Are you living your passion?
Have you committed to developing a winning strategy to cultivate greatness?
No person can reach his or her full capacity without being committed to achieving it. Success should not be measured by terms of perfection, which can hardly be sustained, but rather by progress.
When your endeavors fail to attain the status of flawlessness, progress should be the expected outcome. Improvement is insignificant gain when your goals are gargantuan. Therefore, settle on realistic goals based on your passion, which is fueled by your inspiration. Avoid setting goals that are easily achieved. Nor should you set your expectations so far out of reach that you would need wings to reach them.
Believable goals are far better than inconceivable ones. The evidence of commitment is what drives the athlete to perform at their personal best when they have to play extra endings of baseball, shoot one more basketball in overtime or fight one more round when it appears that they are losing the fight.
You should not be overly concern with winning by a landslide, than just winning. Being victorious in any area of life, whether by a large spread or an inch, is still winning. Let’s face it; there are no short cuts to success.
Oftentimes, people want to achieve success at basement bargain prices without investing their time, energy, and resources. My friend, you must discover what is so personally valuable to you that it unleashes the fight in you. It makes you lose yourself in the moment of someone’s audacity to try to take something from you. You growl at the challenges, as a female dog will growl when strangers are trying to take its pups.
Regardless of how you hear others talk about how dreadful the economy is, rising divorce rates and the humongous loss of jobs, do not allow these hopeless individuals to weaken your defenses. Continue to fight for your dream of a wonderful marriage, a successful business, and a powerful and fulfilling life. If you can discover your passion in life, it will begin to spill over into other areas of your life as well.