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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Success Soup - Y is for Yearn

There are a lot of words that you can use to describe wanting something - want, desire, quest.  But I am going to suggest to you that if you really want to succeed, those terms are simply not enough. 

Yearn is defined by Random House as:

"to have an earnest or strong desire; to long"


When we first fall in love, we yearn to see the other person.  If we could transfer the intensity of that particular moment in time to our desire to succeed it would become tangible, palpable.

Yearn isn't passive.  It is active and it is powerful.  Yearn stresses the depth of the passion of your desire.

Yearn for success.  It is worthy of your passion.   Reach out.  Touch it.  It is there for the taking.

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If you missed any of the Success Soup blogs, click below:



Success Soup - Never Say Never




Success soup - U is for Uber-anything

Success Soup - V is for Velocity

Success soup - W is for What if? and Why not?

Success Soup - X marks the spot

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