Sounds cliché, doesn’t it? The kind of title a modern day preacher would use to attract masses. Why is it that we find ourselves easily attracted to words or things that make us feel important, valued?

As humans, we are wired to conquer, to make progress, to feel important, to set goals and achieve them; we cannot separate greatness from the human experience. In our world that has become very materialistic, to be “great” to some means having acquired wealth and material possessions. It’s become a word we sometimes don’t know how to relate to and therefore are afraid to think about.

This is where l believe we get things wrong – our definition of greatness. Greatness has got nothing to do with how many goods you have accumulated or money you have in your bank account, but by how well you know your purpose in life and serve it with excellence and passion while impacting the lives of those around you.

Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us – Wilma Rudolph

Here is a challenge for you to begin to think of yourself as a great person. Who you are and what you achieve in life all begin with your thoughts. What are your thoughts about yourself? Do you think of yourself as average or as one capable of coming up with the next billion dollar idea? Nourish your thoughts, and let them pave the way to the life deep within yourself, the one you have always dreamt of living. Your thoughts matter!

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