Success is just right under our nose or just right in front of your nose.

Success is just right under our nose or just right in front of your nose.

First and foremost, before and while writing now this idea-reality there are countless distractions, distractions I’m aware and unaware of, so many of them are hard-wired to my brain.

The countless distractions/minutae are really getting in the way of my priceless full attention to very important ideas and actions. But I must concentrate relentlessly to very important ideas and actions.

I’m writing now through my very basic pen and paper, a black Pilot Fine ballpen and my notebook with the front cover “Start Your Day with A Big Challenge to Achieve Big Success.”

I remember now while writing, the departed Og Mandino’s words from one of the MP3 audios I listened to so many years ago. It goes like this, “success is just right under our nose or just right in front of your nose.”

I write those words of the departed Og Mandino because there’s one YouTube video I often see whenever I visit the YouTube app and the video is often recommended to me by YouTube app but I’m just really taking it for granted because I don’t know or I’m unfamiliar of the person of the video.

That’s why the departed Og Mandino is right, “success is just right under our nose or just right in front of your nose.”

So as of today’s morning prior to the start of this writing, I give the shot of full attention to watch the video from start to finish twice.

I’m posting this YouTube video now because it’s truly a high level life-changing full attention to give in. It’s really worth it.

I’m posting this YouTube video because of priceless-nonprofit educational purposes for the benefit of relentless unconventional learners and researchers.

My parting words for this post is one of my favorites from African Proverb, “it takes a village to raise a child.”

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Start and Make Your Day and Night As Your Best Ever

Start and Make Your Day and Night As Your Best Ever

I’m not here to tell you now what to do because you really know what to do now.

You really have what it takes.

There are countless information through internet, reading materials, your firsthand experiences, and people you meet and often meet throughout your lifetime.

I’m just here to push you a bit to just do it and correct course along the way, along your day and night, to make adjustments along the way, along your day and night.

Just Do It, start your first step or one step, then always do it with one step or steps that follow.

You really know it. You really know what to do now.

Don’t tell me you don’t know it. Don’t tell me you can’t do it.

Just do it first with your one step then another step and the steps that follow.

I’ll leave now these very important words for you to remember always:

“I don’t divide the world into the weak and the strong, or the successes and the failures. I divide the world into the learners and nonlearners.” —–Benjamin Barber—