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Success vs Significance and the difference between the two from my point of view is up on iamnecole.com!

Success vs Significance and the difference between the two from my point of view is up on iamnecole.com!

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My idea of success has changed. Read why I stopped chasing success and started seeking significance on iamnecole.com

My idea of success has changed. Read why I stopped chasing success and started seeking significance on iamnecole.com

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The truth is…

The truth is…

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Is the woman who waits the winner in the end? See my conversation about this with relationship guru Rob Hill Sr. on IAmNecole.com, in my new series “Conversations”.

Is the woman who waits the winner in the end? See my conversation about this with relationship guru Rob Hill Sr. on IAmNecole.com, in my new series “Conversations”.

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Keep this in mind ladies!! Happy Valentine’s Day!

Keep this in mind ladies!! Happy Valentine’s Day!

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It wasn’t until I started reading up on The Law of Attraction that I started realizing how truly powerful the mind is. There was a point in my life that I felt things would not happen for me for any given reason. ‘I won’t have the same success as such and such because of this’ ‘that would never happen to me because of that’ its a very dangerous way of thinking and you begin to marginalize your own life without even knowing. It’s one thing for others to not believe in you, but when you don’t believe in yourself, it’s destructive. It wasn’t until I changed my way of thinking that I truly changed my life. Yes this will happen for me. Yes I deserve this and I’m gonna get it. It’s important to be aware of those negative thoughts that may be holding you back from reaching your highest potential and work hard to change them into positive thoughts. Daily affirmations. Constantly Visualizing yourself where you want to be and most of all believing in yourself and believing that your dreams will eventually become your reality.

It wasn’t until I started reading up on The Law of Attraction that I started realizing how truly powerful the mind is. There was a point in my life that I felt things would not happen for me for any given reason. ‘I won’t have the same success as such and such because of this’ ‘that would never happen to me because of that’ its a very dangerous way of thinking and you begin to marginalize your own life without even knowing. It’s one thing for others to not believe in you, but when you don’t believe in yourself, it’s destructive. It wasn’t until I changed my way of thinking that I truly changed my life. Yes this will happen for me. Yes I deserve this and I’m gonna get it. It’s important to be aware of those negative thoughts that may be holding you back from reaching your highest potential and work hard to change them into positive thoughts. Daily affirmations. Constantly Visualizing yourself where you want to be and most of all believing in yourself and believing that your dreams will eventually become your reality.

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A Lesson On Being Selfless..

Last weekend, I was sitting in the car with a friend and she said, ‘You know, Necole, you are so selfless. This whole weekend should have been about you, but you went over and beyond to make sure that it was about your friends and the people around you. Do you know how much more you will be blessed’.

And I thanked her but told her that it wasn’t always like that for me. I do admit, I spent a huge part of my life being very selfish. I didn’t know any better. I was an only child.  I didn’t learn to look out for other people or take other people’s feelings in to consideration while growing up.

Just recently, while reading the Alchemist, it made me remember my past life, before I started challenging my fear. I lived a very mundane life with a set routine. I would go to work 9-5, get off work, go to school, party with my friends every Friday and Saturday, rest on Sunday and get up on Monday and do it all over again. I was living a simple life, and as part of my daily routine, I would call my mother every day during lunch break to catch her up on what was going on in my life.  In all honesty, I spent at least half of the time on the phone with my mom, complaining about things like school, my job and plenty of senseless things that mattered to me at the time but looking back, should have been the least of my concerns. But nevertheless, it was all a part of my routine and it made me feel better.

One day, before my lunch break, I was sitting at my desk and I received a text from a friend. It read, ‘I am so sorry to hear about your mom. They announced in Church last Sunday that she only had two weeks to live’.

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