Would you be doing what you are doing right now or living your dreams??
Too many people I speak to day in and day out have those 2 things in common :
FEAR and SELF-DOUBT.
That used to be me, just stuck, sick and tired of the same old routine…. 2 jobs, not enough time with the kids, rushing through their homework and missing events, chasing status, and back to work on Monday’s to do it all over again.
I wanted more for myself and my family. I wanted more meaning and didn’t get that from chasing status. I️ had to push past my fears and build the courage and strength to Do and Be different from what I saw around me. That’s where the fear and self-doubt always kicked in and prevented me from doing something different but I overcame.
What are you willing to do different? What can you accomplish knowing that you already have the power?
Comment below and start taking action believing that you have the Power within you to achieve anything!
A task list in my opinion keeps you busy while a Results List helps to keep you productive.
I’m Working on my website and social media content this morning and my goal is to complete as much things as possible off of my RESULTS list over the next few weeks. These are the things that I MUST see accomplished.
Unlike a task list that sits there and reminds me I have to do it but there is no urgency in getting it done. It is just a simple reminder for me.
If this is you then take a minute and review the things you have on your task list and change it to signify the results you are seeking. This will help to ensure that you are intentional about your daily plans and actions and ensures you get it done.
It’s time to get more accomplished and shift from busy to productive.
Successful people never stop learning and growing. There is never a point when they say “ ok now I made it, there is nothing left to do”. There is always another level, and there is always more to learn and more room to grow.
“When 95-year-old Pablo Casals, considered to be the greatest cellist that the world has ever known was asked by a young reporter, “You’re 95. The world considers you to be its greatest cellist; and still, at 95, you practice six hours a day. Why?” He responded, “Because I think I’m making progress.”
Even at his greatest he still believed that there was still room to make progress. Take a look at where you are in your career or business and examine if whether or not there is more you can learn and grow. What’s your next level? How can you work on being greater? How can you use that greatness to help others to be great? How can you add to your greatness? What does your next level look like? Answer these questions then start with small daily goals to get there??