Intentional Accidents

Nothing happens by accident.

If you don’t have a goal in mind then your goal won’t mind…not pulling through for you.

Hell, even if you do have a goal you need to believe in it in order for you to attract it.

You attract who you are, not what you want.

You do this by acting as if you already have what you want to achieve.

Be intentional about what you want and act towards achieving it.

Become success-conscious in order for you to attract success.

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Sometimes the Hardest Things in Life are the Most Simple to Change

@TheUltimateMuse: I didn’t fail the test. I just found 100 ways to do it wrong.
– Benjamin Franklin

So I guess I’m finding ways that don’t work for me with the crappy sales week I had.

Maybe that’s a good thing.

That I suck in sales?

…Nah man I guess you can’t be doing the same things and expecting different results.

And boy have I NOT been getting the results I’ve been wanting lately hey.

Aint that some shit.

…I guess it’s not rocket since after all.

If you want different results, take different actions.

Until you get the right results from these different actions…

The Real Reason Why She’s Kicking Your Ass

There’s a book called “The Slight Edge.”

Not sure if I’ve ever blogged about it but even if I did, it’s worth mentioning again.

A longtime friend of mine gave it to me to read once upon a time.

It spoke about how going that one extra mile, that slight edge, adds up eventually.

Next thing you know you’re way ahead of everyone else because your small efforts accumulated into something huge.

Were when once it seemed meaningless, but now the efforts are bearing fruits.

For the whole world to see.

Because of that slight edge…

Or something of that nature.

By Joel Esteen it’s actually Jeff Olsen I believe.

Will upload a photo of the book.

It makes my top 5 must reads.

Just thinking about it now because of this lady that’s kicking my ass in sales.

All because she was working on a craft in the beginning, day in day out.

It’s because of that Slight Edge that she’s now making it look so “easy.”

The Resolution of Love

Waiting for the guy who is going to cut my hair to be done with styling two ladies.

So much work goes into installing a dead person’s hair on your head…only to see it get worn out and itch.

The outcome makes it worth the effort though if you are for that kind of thing.

Was thinking of bailing out and going back to the room that I’m renting, but decided against it because of who I will find waiting for me there.

Relationships can be exhausting, sometimes.

Maybe I’m just looking at this from a flawed perspective.

Especially when both parties do not communicate their vision.

People see things differently.

Not communicating these differences might even lead to fights.

And end up listening to meaningless conversations with people who are having other dead people’s hair being pasted on top of their natural hair, because of avoiding the one person you claim to love more than the rest…

As Neale Donald Walsch of the “Conversations with God” series put it, ask yourself: “What would love do now?”

Communicate more about our beliefs and how we would like things to be so to spend less time arguing for one.

A simple thing to do if we put our pride/ego on hold until progress towards finding a resolution has been initiated.

And that is my lifetime resolution.

Happy New Year.

I love you.

Thank you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Long Live to The Spirit of the Nation Long Live

Some things are just too heartbreaking to write about.

But in it’s own way writing can be healing.

He’s every where now…pun unintended.

On the TV.

Newspaper ads.

Even as I type this in the taxi back to town from Randburg, the driver is opting to play some Phil Collins (that “one more night” song) as opposed to hearing struggle songs or radio DJs asking people, the nation, to share their thoughts on his passing.

It was an eventuality what hard to accept.

Such are the stages of moaning.

That’s one example of a man who didn’t die with his book still in him.

“Death is something inevitable.

When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace.

I believe I have made that effort and that is, therefore, why I will sleep for the eternity.”
~ Nelson Mandela

Most Are Temporary Lessons Are Eternal

What I have noticed in life is that if whatever you are focusing now is not making you happy, then some way, some how you pull in more of the things that will make you even more unhappy.

So your current situation is a temporary one…depending on what you focus on.

But sometimes it’s not easy.

Especially when all that you can think about is how shitty things are for you.

So turn your focus to one sole goal of you thinking of that one better feeling thought…

What can you tell yourself or what can you think about that will take your focus away from how bad things are, to how better things can be for you.

Seek for that better feeling thought.

And then another one.

And another one.

Until you become almost indifferent about your current temporary challenges because you are focusing all your attention and actions to improving it.

I love you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Have Selective Listening To Negative Influence

“I realized early on that success was tied to not giving up. Most people in this business gave up and went on to other things. If you simply didn’t give up, you would outlast the people who came in on the bus with you.” ~ Harrison Ford Actor

It’s All In The Mind

You know, I did have a tough day today.

Usually I can keep it masked, but today the agony showed.

I was in what Tony Robbins calls a ‘disappointed state’

Something I promised my sales coach I will never be in because sales is a mental game.

Even if I’m on zero sales even after most of my day is spent, things will turn around…but only if I change and control my thoughts.

And guess what, after consulting with the right people AND never feeling sorry for myself, I eventually pulled through and broke through my mental barrier.

Hence me going home now with one sale instead of a doughnut.

The unexpected coaching and complements was a nice touch.

I’m deeply grateful.

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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