Forcing Success

You can, with enough effort, force success (or force anything) into being.

The question is, why would you want to?

We force the outcomes into being that most reflect unhealed aspects of ourselves. It's a way to say (to others mostly), "See. I'm OK. I'm worthy," without doing the ostensibly tougher work of working on the root cause.

Besides the seeking and not finding, the major problem with such forcing is who and what we use, as well as what we do in the process. Everything becomes a means to an end. Everything becomes a usable — and disposable — commodity to get you what you think you want.

This is not a recipe for integrity and, in the end, we will have to reconcile.

Why not start reconciling now?

Why not work for the sake of work and do so with intensity and love—and let the rest, including the outcome, go?

Could be a recipe for success, if you know what I mean.