Success is something you attract by the person you become.
If “success” is your primary objective, you probably won’t get it. Chasing success is like chasing happiness or your shadow. You can’t pursue it directly. Both success and happiness ensue from something far more fundamental — WHO YOU ARE. Success comes from consistency to your vision and values. Although difficult because of the added noise that comes from getting into the so called “Rat Race”, becoming successful requires remaining consistent to your vision and values — WHO YOU ARE. Success is over-rated. It’s the game most people are playing. And it’s generally a losing game. A bigger and better pursuit — with far less competition — is being able to maintain a daily life without doubt in your faith and remaining happy regardless of whatever challenges may be happening in your life. Each day and moment is a success because you’re alive. This constant daily state of zero doubt and happiness is what makes the difference between believers and unbelievers. Between successful and REALLY successful people. You cannot believe 95% of the time and always expect 100% results. Remember, consistency is the evidence of belief. Keep smiling at the person in the mirror.
Doubt makes room for fear and anxiety leading to a distorted view of your fantastic ability to overcome anything. It undermines your faith in you and your Creator. Be consistent.