of the sun. If it can let you down here, believe that it can, and does, let you down all the time.

Instead, we need to focus on the spiritual vision we create in our minds. This is the ability to create through our imagination anything we can conceive. It is a scary thought that we have the ability to put ourselves in any situation and visualize it over and over again. Yet this universal skill is right there for the taking. In fact, we use our spiritual vision all the time without even realizing it. Today, you visualized yourself doing something in your mind that was totally different than what you were actually doing. You might have seen something from yesterday. You might have seen an event in the future. Either way, you used your spiritual vision to see something that is not actually happening in the present moment…

 

Affirmation: My gift of spiritual vision will work to attract the resources readily available to achieve the ultimate victory I will attain.

 

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Dream: Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time

Dream… an excerpt from the soon to be released book:

Motivation for the World, One Word at a Time by Gary A. McAbee

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What exactly is a dream? When we think of dreams, we often think of the visions and fantasies experienced while sleeping. These images have both fascinated and puzzled mankind throughout human history. However, as it relates to Motivation for the World, we need to use the definition that refers to our aspirations as the concept that makes a clear distinction between our nighttime dreams and our success related dreams. Did you notice the definition of dream used here has the words goal and aim attached to it?

We want on focus on dreams that we create by using our conscious mind in order to start the creative process. These dreams go through a filter to determine whether or not they are achievable or unrealistic. I believe we think about the dreams we believe we can achieve, and allow the unrealistic dreams to sit in far corners of the mind. The dreams you think about the most are attainable! The things you give your attention to can become a reality. These are the dreams that should go from thought, to action, to reality. The process of making this happen starts with belief that we can achieve victory.

Is it just me, or does this sound too good to be true? Our society has us brainwashed into believing success is tucked away in some place far away that the “average” person can never find. Success belongs to someone else, not us. So, we should be happy just to get through this life by merely squeaking out an existence. Nothing is farther from the truth! You have already been introduced to the concept of victory. You have explored the power of faith. Through using if and when, you have the capability to dream about things a lot bigger than your current existence. You have the ability to think without limits, and then attract those thoughts until they become a reality.

What is your wildest dream? If we know in advance this dream will come true, I am sure we would start working on it immediately. Yet some still would not have enough belief that it will come true, even it is guaranteed to happen! This is equivalent to turning a definite victory into a defeat. It is a perfect example of the limits we place on ourselves. We limit our ability to dream! We limit our ability to have faith! Those of us who cannot muster up enough faith to believe a dream will come true have a major roadblock to overcome on the road to success. Thankfully, there are endless concepts and tools that can be used to overcome this thinking.

 

Affirmation: I am a dreamer and I have the ability to turn my dreams into the victories I want to accomplish.

 

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