Your Highest Vision of Success

What is your highest vision of success? Is it becoming the president of a company, a successful entrepreneur, a famous artist, writer, actor, etc? Do you dream of creating a life where you can finally sit back and enjoy it? And are you one of those who will work harder than everyone else, rise earlier than them and make the most sacrifices? And where does true happiness with yourself and your relationships fit in all of this?

What is  your highest vision of success? 

Is it becoming the president of a company, a successful entrepreneur, a famous artist or maybe leading a political movement that actually changes your country? 

And where does family life, inner peace and solid happiness for you, yourself, play in all this? 

Most people tell themselves that first they’ll accomplish their highest dream, then they will focus on their happiness. “Right now, sacrifices must be made”, is the going philosophy. This idea, although is true in the general sense, will cause you to sabotage the success you are fighting for if not applied correctly. It will cause an individual to fight endlessly only to end up in despair. And if they do manage to climb their way to the top tier, they will find themselves so wound up in obligations and political traps that they will not be able to extricate themselves and finally focus on that happiness that has been on hold for such a long time. Their only way out, then, would be to completely fall out of orbit, creating a giant spectacle as they burn through the atmosphere of their social circles and public opinion. 

Since this option is worse than hell, itself, of course no one will choose it. Sometimes Life chooses it for them by creating a life-threatening emergency or massive emotional breakdown. Sometimes your world will have to be burnt to the ground for you to finally walk away not giving a damn about any of the soul-sucking mofos that have been plaguing your reality. Then you finally set yourself on a journey to reclaim your happiness. 

This is not the situation for most people, though. In fact, it is quite the opposite. The majority of ostensibly successful individuals walk through their lives bound by social obligations that they would not have chosen for themselves, and of which they can see no way to rid themselves of. They just accept these things as perennial requirements to stay in business. They, thus, can never truly be happy. 

There is a way around all of this though. It is possible to have it all – the success you envision and the happiness to go along with it. But you have to weave in the true happiness from the very beginning. This is the only way to train your social circles to treat you the way you wish to be treated; in fact, to train them to see you as the person you really are. You will be able to be open and honest with them because they know the true you and can stand with you when you are low and soar alongside you when you reach your mountain peaks. 

Having solid friends and intimate relationships like this are key things to make or break your future happiness. If you don’t have, or make, these kinds of relationships (starting now), you will find yourself in a castle filled with people who are there to use use for their own social rising.

This is not the situation for most people, though. In fact, it is quite the opposite. The majority of ostensibly successful individuals walk through their lives bound by social obligations that they would not have chosen for themselves, and they can see no way to rid themselves of them. They just accept these things as perennial requirements to stay in business. They, thus, can never truly be happy. 

There is a way around all of this though. It is possible to have it all – the success you envision and the happiness to go along with it. But you have to weave in the true happiness from the very beginning. This is the only way to train your social circles to treat you the way you wish to be treated; in fact, to train them to see you as the person you really are. You will be able to be open and honest with them because they know the true you and can stand with you when you are low and soar alongside you when you reach your mountain peaks. 

Having solid friends and intimate relationships like this are key things to make or break your future happiness. If you don’t have, or make, these kinds of relationships (starting now), you will find yourself in a castle filled with people who are there to use use for their own social rising.

It will be empty and soulless. And this, in my opinion, is also worse than hell, itself. Or, maybe, it is hell itself. Why would you choose it? 

It will be empty and soulless. And this, in my opinion, is also worse than hell, itself. Or, maybe, it is hell itself. Why would you choose it? 

You don’t! Of course you don’t. Or at least, not consciously. You do create it, though. You create it by putting your true happiness on hold while you focus on becoming that blazing star for everyone to see. They way to create a life of happiness in all areas are to be true to your own voice and learn to keep your ego at bay when you are rising high. If you start to get carried away by ego because of your initial success, you will also start to create that hell situation mentioned above. You will also create this situation by not being absolutely true to yourself. Why? because you will create relationships that will always see you as an alternate, no-real, version of yourself. When you need solid support, they won’t know how to offer it because they don’t know the real you. These two happiness traps are so gradual that unless you are aware of what to look for, you will not see it happening. 

Here's what you can do to ensure that you not only rise to your highest idea of success, but that you carry along your true self and solid relationships in the process.

Here's what you can do to ensure that you not only rise to your highest idea of success, but that you carry along your true self and solid relationships in the process.

Current Friends & Family

  1. Learn what it means to be true to yourself in all areas of your life. Practice it faithfully – even when it causes you to sacrifice immediate success or lose a person in your life.
  2. Learn to distinguish the voice of your intuition and follow what it says to do. 
  3. Develop a routine where you spend time alone in nature and let your mind wander. 
  4. Develop a journaling routine. Write out all your thoughts, complaints, wishes, etc. Let it pour out. Also, ask questions to yourself here and let yourself answer them. New logic and/or inspiration tends to come through here but which normally gets stuck in the pipes when you are in your regular thinking mode. 
  5. Be true to your friends.
  6. Be available to your most important people and let the conversations be supportive of them, meeting them where they are at. Never judge them! And never think you know more for them than they know for themselves, even if you have a lot more experience. Let them be. Let them screw up. Love them anyway. This is how it has to be to be real. 
  7. Share your true feelings, vision, doubts, etc. with your closest people. Do not attempt to impress them. Always communicate with them. Don’t expect them to automatically understand what you are doing and/or going through. Admit when you are wrong or made a mistake. Try to do better next time. 
  8. Commit to loving yourself no matter what. This means, when you experience failure, especially if you are to blame for it, you will choose to still love yourself and let it all be. 
  9. Do all this in the cracks and corners of your life while you maintain your main success goal as the center piece. Once you are in the position where you can shift more time and energy to your relationships, then start spending more quality time with them. They will still be there if you have not sabotaged the relationships by being an ego maniac or thinking that your success makes you superior in any way. 

Starting New Friendships

Sometimes your old circles cannot continue on to your next levels of life because they cannot grow with you. Indeed, your closest circles are often the ones who hold you back, so you have to cut them lose or create a great divide between you in order to advance to the dream life you envision for yourself. To not be alone (for long!) you will need to develop new relationships. To ensure they are able to go the distance, you want to practice all the things mentioned under the current friends and family column. But, you must make sure that you are choosing the right people to develop these deep trenches with. Here are some qualities to look for:  

  1. They inspire you.
  2. They are better than you at a lot of things. 
  3. They have a wide vision of life. 
  4. They are open to new realities and possibilities.
  5. They are able to admit when they’re wrong. 
  6. They value you when you are not proving anything to anyone. 
  7. They love a lot of the same things you do. 
  8. They have the same core values as you. 
  9. They listen to you as much as you listen to them. 
  10. They can handle the high winds that come with flying high. 
  11. They are loyal and do not gossip about others, ever. 
  12. They believe in your highest vision of yourself. 
  13. You believe in their highest vision of themselves. 
  14. They are centered in who they are and don’t need others to prop them up.
  15. They don’t need to impress anyone. 
  16. They are not going to publicly embarrass you. 
  17. Your interactions enliven both of you (or all of you if it’s a group of friends). 
  18. You love to go do things together, travel together, etc. 

If you learn to follow your intuition and trust the process of life, Life will bring these types of people into your experience. But it starts with being absolutely true to yourself, because the greatest individuals can smell a fake from miles away, and when you are not being true to yourself, you’re being a fake. 

There are a lot of other things you will need to ensure your happiness long-term, but they will have to be spelled out in future blog posts. These things are about your emotional well-being. If you’ve suffered trauma in your life, you carry the scars everywhere you go until they are finally healed for good. Great relationships, although required for true happiness, cannot happen if the individuals are broken inside. Also, if you are a wounded fighter, you will be more likely to experience insecurity, fraud syndrome and the sense that others do not value you the way you know you deserve to be. This will cause you to need to prove things to others, which in turn causes fake people to be drawn to you. This cycle creates the hell scenario mentioned above. The journaling and time spent in nature can help you find your way to the right places to get the healing you need. They will also help you develop your intuition. 


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