Doing well in life takes important decision-making. My success is completely dependent on my commitment to achieve meaningful goals.
When I choose to be successful at something, each decision I make is directly tied to achieving that success. I recognize that having the resolve to hit a target means very few things are allowed to get in the way. Above all, no excuses are allowed
My ongoing goal to receive promotions at work is reflected in the effort I put in. The desired result drives me to push harder and work smarter. Some take opportunities to blame others for not achieving their goals, more likely than not these folks don’t get promoted.
When others try to get me to slow down, I ignore them. It is more important to me to remain focused on my desired results. Keeping the end in mind is all I need to maintain consistent effort.
I choose to be successful with my relationships. Even in negative situations, I am committed to working towards a positive resolution that can strengthen our relationship.
I do my best to nurture my friendships. Feeding positivity into relationships is a conscious step towards ensuring they remain successful. The longevity of those unions is directly related to daily maintenance of them.
Today, I expect success because I make a conscious choice to achieve it. I commit to an ongoing effort to realize my victories. My path remains clear because I avoid letting obstacles distract me.
Training your brain through repetition is imperative. Your sub conscious controls more than you think. You need to write down positive thoughts about yourself and read them daily in order to make your sub reverse itself. Remember 28 days to change habits so start today!
1. How does positive thinking help me to courageously go after difficult goals?
2. Are there external factors that influence how I measure my success?
3. How can I make daily choices that lead me toward my goal?
Till next time,
Life and Business Coach
Life as we know it has changed dramatically through the years.
I was born in July of 1968, and I grew up during the development of this life changing technology, cell phones, social media, flat screen TVs etc. that we are all accustomed too.
Gone are the days of a household watching a console TV on the floor as the family gathers to watch Dick Van Dyke. We now hang them on the walls, and yes I said them as one isn't enough anymore we have placed TVs in all of our bedrooms, kitchens and yes I've even seen them in bathrooms!
I often remember the days when we needed a dime to use a pay phone and nowadays you cant even find one, due to most of us having cellphones, besides the added bill they caused initially I felt it was convenient and traveled well.
Once you could access the internet on them and gain access to apps it all changed. Now trying to have a conversation with someone is difficult, I you need to time your questions at the opportune moment or else you have to continuously repeat yourself due to their not paying attention as they scroll through social media, play a video game on the go or surf the net.
I see family when I'm out to eat and all of them including parents are playing with their phones and not even conversing.
I feel the old adage " A family that dines together stays together" needs to be changed to " A family that dines together with no electronics stays together.
The level of childhood addiction is frightening, it seems that as soon as a child turns two they have an IPAD shoved in their faces and the addiction takes off from there.
There is a reason that Steve Jobs did not let his children use them. If that's not enough to tell you something is wrong I don't know what will.
Till next time