Tag: motivational

What if?

How long will it take for you to realize your potential? Today? Tomorrow? Next week? Next month? Next year? When will you finally act on those dreams of yours? What if you would have applied for that job? What if you said “yes,” to that date? What if you got back up when things got

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Invest in Yourself

Are you serious about getting to the next chapter in your life? If so, what steps are you taking to ensure it happens? Here’s a tip: If you’re truly serious about your future, you need to start investing in the following things: education motivation determination a vision desire goals objectives your health benchmarks a target

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Self Reflection

Self Reflection: What does it mean to you? Depending on your values, attitude, and daily rituals, not taking time to self evaluate (reflection), could hold you back from making necessary improvements and adjustments. “Self Reflection is a meeting you should never cancel.” – Jay Shetty Self Reflection requires you to always stay humble about your

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Take Control of Your Morning

Happy Monday! I can’t even lie, I absolutely love Monday’s! (reference: Happy Monday) This is the first (work) day for you to execute your morning rituals. Do you know that how you start your day will help determine your level of success? Be honest with yourself and answer this question: When you wake up in

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Setting Yourself up to Win | Make a Schedule

Part of being an effective leader is understanding how to lead yourself, too. It starts with managing your daily, weekly, and monthly schedule. It is called: setting yourself up to win. I use the Self Journal to validate my goals, daily and weekly. (13 weeks per Journal) If you don’t establish an agenda, objectives, and

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The Hypothesis | Your Goals

The hypothesis: To reach your goal, you must do the following things: work hard stay committed in the presence of adversity adapt to your environment exercise patience and consisted action The reality: People quit due to the following reasons: they experience short-term adversity other people disapprove or question their goal or vision they get distracted

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Take Risks | Challenge your Comfort Zone

Life is about taking risks, right? Then why do so many people constantly worry about the repercussions of taking them? Risk-averse: Also known as not living your life. If you don’t take risks and avoid operating in conditions that present unfamiliar opportunities, you will not be successful in reaching your goals. What are you avoiding

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Take Action | Talking is not Enough

Telling the world what you’re interested in doing is not a bad thing. In fact, it demonstrates that you have a vision. However, until you put those words into action, they simply remain words. If you speak highly about a person that you care about, show them. If you talk about being good at something,

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