31 Positive Affirmations for Success in Life

31 Positive Affirmations for Success in Life

Here are 31 positive affirmations to help you achieve success in every aspect of your life. Use these on a daily basis to reframe the negative thought patterns that are holding you back into positive ones that will help you achieve the success you desire.

“It is just as easy to think of a mountain as to think of a hill – when you turn your mind to contemplate it.” ~ Robert Collier

Here are the in-depth affirmations with self-reflection questions…

“Changing seasons inspire me to revisit success strategies.”

One of the few constants in life is change. I embrace the fact that transformations around me require a new mindset to handle them. Looking at seasonal shifts inspires me to reevaluate my strategy for success.

I know that being consistently successful requires adaptability. My ability to adjust my approach as things evolve is what keeps me winning.

Just as my wardrobe changes for the seasons, so do my success strategies for changing circumstances. Although I have set goals today, I am willing to explore a new path for achieving them.

Fresh scenarios push me to find ways to make the most of them. Opportunities that come my way deserve to be investigated to the fullest.

It is possible that my willingness to look at alternative strategies opens up possibilities for greater or quicker success. Very rarely do I close doors that open up to me. I consider them inevitable and full of promise just like the seasons of nature.

Being prepared for future possibilities is a sure way to make the most of them. My eyes and ears are ready for whatever the seasons bring. I am poised to capitalize on what is in front of me in order to achieve success.

Today, I appreciate changes that prompt me to be creative. My life is filled with several paths to success. I am open to taking each one at the opportune time.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How much wisdom do I gain from paying attention to my environment?
  2. How easy is it for me to alter my strategies when faced with the unexpected?
  3. How do I know when it is time to adjust a strategy?

“Collaboration promotes greater achievement.”

I treasure the special people in my personal and professional life. They are an integral part of my team for setting and achieving objectives.

Ego has little room in my interactions with others. It is important to put aside pride and maintain focus on the common goal. I acknowledge that I only have some of the answers. It is easy for me to call on others when the solution requires broader input.

The creativity that goes into achieving goals is possible through the ideas of various minds. It is exciting to hear what others have to contribute. I respect their talent and intellect. There is so much to learn from those around me.

When I feel frustrated from searching for an answer, I readily bounce my thoughts off another person. I achieve newfound clarity when I hear someone else’s views on the situation. It is a rich experience to share in the solution.

Togetherness means agreeing to disagree as long as that is best for the whole. I am willing to step back from my perspective for the betterment of the team.

My most rewarding accomplishments are those that come from teamwork. I enjoy collaborating with others because solutions appear quicker. I am effective as a leader because I inspire my team to participate fearlessly.

Today, I find joy in having willing collaborators around me. I love having smart minds and open hearts on my team.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How do I go about giving everyone equal opportunity to lead?
  2. When is it time for me to take the lead in a team effort?
  3. How often do team efforts result in the desired outcome?

“Consistency is a key to my success”

Thankfully, I enjoy successes in my everyday life. I realize that my behaviors, choices, and emotions play a large role in my being successful.

Although I have many personality characteristics that compel me to do my best and achieve my goals, I find that my consistency is an important key to my success.

Reflecting occasionally on my capacity to be consistent is integral to my accomplishments. In striving to be consistent, I apply logical thinking. I endeavor to be orderly in my efforts. And I put all my energy into what I am doing at the time.

Striving for consistency also gives me persistence. I stick with a task until it is completed to the best of my ability.

Consistency comes with a guarantee: if I continue diligently in focusing on a task, apply organization, and use logical thinking, I succeed. I firmly believe that my success is largely due to my ability to be consistent.

Another positive aspect of consistency is that I set an excellent example to others to be logical, orderly, and focused.

Today, I am pleased when I reflect about how consistency pays off for me in my daily life. I know I can continue to be consistent at home, with friends, and at work. I am successful because I am consistent.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How important is consistency to me?
  2. Would people who know me describe me as a consistent person?
  3. Do I want to improve my level of consistency? If so, how can I do it?

“Each failure brings me closer to success.”

Failure is my friend. It might sting a little at times, but I understand that failure is my ticket to success. So when I fail, I just pick myself back up and happily continue moving forward, knowing that I am now closer to success than before.

Failure is a great teacher.

I learn everything I can from each failure. My understanding grows when I fail. I adjust my approach to make it more effective based on what I discovered in the failure.

Failure strengthens my spirit and inner resolve. I learn how to overcome disappointment and obstacles when I fail. I am unstoppable because of the failures I have endured in the past.

I am free of the fear of failure. Failure is a welcome passenger on my journey toward success.

Others may allow failure to stop them in their tracks. However, I use each failure as a motivation to continue progressing toward my goals. It is easy to be motivated by failure, because it means I am getting closer to success.

I can move from one failure to the next while maintaining my enthusiasm. As long as I continue to try, I can accept failure.

Today, I face my challenges directly and put forth my best effort. I accept any fails that come my way and resolve to double my efforts because I know that each failure brings me closer to success.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What has been my biggest failure? What could I learn from it?
  2. How would I live my life differently if I believed that failure was a necessary part of success?
  3. How have I let a fear of failure influence my life?

“Each successful step on my journey indicates that I am on the correct path.”

Sometimes it is hard to feel confident about my choices in life. When the outcome seems disappointing, I start to doubt my decisions. But if the outcome supports my morals, I know I am on the correct path.

I measure success by my moral compass. Integrity is something I stand behind 100% of the time. If I reach a particular end by being true to myself, then I know I have achieved success.

Hard work is also very important to me. At times, it feels like my hard work hardly pays off. But I focus on how proud my achievements make me feel. That proud feeling I experience when I complete something through hard work is enough to make me feel successful.

I know I am on the road to success when great opportunities come my way. When contemplating a career change, I look for all the signs.

Sometimes financial blessings come at the same time as new opportunities. I view that as a revelation that I am heading in the right direction. I see it as confirmation to use the additional income to further my career desires.

Each time I overcome tough situations, I see my character building. It shows me that I am successfully becoming a strong, well-rounded person.

Today, I commit to following the directions that life gives me. I am armed with solid morals to help me make positive decisions. I am confident that this approach can only result in success.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. In what ways do I balance my desires while still maintaining my integrity?
  2. Why do I feel impatient when things are happening at a slower rate than I desire?
  3. When my kids experience setbacks, how do I encourage them to keep pushing forward?

“Failures and setbacks are the stepping stones to success.”

It is impossible to be successful 100% of the time. Failures and setbacks occur every day to everyone that is attempting to achieve big goals. My motivation and commitment stay high in spite of any obstacles along the way.

Each failure and setback actually bring me closer to success. I use each challenge as a way to learn and fine tune my approach.

When I fail, I immediately look for the lesson that is included with every failure. As long as I am able to learn something from a failure, I am happy.

I have a system. I fail and adjust my approach with my new knowledge. Then, I fail again and adjust my approach further. Then I do it all again. All the while, I am moving closer to achieving my goal.

In this fashion, step by step, I can achieve my heart’s desire.

Any goal with a lot of obstacles has few real competitors. Most people shy away from such hard goals because of the challenges. However, I am motivated to continue. The fact that everyone else is afraid to fail makes me more motivated and determined.

I know I can reach my goals as long as I persist. Where others give up, I keep going.

Today, I accept my setbacks and failures. I learn everything I can from them and keep moving forward. They are the stepping stones to my success.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What could I learn from my last failure? How can I take full advantage of it?
  2. Do I allow failures and obstacles to derail my efforts? What has that cost me?
  3. What could I achieve if I learned from each failure and never gave up?

“Hard work and determination are the foundation of my success.”

While I appreciate luck when it comes my way, I prefer to rely on my work ethic to create the change I desire in my life. My work ethic and determination are under my control. With these two things, I can accomplish any goal I set.

Obstacles are a small matter for me. I just keep working when faced with a challenge. Every obstacle falls away when faced with hard work.

 As long as I persevere, I can overcome any challenge, obstacle, or setback.

My success is under my control. I am free from relying on outside influences to bring me success. I can take the majority of the credit for my achievements. I do have help from time to time, but the majority of the credit belongs to me.

I take full responsibility for my successes and failures. I prefer it this way.

Sometimes, success takes longer than I thought. I avoid feelings of resentment and frustration. I also resist the urge to give up. At times like this, I redouble my efforts and determination.

 I have confidence in myself to succeed where others fail.

Today, I am focused on taking responsibility for the outcomes in my life. I remind myself that hard work has been the foundation of my success. My determination for success is at an all-time high.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. When have I given up on a goal too soon? Why did I quit?
  2. If I never gave up, what could I achieve?
  3. What are my goals? What am I willing to sacrifice to achieve them?

“I achieve greatness by pushing the limits.”

Limits are established to give my life safe boundaries. I respect the limits I have drawn out for myself according to my values. While limits are often helpful in keeping me on the right path, limits placed on me by others can be restrictive.

There is a difference between living by responsible boundaries and stifling my inner self. There are pieces of me that need to be allowed free reign. When I recognize a new talent within me, I pursue it with passion to achieve greatness.

I push the limits by pursuing creativity rather than results. Slowing down to take my time allows me to develop my creative side. By focusing on the process instead of the product, I refine my skills and find my passion.

My creativity is limitless. Even though I have an amazing career in my field, I can still pursue other interests. I give myself permission to read information, take classes, and even venture out to try new things.

There is no reason why I should only do one thing with my life, because I am multi-faceted. I allow myself to explore and experiment with new things. The only way I can find out what I like and what I am good at is by trying a variety of different things.

I push the limits by asking questions. I seek answers for myself straight from the source. I filter the things I have learned from my parents, friends, and even the media by reading reliable book sources.

Today, I choose to live beyond my limits in order to identify my passions and achieve greatness.

Self-Reflection Questions: 

  1. What is the difference between safe boundaries and stifling limits?
  2. What are some interests I would like to pursue?
  3. Why is it important to ask lots of questions?

“I am a magnet for success and good fortune.”

I am drawn to success and success is drawn to me. We coexist in the world. I have a knack for choosing the best path to any success. My natural instincts pull me to my goals.

I am fortunate. Many people consider me to be very lucky. When I need something, it appears in my life. I have a strong connection to the universe. I am given what I require. However, I find that I receive the most when I am diligent and proactive. Good luck, good fortune, and good timing go hand in hand.

I am grateful for all that I am receiving each day. The more grateful I feel, the more I receive. I rejoice in the good fortune of others, too. This generates good will and strengthens my relationships.

I work hard for success and good fortune. The harder I work, the more good fortune and success I experience. I am willing to take responsibility for my life. There are numerous small advantages that I make the most of each day.

I have strong relationships with others. This creates many opportunities in my life. Good opportunities are presented to me on a regular basis.

Today, I am opening myself to greater success. I draw success and good fortune to me like a magnet. I deserve success. I am aware of my objectives and work toward achieving them each day.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are the greatest opportunities in my life right now?
  2. When have I been the most lucky?
  3. Who and what am I fortunate to have in my life?

“I am investing in the right set of tools to help me become a success.”

Because I believe in the value of my goals, I invest in the tools I need to achieve success.

I wouldn’t drag together a pile of scrap wood and rusted nails and expect to be able to build my dream house. Instead, I take the time to draw up plans and make lists of all the supplies I might need.

While I am always careful about waste and extravagance, I am willing to invest in quality supplies in order to create a house that is not only beautiful, but can withstand the elements and endure the test of time.

I do the same in my personal and professional life. I take the time to make sure I have thoroughly explored the options and that I have a clear picture of my goal.

I plan, research, and enlist the advice of others so I can have a realistic idea of the skills needed to achieve my goals. Once I have a strong understanding of my plan, I acquire the necessary skills and resources.

I know what I want and I am willing to make the necessary investments of time, energy and money to make my dreams a reality.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. Do I have a clear picture of my goals?
  2. Have I taken the time to figure out what skills I may need to achieve my goals?
  3. What investments are necessary to succeed?

“I am moving toward prosperity.”

Every step I take moves me closer toward a life full of prosperity. I know that it can take time to achieve my prosperity goals. I am willing to put in the time and energy.

My current situation is irrelevant. Regardless of my current finances or other popular measures of abundance, I know that my life is becoming more abundant each day. I am certain this is true.

I measure prosperity in many ways: finances, health, love, fulfillment, and enjoyment.

I can already see how my life is changing.

I am taking steps each day to create greater levels of prosperity. I avoid the belief that I can enjoy prosperity through my thoughts alone. I am willing to accept the responsibility of creating abundance in my life. I am in control of my outcomes.

I believe in my ability to create and enjoy a prosperous existence. I can easily see the future I desire in my mind. I am surrounded with an excess of everything that I need for a full and complete life.

My daily life and activities reflect my desire to be prosperous. I take the necessary action and hold supportive beliefs to encourage prosperity into my life.

Today, I am moving closer to a prosperous life. I take action each day to make real progress. Each day brings me closer and closer to the abundant life I desire.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What have I done in the last week to create greater prosperity in my life?
  2. What do I believe I will gain by living a more prosperous life?
  3. How have I made progress in my life over the last five years as it relates to prosperity?

“I am open to the opportunities that life presents.”

All the opportunities I need to create an amazing life are all around me. I only need to open my eyes and my mind to see them. I find comfort in the fact that the world provides all the opportunities I need.

My mind is open to possibilities. I am sensitized to my goals and immediately spot any opportunity that serves me.

When I see an opportunity, I seize it!

I avoid allowing good opportunities to slip away. I know that I must make the most of each opportunity if I want to experience life to the fullest.

Noticing opportunities only helps if I take advantage of them. I respect the assistance that life is trying to provide me. I show my respect by taking action and showing persistence.

My goals help to decide the opportunities that life creates and presents. I am clear on my goals so I have countless opportunities. I express my gratitude for each opportunity, which ensures that I have even more of them in the future.

Today, I am opening my mind to all the possibilities that exist in the world. I am committing to aggressively pursuing the best of those possibilities. I am open to the opportunities that life presents to me.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What is the biggest opportunity I have allowed to slip by? Why did that happen?
  2. What are the best opportunities I have available to me now?
  3. What would my life look like in 10 years if I took full advantage of the opportunities I have today?

“I am successful.”

Success comes naturally to me. I am successful in my career and in my endeavors at home. I accomplish great things with ease.

I have success in all areas of my life.

 My relationships are positive and loving. I seek connections with those who uplift me. I support my friends and loved ones in both good and challenging times. I make strengthening my relationships a priority.

I take action for success in my career. I am focused and confident. I finish my work and help my coworkers. I network outside my office. I build a support group that helps me succeed.

I develop habits that bring financial success. I save regularly, invest, pay my bills on time, and follow a wise budget.

The way I spend my time makes me successful.  I know which tasks deserve my attention first and last. I know who to connect with when I need help.

Despite my success, I am humble. I am grateful for my skills and talents, and I accept praise with humility. I am thankful for each gift from the universe.

I celebrate my success. I take pride in each accomplishment. I know when it is appropriate to share my successes and when it is better to let others shine.

Today, I acknowledge my success and feel gratitude for the gifts that help me succeed.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How can I share my successes without boasting?
  2. What can I do to increase my success?
  3. How can I accomplish more with my talents?

“I appreciate small successes that lead to greater goals.”

My approach to small successes is to be thankful for being able to achieve them. I know that taking little steps is what leads to eventually reaching significant targets.

I take on challenges that I know I am able to conquer. I avoid overwhelming myself with the enormity of a mammoth end result. Instead, I focus on manageable goals along the way and celebrate the small victories.

Debt sometimes seems like an unending challenge. When I look at my overall debt, I feel discouraged. At times, I feel I lack the resources to clear what I owe.

But I give myself credit for the small, consistent payments I am able to make each month. I set manageable repayment targets for myself and feel encouraged when I make those payments.

My career plans are moving along nicely because I am focused on the journey at hand. I avoid looking at how much further I have to go. I work with today’s goals today.

Today, my small successes have a huge impact on how proud I feel about myself. I know that being able to reach small goals consistently proves my ability to reach larger ones. I commit to keep persevering on the road to greatness.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are some of the things that my success teaches me?
  2. Why is it important for me to acknowledge the small achievements?
  3. In what other areas of my life do I see improvement as a result of achieving small goals?

“I define success on my terms.”

My success is unique and I am the only one who can characterize it.

I appreciate the successes of those around me. I can learn from them and enjoy their achievements. I appreciate my own success, even if it is not the same as others. My success is determined and defined by me. That is what matters most. I can see the progress I make and only I will know where it came from.

It doesn’t matter what other people think about my progress because I build momentum on my terms. Others have their own ideas of what success means to them, but I have my own mind to create goals unique to me. I let go of worrying about what others think and I embrace my goals with passion.

My success is perfect for me! I am proud of my progress and I celebrate each success, whether big or small.

Today, I choose to focus on my own progress and celebrate each success on my journey. And when I do, I feel satisfied knowing that I can surpass any goal I have set for myself.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What areas have I defined as successful?
  2. How does my success make me feel?
  3. How have I celebrated my success?

“I have the necessary qualities to be extremely successful.”

Success is important to me. Enhancing my life and capabilities makes me feel good about myself. I am fortunate to be blessed with qualities that support my efforts to be successful.

I enjoy setting worthwhile goals and achieving them. Setting goals provides a framework to guide and shape my future. Setting goals is exciting and satisfying for me.

I take time each day to review and update my goals. I also review my progress toward those goals. I keep myself fully informed of my current status.

I work diligently toward my goals each day. I know that hard, directed work ensures that I reach my goals. I am willing to work hard.

I learn from my mistakes. Each mistake provides me with an opportunity to learn and better myself. I strengthen my ability to be successful with each failure. I am free of the fear of failure. Failure is my friend.

I persevere. I can outlast my failures and competition. I continue until I reach my goal.

These are all qualities I need to be successful. As I build on these qualities, my ability to be extremely successful grows. I have everything I need to reach my goals.

Success is mine.

Today, I strengthen my ability to succeed. I develop my skills each day. I have the qualities necessary to be extremely successful.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are my greatest attributes and how can I leverage them to be more successful?
  2. What are my most important goals?
  3. What are the greatest obstacles to achieving my goals?

“I set myself up for success.”

I lay a foundation for success. I make my own luck when I turn my ideas into action. I aim to top my last performance. I always win when I surpass my previous expectations.

I set realistic goals. I challenge myself without overreaching. I visualize my desired outcomes and maintain my commitment. I create intermediate targets that help me to evaluate my progress and boost my motivation.

I manage my time. I minimize distractions and keep my eye on my priorities.

I leverage my strengths. I understand my talents and abilities. I look for opportunities where I can make a contribution. I collaborate with partners who share my vision.

I gather resources. I acquire new knowledge and skills. I do my homework and line up the funds and expertise necessary for my projects to flourish.

I invite feedback and support from others. I listen with an open mind to constructive criticism and use it to enhance my performance. I reach out for assistance and guidance when I need it.

I overcome obstacles. I learn from setbacks. I persevere until I achieve my objectives.

I take care of my health. I eat nutritious foods, exercise regularly, and go to bed on a consistent schedule. I deal with stress safely by taking frequent breaks and developing relaxation methods that work for me. I keep my mind and body in peak condition.

Today, I plant the seeds for my future success. I develop my capacity to accomplish great things.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How do I define success?
  2. What does my inner voice tell me about how I can become successful?
  3. How does celebrating the success of others create more good fortune for me?

“I start every project with a successful end in mind.”

I have a great work ethic, which comes from a positive mindset. I believe I have what it takes to make every project a success.

I approach each new project with a clear purpose and high expectations. I know that I get out exactly what I put in and that thought allows me to contribute a maximum amount of effort.

I make a list of any possible challenges I may encounter and devise a plan for combating them. This helps me move smoothly through each phase of a project.

My critical thinking skills also help me achieve success. I take an impartial view of the project and keep the final product in mind. I start over or make changes if I notice flaws in my formula.

Personal and professional projects get the same amount of attention. Even working out at the gym deserves a structured approach. I set my fitness goals and create a timeframe for achieving them. I believe that I can reach my goals as long as I stick to a structured plan.

Today, I commit to treating every project with the same level of importance. When I take the same approach each time, I can guarantee a successful outcome. My mission is to achieve a positive end result.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How can I change my approach if I see things going off-track on a project?
  2. What are the benefits of being a quick thinker who can make last-minute decisions?
  3. When have I been able to effectively handle a situation that turned out differently than expected?

“I successfully manage challenges in life.”

Life is a true joy that I embrace each day. But even in my wonderful existence, there are times of trials and tribulations.

When I experience troubling situations, I am confident that I can do whatever is necessary to resolve them.

When I face a challenge, I summon my inner strength. I give myself positive messages. I say things like, “I know I can do it.” I might even smile to myself when I am in a tough situation. I do these things because I know I have made it through many stumbling blocks before and can do so now.

I see the challenge as just one more opportunity to show I can overcome and continue to live the way I truly deserve to.

I can make it through anything. I face every challenge and rise above each one. My personal strength sustains me throughout each of these experiences.

Dealing with challenges allows me to expand my repertoire of skills.

I ask myself if I need to call someone for help. I examine my options to resolve the issue. I weigh out the possible solutions. I decide which plan of action can best lead me to a successful conclusion.

Today, I know I can meet head-on with any difficulty that comes my way. I am destined to live a beautiful, tranquil, and successful life. I am living it today and every day.

I am proud of the way I handle my life challenges so successfully.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. Do I successfully confront challenges?
  2. How do I go about handling a troubling issue?
  3. What can I do to successfully deal with a challenge when it is ahead of me?

“I welcome new training and tools. They help me remain successful.”

To maintain my success and continue to move forward, I always strive to better myself.

I have many tools that help me be successful in all areas of my life. I also welcome new tools to help me deal with new situations and strengthen my current tools.

New training can increase my knowledge and bring new skills to my toolbox. There are always new techniques to help me become more successful. I look forward to learning these new skills for greater success.

I am always trying to better myself. The one sure way to do this is to accept and welcome new training and tools as they become available.

Self-improvement is important in all areas of my life and learning new things helps me ensure my success.

I recognize the many benefits of welcoming new tools or training: a better job, better people skills, more friends, and updated information. They also bring different ways to deal with conflict and stress, encourage enlightenment, and much more.

Today I will remember that remaining successful is important to me and remain open to new training and tools. I will seek out one new skill to add to my toolbox.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are some benefits of welcoming new tools or training?
  2. How do they help me remain successful?
  3. What are some areas in which I could use some new training or tools?

“My stride towards greatness is impossible to break.”

I step through life with fervor and grit. There is little value in dragging myself along because that approach is unfulfilling. When I put on the armor of drive and determination, I am unstoppable.

When I am on a mission, my eyes are fixed on the finish line.

The fluttering feeling in my stomach is constant whenever I am on a journey towards something wonderful. I smile from the inside out when I think about where I am heading. Having a purpose and knowing the satisfaction that awaits is enough to push me.

Making major life changes is sometimes intimidating. But I know myself well enough to know that I have what it takes to succeed at anything I put my mind to.

Big adventures, such as moving halfway across the world, bring a sense of excitement that fuels my journey. The difficulties that I encounter are temporary because I creatively find solutions.

I push through anything that is in the way of achieving what I set out to achieve.

At times, I may feel a little disheartened by the challenges, but that only lasts a little while. I remind myself of what I am capable of and instantly feel revitalized.

Today, each step I take towards achieving my goals is powerful. I see only the light at the end of the tunnel. I am victorious over each distraction because I know where I am going.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What fuels my determination to succeed?
  2. What does success look like to me?
  3. How do I know how much worth to place on obstacles that appear unexpectedly?

“My unique skills are helping me reach new levels of success.”

I have unique skills that bring value to my work. My abilities are helping me climb and reach new levels of success. I am a valuable member of the team at work.

My unique background and experience gives me a different perspective at work. I see how to solve challenges and complete projects with ease. My skills are appreciated by others because they see I care about my work.

I am advancing in my career with each step I take.

My unique abilities help me focus on daily tasks while planning for the future. I balance current needs with future strategies.

My bosses see my dedication at work and encourage me to continue. I bring positive qualities to each project we start and finish. I am reaching new levels at work with each completed project.

My coworkers encourage my success. They see my abilities to reach new heights and help me achieve them.

My goal is to add new achievements to my career. Success is part of my overall plan for stability and financial peace. I work hard each day to provide for my family, and they understand it is part of my mission to triumph at work.

Today, I remember that my unique skills are an important part of my goal to reach success.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How can I use my skills to advance at work faster?
  2. How do I ensure others see my contributions while keeping my humility intact?
  3. How do I get my coworkers to contribute to my goals at work?

“Repetition makes me more successful.”

I learn through repetition. Practice increases my chances for success. Through repetition, I turn individual acts into positive habits.

I know that accomplishing anything worthwhile requires time and effort. I develop patience.

My practice sessions are strategic because I assess my performance. I identify areas where I want to make progress and then focus my attention there. I spread out my practice sessions and create lessons that I can hold onto all my life.

I can apply repetition to any aspect of my life.

When it comes to my health, I establish a daily routine that protects my physical and mental wellbeing. I go to bed and rise at about the same time each day. I plan meals and snacks that provide seven servings of fruits and vegetables. I jog before work each morning or spend my lunch hour at the gym.

At work, I create systems to speed up administrative tasks. I rehearse important presentations so I can get useful feedback. Then, I refine my performance.

As a parent, I realize that my children often need to hear the same messages over and over again before they sink in. I drill them on the proper way to cross a street safely and how to wash behind their ears.

Today, I remember why repetition is worthwhile. Practice reinforces my knowledge and skills.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What conditions enable me to practice on a regular basis?
  2. How can I deal with distractions that arise while practicing?
  3. What are effective rewards I can give myself for practicing consistently?

“Success is measured by my impact on the lives of others.”

There are few things in life that give me satisfaction and joy beyond words. My success is measured by the impact that I have on the lives of others.

Each day, I commit to doing something meaningful for another human being. When I set out with this mission in mind, I connect to what it means to live for others. There is a true sense of fulfilment when I am able to steer them toward greater happiness.

When I only focus on my personal accomplishments, I feel like something is missing from my life. I know that my existence is meant to influence others.

My job as a teacher is meaningful when I see my students implement what they learn from me. The results are proof that I am doing what I set out to do with teaching.

I dedicate a portion of my earnings to getting a young person through school. I start with a basic subsidy then move on to playing a bigger role.

Sometimes being a provider means more than just offering financial aid. It means serving as a role model and encouraging others to excel. I relish the idea of being a living example of hard work and dedication.

Today, being successful through outreach and charity is my focus. The outcome of another person’s exploits through my assistance is my measure for success.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. In what ways do I influence the kids in my community?
  2. How often do I volunteer for outreach projects?
  3. How do I know when I am doing enough to impact the lives of others?

“Success is my natural state of being.”

Success and achievement are as natural for me as breathing. I continue to be one of the most successful people I know. I seem to find a way to succeed where others fail. I have a knack for success.

I regularly achieve my goals and objectives in new and clever ways. My approach to life and success are evolving and maturing.

I am becoming more efficient and effective over time. My ability to accomplish amazing things is becoming stronger. I feel excited when I consider my potential.

When I struggle, I know that I am still a successful person. My natural state is success. Removing the things that are in the way of my abundance allows my natural success state to re-emerge. It is easy for me to find my way back to success. I know that I already have everything I need to be wildly successful.

I understand what makes people successful or unsuccessful. I am a student of success. As I learn more about high-achievers, I achieve at a higher level. I am fascinated by success and failure.

I examine each success and failure I experience and learn as much as I can. I avoid allowing such valuable lessons to go to waste.

Today, I feel optimistic and successful. I am making new distinctions that can catapult my success in new and exciting ways. Success is my natural state of being.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. When have I been most successful?
  2. What are the most common causes of any struggling I experience?
  3. What can I do right now to ensure that I am more successful?

“Success is my teacher.”

I learn from success. I analyze actions that bring me the results I want. I follow my passions and concentrate on what works for me.

Success helps me to identify my talents. I make an inventory of the activities where I excel.

My victories show me how to leverage my strengths. If I thrive on working with people, I may choose to become a counselor or a salesperson. If I have a creative flair, I may decorate offices or design custom jewelry.

My triumphs encourage me. I feel inspired knowing how much I can achieve.

While success is a valuable teacher, I keep my gains in perspective. I know that life is full of ups and downs. I appreciate my good fortune and persevere through challenges.

I develop faith in myself and realize I need to keep learning.

I document my accomplishments. Keeping records helps me to spot patterns and understand my work style. I see that I shine when I create intermediate deadlines or collaborate with a partner.

I ask for feedback. Family, friends, and colleagues give me insights into my abilities and performance.

I study the progress of others. I investigate why they stand out from the crowd.

Success helps me to create a roadmap. I budget my resources, set goals, and make choices that maximize my opportunities.

Today, I inhale the sweet smell of success. Studying my victories shows me how to fulfill my goals.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are 3 words I associate with success?
  2. How does success help me to form positive habits?
  3. How can I use my accomplishments to boost my confidence?

“Success is the result of my thoughts and actions.”

My thoughts are the genesis of my success. Thoughts lead to actions which lead to results. I can control my thoughts, actions, and results. This means that my success is under my control.

My thoughts lead my actions. I understand that thoughts are insufficient to change anything other than my actions. I avoid believing that my thoughts are enough to create. My thoughts give rise to my actions. That is the purpose of my thoughts.

Thoughts are only the beginning, but they are critical. Success begins with the thoughts I think each day.

The thoughts I choose to think can affect my mood, perspective, and enthusiasm. I have the power to think, rationalize, and make positive decisions. Wise decisions lead to effective actions.

It is ultimately my action or inaction that is the creative force in my life.

Any action has a result. By taking effective actions, I can accomplish anything. I carefully choose my actions in accordance with my goals. Before I take an action, I ask myself what I expect to accomplish with this action.

Today, I am committed to thinking positive thoughts and taking effective action. I am creating success today. I am aware of my goals and I take the steps to make them a reality.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What do I think about during the day? Are those thoughts likely to lead to actions that will bring success?
  2. What was the primary cause of my last failure?
  3. What steps do I need to take today to reach my goals?

“The key to my success is working diligently.”

Having the feeling that I am successful makes my spirits soar. I realize that I enjoy the good life I have because I work diligently and take the necessary steps to ensure that I achieve my goals.

I see that I have a responsibility to myself and my loved ones to create the home I desire, the job I yearn for, and the relationships I seek. To do all these things, I must have specific goals set for each of these areas of my life.

My goals are magnetic. When I decide what I truly seek, I am drawn to do whatever it takes to reach it. Having the ability to focus on a single future accomplishment ensures I work my hardest to achieve success.

Although there are days that I feel stumped or bogged down in my efforts, I know that keeping my eyes looking ahead to what I want can help me persevere. I sharpen my focus on what I am working on.

If I want to succeed, then I must put my nose to the grindstone, keep my effort going, and continue moving forward.

Today, I intend to work with great energy toward one of my life goals. I know I have the power to construct the life I want. All I have to do is keep working diligently.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. Do I see myself as successful?
  2. How do I feel about the effort I put into meeting my goals?
  3. What steps can I take to ensure that I work hard enough to achieve success?

“The taste of success intensifies my drive to achieve more.”

Day to day achievements give me a strong sense of pride. Each successful result encourages me to do what is necessary to experience more of the same.

At work, being acknowledged for my efforts inspires me to continuously produce at a high standard. I am a reliable employee because I am fully dedicated to my responsibilities.

When I participate in physical activity, I compete with myself as my only rival. It is important to set my own standards and exceed them each time.

Having an improved running time is a consistent goal of mine. Each time I exceed my previous record, I am thrilled. It motivates me to surpass that accomplishment on my next run.

Financial success comes when I am able to afford the things that are important. As I acquire one thing, I immediately start pushing to acquire the next one on the list.

Being successful does something positive to my mind and soul. My motivation to keep going comes from knowing what it feels like to win.

Today, I am a proud go-getter. Challenges are appealing to me because I believe in my ability to overcome them. Each victorious experience fuels my drive to find another. My life is filled with enriching and triumphant events.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How do I measure my own success?
  2. What are some of the things that I value about life experiences?
  3. What other experiences drive me to be persistent and strong-willed?

“Today is filled with opportunity.”

Each day is unique and provides unique opportunities. The key is to keep my eyes open for the vast possibilities each day presents.

I have all the opportunities I need to accomplish everything I desire.

Opportunities are constantly presented to me. I do a great job of noticing these opportunities. There are so many that I sometimes miss a few here and there, but I recognize the vast majority of them.

There are more possibilities presented to me than I could ever use or need. I am so thankful for such an abundance of opportunities to accomplish anything I can imagine.

When opportunities seem scarce, I know I am just failing to notice them. I take comfort in the knowledge that this ability is totally under my control. I remind myself to pay attention and keep my eyes open. As soon as I do this, I quickly see everything I have been missing.

Opportunities are easy to spot if my attention is focused on identifying them.

I can easily look at my life and see all the opportunities that have passed by me. While some might be regretful, I find it motivating to look at them. It reminds me that opportunities are constantly presented to me.

Today, I am open to new and existing opportunities. I am in tune with my environment. I know that today is filled with opportunity and I am committing to making the most of it.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What are the three biggest opportunities I have missed in my life? Why did I fail to notice them or act upon them?
  2. What are the three biggest opportunities in my life right now?
  3. Where can I look for more opportunities?

“When my open arms give love, I gain success.”

Each morning, I recommit to living with a higher purpose. My open arms give love to others and gain success in return.

I open my arms to others by serving as a listening ear or a shoulder to cry on. Letting others know that I am here for them teaches me to live life selflessly.

When I take in the heartache and difficulty being faced by someone else, it eases their pain. It is my brotherly responsibility to ensure that those around me are comforted. Their well-being is just as important as my own, and I vow to take care of it.

I also open my arms to those who feel unloved. Each chance I get, I tell others how important they are. I encourage them by showing them their value.

When I choose to live for others more than myself, success comes my way. My choice to sacrifice my own comfort for that of someone else is rewarding. Gratitude is poured into my life and I am positively overwhelmed.

Although the future is sometimes unclear, I avoid feeling doubtful. When I keep my mind and heart open to possibility, I often receive it.

Today, my arms are a vessel for receiving and giving goodness. I love what they symbolize in my life and the lives of others. Love and blessings abound when I choose to share myself with others.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. In what ways do I share myself with those around me?
  2. When is it enough to just listen to someone express themselves?
  3. How eager am I to dive into the unknown?