Thursday, April 18, 2013

Following YOUR Path...

                                                                                             Following YOUR Path...


Simple is always better. It adds clarity and focus.

Here are four simple
truths we all know, but, for many
of us, fail to use to our advantage.

We will continue with updates from Allison
next week and Sarah the following week.

In the mean time: simplify your life


Simple Truth #1
There are 24 hours in a day. Every day - for everyone. How you prioritize the things you do in a
given day,week, month and year determines what you will accomplish. "I don't have the time" is
actually another way of saying "it's not as important". If it is TRULY important to you, you'll find a way to make the time.

Simple Truth #2
Never failing is a result of never trying. The more you fail, the more likely you are to succeed.
No matter how many things you try that fail; just keep trying. You must fail if you want to succeed.

Simple Truth #3
Our attitude is the most influential and powerful tool we possess. As the late Earl Nightengale pointed out in his program Lead the Field; great attitude = great results, fair attitude = fair results,
poor attitude = poor results. People don't develop great attitudes because they are successful, they become successful because they have great attitudes.

Simple Truth #4
Fear is the main reason most people never reach their goals or take a chance or try something new.
We fear everything - failure, embarrassment, rejection, ridicule, change and even success!!

Ask yourself what would the worst possible outcome be if you did ????????. Chances are, in the big scheme of things, it's nothing to really worry about. Take a deep breath, swallow the fear now that it's in perspective and get busy.


Good Reads

Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable - Seth Godin
The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly? - Seth Godin






















3 comments:

  1. Great post Al and SO true. Few people are handed success on a silver platter -- don't be afraid of getting a few bumps and scratches on your road to success!

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