So what is it that you want? Have you some goal or objective you have been trying to reach for years but you never seem to quite get to it?
Try writing down your goal 15 times every morning for the next month. Example: I, Dennis Higgins will become a business owner. Once you have written this down 15 times then say it 15 times allowed and then 15 times in your head.
This helps to focus your mind and your memory on a very specific thing. ‘I, Dennis Higgins will become a business owner’. This is said to allow one to notice things in your environment that might have already been then and you just haven’t noticed them. Through memory and repetition trick allows extra information in.
‘What you know doesn’t mean shit! What do you do consistently? – Tony Robbins
Someone asked me what has been one of my most significant challenges throughout my life. My response was to live a disciplined life. Much of our personal behavior is predicated on how we view the world. We tend to prefer information that confirms our existing beliefs. We like to believe adding new processes, policies, procedures, and habits will transform our lives without retiring old mindsets and ways of living that no longer serves us. When you add anything in life, you must subtract somewhere else. Each day you must be brutally honest with yourself as it relates to who you are, what you want, what you need and how you serve others. The challenge is not just to do good in life, but to be good and at peace within.
There is no better use of a life than to be attentive to other people’s needs. I have come to realize that everyone is always in need of something that another person can give. Be it undivided attention, a kind word or deep empathy. The reality is this, most of us spend more time following than leading. More than ever we desperately need sterling leadership. The fundamental characteristic of leadership is the ability to manage oneself. The secret to personal growth as a leader is always to remain curious. A great way to learn is to teach. Learning happens when you acknowledge what you do not know. When one teaches, all parties end up growing and winning.
Self-imposed fears and your unwillingness to be uncomfortable will always present barriers to your success and leadership. Your choices always have real consequences. So do not hide your best self from others. Understand anything that deviates from the status quo is frightening but worthwhile. On your journey of self-discovery you will be taken through front doors, back doors, side doors, and no doors. No matter what lies ahead keep moving forward and never give up!
– Coach George Raveling