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How To Achieve Victory

Written by: Dr. Allen Lycka, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


Victory. The word itself exudes a sense of triumph, of overcoming challenges and obstacles to achieve a desired outcome. But what does it indeed mean to experience victory? And more importantly, how can we achieve it in our own lives?

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As a motivational speaker and best-selling author, I have spent decades studying the principles of success and the mindset of those who have achieved it. And victory is not about luck or chance but our daily choices and actions.

First and foremost, it is essential to understand that victory is a journey, not a destination. We often think of victory as a one-time event, such as winning a championship or closing a big deal. But the true victory is a continuous process of setting and achieving goals, of pushing ourselves to be the best versions of ourselves.

One key aspect of achieving victory is having a clear vision of what we want to achieve. Without a clear vision, it is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day and lose sight of our ultimate goals. But when we have a clear picture of what we want to accomplish, we can stay focused and motivated, even when faced with setbacks and obstacles.

Another critical aspect of achieving victory has a positive attitude. It is easy to get bogged down by negative thoughts and self-doubt, but when we focus on the positive and believe in ourselves and our abilities, we open ourselves up to a world of possibilities.

In addition to having a clear vision and positive attitude, it is also important to take consistent and deliberate action toward our goals. This means setting clear, measurable, and achievable goals and then taking the necessary steps to achieve them. It also means being willing to put in the hard work and effort required to succeed, even when it is difficult or uncomfortable.

Fear is one of the most common obstacles people face in achieving victory. Fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of the unknown. But it is important to remember that fear is simply a feeling that does not have to control us. By facing our fears head-on and pushing through them, we can break through limiting beliefs and achieve things we never thought possible.

Another obstacle that people often face is the need for more support from others. It cannot be easy to achieve victory when those around us do not believe in us or support our goals. But it is important to remember that we are ultimately responsible for our success and do not need anyone else's approval or validation to achieve it.

In conclusion, victory is a journey, not a destination. It is about setting and achieving goals, having a clear vision and positive attitude, taking consistent and deliberate action, and facing and overcoming obstacles. By implementing these principles in our lives, we can experience the true meaning of victory and live the life of our dreams.

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Dr. Allen Lycka, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Dr. Allen Lycka is acknowledged as one of the leading cosmetic dermatologists in the world. In 2003, Dr. Lycka was diagnosed with ALS and given six months to live. After fighting the diagnosis, he is here today as a result of his courage and tenacity. Having been given a “golden ticket” Dr. Lycka used his experience to co-author the books The Secrets To Living A Fantastic Life with Harriet Tinka, Pillars of Success with 1 New York Times Best Selling Author Jack Canfield and bLU volume 1 with Corey Poirier. He is the host and executive director of How To Live a Fantastic Life show with 4 million listeners per episode. He is a sought-after speaker.



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