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Thursday, March 3, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"We will act consistently with our view of who we truly are, whether that view is accurate or not."Tony Robbins
 

 

The ability to persevere is active in the decision to muffle that inert voice that tell us we can't and our decision to find our inner voice that simply gives our personal challenges a wink and says, I can, watch me.

 

I can tell you I have a list of things I have accomplished as much as I have a list of personal goals I am going to achieve.

 

Some of my goals for this year are the ability to continue with an exercise routine in a more consistent base, develop a routine for the work I do and to stop my unhealthy smoking habit. 

I hate to admit my flaws and downfalls but isn't that how progress is created, to acknowledge those things we need to work on, to change anyting in business or life is to acknowledge the fact that there is always room for improvement and transition.

The best part, progress is never created from perfection, it is always a result of constant and consistent development.

 

So how do we get from that mindset of I would like to but, I should, I always, I won't fit in, I will standout. 

 

Here are 3 SureFire Ways to sush your inert voice and find that inner voice that creates the momentum to achieve anything you set your mind to.

 

Create your reality.

 

1. Small Goals Create Great Results- We should set challenging goals and take action to accomplish those goals, we don't need to diminish our grandest vision for what we wish to achieve.  So how do small goals come into play?  Small steps with your greatest vision in mind is what gets you there.  Understand that at times we soar and at times we step, the trick is to never choose stagnation.

 

2. Define Those Goals- Take the time to write three things you wish to work on and make a plan of action.  When we become clear about those areas we wish to work on, develop or the things we wish to create and achieve, our mind automatically seeks everything that is required to accomplish the goals we set for ourselves. 

 

With clarity, we are better able to muffle that inert voice that reminds us of our failed attempts or excuses as to why we can't. 

 

3. Expect Failure- Is it failure or a lesson learned?  I like to see challenges, "failed" attempts or inability to achieve as an opportunity to evaluate, learn, refocus and keep going. 

 

Flexibility is imperative when setting goals in business or life.  I don't believe in New Year's Resolutions, however I have come to understand that my ability to succeed at any given time derives from the ability to set goals on a continous bases and under the understanding that I will never know it all, therefore there will always be room to achieve.

 

Go for your dreams, goals and vision for your future and create the life you want.

 

“The secret of success is learning how to use pain and pleasure instead of having pain and pleasure use you. If you do that, you’re in control of your life. If you don’t, life controls you.”

Tony Robbins

 

 

                                                              

 

 

                                                              Dare to Be Great

 

                                                               xoxo <3

                                                                LetyM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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