Plant. Water. Prosper.

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It’s amazing how you start with a simple idea (planting the seeds, in other words, sowing the seeds), then you continuously improve on that idea or upgrade it in every little aspect (watering religiously) and afterwards, enjoying the benefits (watching it prosper) of your hard work/fun.

Planting the seeds

For me, planting seeds can mean so many things.

Seeds = different areas of your life

  • Relationship
  • Financial
  • Spiritual
  • Physical
  • Intellectual
Relationship(s)
The first relationship that any person should invest time, actions and faith is the relationship with God. The times when you think you have no one else to turn to, that you are at your weakest, you must never forget to hold on to Him. But why should it be only when you are on your downside? I’m very grateful for all the people who tell me that they are more in touch with God in times of their greatest triumphs (working hand in hand with the Law of Attraction). Next is your relationship with your family and friends. Value the time you spend with them. Appreciate all the things they do for you (however minute or large scale they may be).

Watering the seeds religiously

I can always relate “watering the seeds of your life, religiously” to one word.

Persevere.

I’ve always based all my actions in this word, persevere. Even in my favorite catch phrase, “In all things, persevere” (copyright pending). Which I know, a lot of people may not agree. But in reality, and in different books published by famous writers, in talks of renowned speakers, in one way or another, they’ve all drawn a path towards successful people being able to achieve their goals, and dreams due to perseverance.

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