THE LAW OF BELIEF.
Whatever you truly believe, with all your being, feeling and passion, soon becomes your reality. You will always act in manners consistent with your beliefs about yourself. If you believe you can do it, you can.
You do not n necessarily believe what you see but rather, you see what you believe. As a result, you unconsciously reject information that contradicts what you have already decided to believe, whether or not your beliefs are based on facts or fantasy is a story for another day. But, I’ll always advise you to base your beliefs on facts, though you can sometimes base your beliefs on fantasy and still achieve whatever it is you set out to achieve.
The worst of beliefs, which I will however urge you to avoid like a plague, is that of self limitation. Why do you want to limit your self when the Lord who created you has given you limitless potential to fulfill your God-ordained destiny and achieve your goals and dreams ( even if the goals are massive and you feel like crushing under their weight)?
Never, ever, limit yourself. Never, ever, doubt your ability to see your dreams come into reality. That is the worst sin you can commit against God, against yourself and against humanity. Always see a big picture of whatever it is you want to achieve and I tell you, your dreams will be fulfilled beyond your wildest imagination.
THE LAW OF CAUSE AND EFFECT
This is the Aristotelian principle of causality and it basically states that everything happens for a reason. For every effect, there is a specific cause. Every cause or action has an effect, visible or invisible. Now, how does this apply to you as a success seeker?
Success is not a miracle or a matter of luck. You have to work out your success; you have to work yourself out to achieve your set goals. Any successful person you see today hasn’t been sleeping; he or she worked for it. The effect of their working hard is the success we all see and admire, while the laziness and slothfulness of non-achievers is what has brought woes into their lives and we all see them and never wish to be like them. So, the choice really is ours.