The Secret of Success

A. Continuity  

Big achievements are built on many different small achievements, which are achieved by the continual conscientious application of time, effort, focus, and awareness.  The gap between current achievement and desired achievement is the result of some derivation of these four things.  Concerting consciousness on time, effort, focus, and awareness,   reduces defects.

The measure of success is metred by:  Being and Knowing.

For maximum physical achievement, time and effort must be the bar to which you measure your improvements.  Time & effort without focus & awareness becomes wasted time and effort.  Your psyche`s being and knowing will acknowledge it.  Being and knowing reflects in your purity.  Radiance is a by-product of being and knowing.  Lack of radiance is also being and knowing – that something about your morality (i.e. truth) is not in line with the laws of the universe.

Right effort (the fifth spoke on the Dhamma wheel) is equally as important as the other spokes of the wheel.  The weakest link in a chain is the strength of the chain.

"Judge your success by what you had to give up in order to get it".

But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.

                                                                                    Isaiah 40:31