goals

That One Thing

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Let me ask you something. What would you say is the one thing holding you back from your success? You know. What is the one thing you feel you need to make success happen? Think about it for a minute.

Is it more time? What about more money? Maybe your one thing is someone who supports your efforts. Well, listen up. As hard as this is to hear, you've got to find a way to get around it.

For starters, you could work around this by adjusting the steps you're taking. In other words, if money is short right now, figure out what else you can do (toward your goal) until the money situation improves.

Need more time? Try to stop worrying about time. Instead, start prioritizing what's important to you. Example? If you want to succeed at losing weight, make time to walk. Even if it's only 10 minutes. Get walking.

This formula works. And here's why. It works because for every step you take, you’re experiencing immediate success.

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Don't ever allow that one thing to
stop you from succeeding.

Slow It Down

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There’s a definite art form to living your life to the fullest. You've got to be open but structured. Speak up but be a good listener. Go after something but stop if it's the wrong something. What I'm saying here is that you really have to live your life from a place of center.

Know what makes you tick. Know when you need a push. Back off when enough is enough. Don't let your feelings stop you if you need to keep going. If your feelings are helping you experience something you need, feel the feeling and response appropriately.

Living life like an art form isn't easy, though. You're busy driving, working, dealing with stress over money, or lack of time. And, health and energy dictate your output. In other words, it doesn't matter how much you want to do with your life, if you feel depleted of energy, it won't happen.

If you can't structure your life now, don't beat yourself up about it. Your life is asking much of you -- and all at the same time. But at some point, I need you to stop that runaway train. Sooner rather than later you'll need to chop up, break up, or squish up all the things keeping you from the life you're meant to live.

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Mind the Gap

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When I write (or speak) for my audience, I rarely use words like incompetence, mediocrity, outstanding, or excellence. It’s not because I don’t think they’ll understand what I’m saying, but, rather, it’s because I don’t use those words when I think (or explain stuff).

But, when you put all those words together — and in the right sequence — it helps create the picture of possible gaps. So, here it goes:

It takes far more energy to go from incompetence to mediocrity than it does to go from outstanding to excellence.

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