Here is it… THE SECRET 2.0!
This is THE reason I was able to Fire My Boss!
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Here is it… THE SECRET 2.0!
This is THE reason I was able to Fire My Boss!
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Jack Canfield often talks about the importance of taking 100% responsibility for your actions and your results. In fact, it’s his most important Success Principle. You may be familiar with the principle, but are you really practicing it?
Ask yourself the following questions:
- Have you ever blamed someone for something that has happened to you?
- Do you tend to complain a lot about situations that come up in your life?
- Do you ignore the yellow alerts?
- What different actions can you take in order to create a different result?
- The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting to get different results. You have to change how you respond to the events in your life if you want to achieve different outcomes.
We are all responsible for our own actions. You have the power to create whatever you want in your life, you just have to take action. Rather than blame others for your situation, empower yourself to make a change. You always have a choice; choose to make a significant change in your life by how you handle those unexpected things or opportunities that happen in your life.
If you’re looking back on the past year (or 5, 10) and you’re NOT happy with where you are now, IT WILL NEVER GET BETTER.
Not if you keep doing the same stuff that’s gotten you the results you’re not happy with.
… you gotta change what you’re doing!
It’s not working.
If it was, you’d be thrilled with your progress.
But if you’re not, then it’s time to change.
Here’s how to do it:
1. Get absolutely focused on what you really want.
Do this by TURNING OFF THE DAMN COMPUTER
and just writing down the answer to this question:
“What do I REALLY want?”
2. Dump The Crap Out Of Your Brain.
You do this by writing down a huge list of EVERYTHING you THINK gotta do to in order to do what you REALLY want.
Just doing that will kind of “clear it from your brain” and free up space in your “mental computer’s” RAM.
3. Decide what’s doable.
You know that big list you just made that’s probably freaking you out?
Go through it and put star by all the stuff you can actually do.
4. Decide what you can do NOW.
Now. You know all the stuff with stars by it?
The stuff you can actually DO?
Go through all of it and find the stuff you can do in the next 30 days.
Put two stars by those items.
5. Screw the other stuff.
All the other stuff can be dealt with later.
Now – let me address critics in the audience who want to debate whether or not that’s a good strategy.
“Isn’t that procrastination?”
“Isn’t that other stuff important?”
The answer to both questions is …PROBABLY!
But here’s the deal.
You can’t do anything about it right now, and if you worry about it then you’re just taking away focus and energy from the stuff you CAN do.
And that’s not going to get you anywhere.
Also – actually DO the “immediately doable” things for the next 30 days, my experience tells me that your momentum will be so great you’ll actually be able to easily do a lot of the things from your list you originally thought were impossible for you.
You’ll also have new clarity and will probably find that much of the other stuff on the list isn’t even needed.
6. GET TO WORK.
If you get all caught up on the little details, you’ll be in the same place a year from now.
Don’t let that happen.
7. ACCEPT REALITY
You wanna know something?
This is NOT gonna be easy…
But what other options do you have…
To keep living in regret?
To keep looking back year after year NOT happy with were you are TODAY?
STOP the insanity! Follow these steps and make change NOW!
You will be so glad you did!
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No matter how busy you are, make sure to find some time over the next two weeks to reflect, think, give and plan.
The week between Christmas and New Year’s is the ideal time for this. Try to slow things down. Spend time with the ones you love and care about. Take some time to talk with your spouse and kids about goals and dreams for the next year. Use this as a time to recharge your batteries (and not just by watching TV the entire time), and with excitement, think about a handful of changes or additions you want for your life in the New Year.
I believe you will find the act of reflecting, thinking, dreaming and planning (with your family) to be one of the most important exercises you can do that will positively impact the next 12 months.
And, remember, do not neglect to commit yourself to set this time aside, or you will find that the business of life can and will get in the way.
So, let’s all take a moment to gather up the past year of victories and defeats, growing as well as those times of stagnation, and use it to wipe a clean slate and thoughtfully design the next year the way we truly desire it to be.
- Jim Rohn
By Darren Hardy
A lot of jobs that once were, aren’t coming back. Ever. To look for what isn’t there is a waste of time and an insult to your dignity.
If you haven’t noticed, the world has changed — radically. The traditional yellow brick road to success and financial security has imploded. The path to a high-paying job used to involve getting the highest academic degree you could obtain, along with specific technical job skills, to start climbing the ladder. Today, most of the ladders are decimated. If those jobs still exist, the needed knowledge and skills of those jobs have changed… and change again every day. These are the greatest times of opportunity we have seen in human history — but only if you know how to seize them.
To succeed you need to change with the way the world is working now. If you are unemployed, underemployed, or want to take control of your financial future, here are seven strategies to thrive in the new world.
1. Adapt to the new reality.
Over the last decade we have witnessed the death rattle of an era gone by. The corporate structure and monolithic systems of the industrial age have begun to crumble. We are returning to the way we started — as entrepreneurs. When America was founded, the majority of people had their own business, farm, market or trade. People used their skill sets and hobbies to make a living as entrepreneurs. Then the industrial age flipped the ratio and most people became employed by new systems of repetitive labor and mass production. Technology recently wired all of us directly to each other, destroying heavily controlled and highly valued distribution channels, giving every entrepreneur immediate and direct access to a global marketplace of opportunity, right from their fingertips… or laptop. This means competition doesn’t just come from the business down the street, but also from every basement or second bedroom of every home in every city or suburb in every country of the world. You better become a continual learner and constantly improve your special skills.
2. Stop looking for a job and start looking for an opportunity.
Take the skills you have as an employee and turn those into a contract services business. You have an expertise, knowledge and experience in something that’s unique to you. Your skill set might be so unique you don’t even recognize it as personal expertise. What is your experience, knowledge or unique gifts? Ask a good friend, colleague or former employer to tell you. Once you discover your specialization, hire your expertise out, offer it to multiple businesses and entrepreneurs who need what you can deliver. More companies are hiring consultants and contractors for specific projects, specialized skills and services. Bartering services on the Internet are booming — sites like SwapASkil.com, UExchange.com, TradeAway.com and SwapThing.com.
3. What do you have?
What goods do you have that others might want? What goods do you have easy access to that most do not? What goods can you make that people would want? Answer one or more of those questions and take it to market through eBay or an automated Amazon.com store. You also can write about your area of skill or expertise. You can create a how-to information book and sell it through ClickBank, create a podcast or video blog series and distribute it through iTunes or other distributions channels. Follow through on a great idea. There are probably thousands of people who want to know what you know or how to do what you do. Plus, it has never been cheaper to build, outfit and market your business than it is today. Vendors are flexible and partnerships are open.
4. Who do you know?
If you want to calculate your potential for increased wealth, don’t look at your current bank balance, cars or property inventory. Look at the inventory of your high caliber relationships. With the Industrial Age over, we are now in the Relationship Age. Unequivocally, the relationships you build will be your No. 1 asset in these expanding and fast-changing times. Your ability to network is the skill you want to hone, practice and master. Your ability to get to, connect with and establish relationships with important and purposeful people will be your gateway to any goal, destination or aspiration you have.
5. What problem can you solve?
The economic downturn has created a ton of new problems that need solving. Problems are food and oxygen for entrepreneurialism. Those who create solutions to our new problems will become the beneficiaries of these times. Remember, 90 percent of entrepreneurs started out at the bottom, broke or with little capital or savings. Today they are among the world’s wealthiest.
6. Return to self-reliance and self-responsibility.
You make your choices; then your choices make you. Everything in your life exists because you made a choice about something. Choices are at the root of your results. Don’t choose at all and you’ve made the choice to be the passive receiver of whatever comes your way. Most people think they take responsibility for their lives, but many people operate in the world of blaming, finger pointing and expecting someone else — or the government — to solve their problems. You can’t count on anyone else for your success but you.
7. Take control of your future!
Separate from everyone else by developing the mindset, habits, actions and persistence it’s going to take for personal accountability and control of your future. Your soft skills can give you the leading edge. With the mind-blowing velocity of change and throng of competition, the skills needed for success today are less about academic, industrial, or technical training and more about soft skills — emotional intelligence, adaptability, resiliency, relationship-building, accountability, productivity and leadership skills.
There are no secrets, shortcuts or quick fixes to success. It takes hard work, personal responsibility and positive choices. You already know all the information you need to succeed. You just need a new plan of action. Now is the time.
by Jim Rohn
An enterprising person is one who comes across a pile of scrap metal and sees the making of a wonderful sculpture. An enterprising person is one who drives through an old decrepit part of town and sees a new housing development. An enterprising person is one who sees opportunity in all areas of life.
To be enterprising is to keep your eyes open and your mind active. It’s to be skilled enough, confident enough, creative enough and disciplined enough to seize opportunities that present themselves… regardless of the economy.
A person with an enterprising attitude says, “Find out what you can before action is taken.” Do your homework. Do the research. Be prepared. Be resourceful. Do all you can in preparation of what’s to come.
Enterprising people always see the future in the present. Enterprising people always find a way to take advantage of a situation, not be burdened by it. And enterprising people aren’t lazy. They don’t wait for opportunities to come to them; they go after the opportunities. Enterprise means always finding a way to keep yourself actively working toward your ambition.
Enterprise is two things. The first is creativity. You need creativity to see what’s out there and to shape it to your advantage. You need creativity to look at the world a little differently. You need creativity to take a different approach, to be different.
What goes hand in hand with the creativity of enterprise is the second requirement: the courage to be creative. You need courage to see things differently, courage to go against the crowd, courage to take a different approach, courage to stand alone if you have to, courage to choose activity over inactivity.
And lastly, being enterprising doesn’t just relate to the ability to make money. Being enterprising also means feeling good enough about yourself, having enough self-worth to want to seek advantages and opportunities that will make a difference in your future. And by doing so, you will increase your confidence, your courage, your creativity and your self-worth—your enterprising nature.
Watch this quick video I shot today while it was 91° outside…
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If you want to create the life of your dreams, then you are going to have to take 100% responsibility for your life… That means giving up all your excuses, all your victim stroies,m all the reasons why you can’t and why you havent’t up until now, and all your blaming of outside circumstances. – The Success Principles (by Jack Canfield)
“Ninety-nine percent of all failures come from people who have a habit of making excuses.” – George Washington Carver
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