Robbins then shares his “4-square” system (belief, potential, action, results) as well as how these elements are vital to momentum. He notes that we all begin from a place where our beliefs about our potential is strong, which determines the actions we take and fuels the results we will achieve. In essence, your results reinforce your beliefs; therefore, changing your beliefs will change your view of your potential rather than changing your potential or taking further action. Going the distance, or following through, encourages you to visualize what you want, know why ...more
Change and discomfort in life are sometimes intimately connected. They go together like thunder and lightning, exercise and endorphins or popsicles and sticks. Evaluate change and discomfort separately to design workable solutions to your challenges.
Do what you love.What defines you?Put hard work into pursuing your passion. Find a way to innovate it. Hard work plus perserverance plus impact equal successful innovation. Serve people with your passion. If it solves a problem or a need, people will pay you for it.
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Whatever it is called: fufillment, personal development, self improvement, living the life you dream of - it isn't quick and easy but it is achievable. It is an ongoing process. If you want to make personal changes follow these 3 basic steps:
1. Visualize yourself as you want to be. Be specific as you imagine what your change looks like, feels like, tastes like, smells like, sounds like. The more details you fill in the more clear it becomes.
Can you imagine the chaos on a highway with no organized travel routes? Cars would be going in all directions at all speeds until accidents and collisons made movement impossible. Gridlock. Reading and following road signs, mile markers and gps are good ways for us to get our bearings, measure our progress and keep on going to our destination when we are traveling by vehicle. They help to organize travel making driving less confusing and more efficient.
Have you ever been sitting in a restaurant looking over a great menu and when it's your turn to order a meal, you momentarily draw a blank? Hmmmmm. You can't think of anything so for a few seconds you sputter. You were just carefully considering several appetizing food selections and now . nothing. You can't figure out what you want and it is disconcerting. So you settle. You order something because it will do. It sounds okay and you need to get your order into the kitchen.
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