There is one undeniable truth about value that we all have to admit.
If you’re not willing to be uncomfortable you won’t be successful.
No matter how much — or little — you earn, getting by is a struggle for most people.
Have you ever noticed how your rate of change is directly related to your level of urgency and intensity?
Let’s be honest, you can spend years of your life wondering why you aren’t in a job that makes you happy. Why you wake up every day in business relationships that are negative — draining you of your ambition and joy.
You got up when the sun came up in order to make it to the fields to tend to your crops. If it was planting season then you had a specific job to do.
It’s easy to forget all the things you promised yourself you would do. Those New Year’s resolutions. Those commitments.
You’ve been there before. Looking around in disappointment at where you are. Wondering how you ended up here. Again.
We all start a new year, a new job, a new relationship with good intentions. The thing that we lack after the first few weeks is commitment.
The quantity of your purpose is directly related to the quality of your life experience.
To be successful you don’t need to know the purpose for your life right now.
The idea of finding your purpose can seem intimidating. It can be scary to not know what’s your life’s work is intended to be.
Just because you don’t see the sun shining doesn’t mean that it’s not there.
Getting rich isn’t everything. But it it’s your goal right now, there are rules to making it happen.
The chaos of the battle faded briefly from his mind.
It’s no secret that time is limited.
Successful people are productive. They get things done. Regardless of what is going on in the world around them, they just keep moving forward.
On his ascent up Mount Kilimanjaro, Spencer West looked down at his dirt-stained hands and fingernails. He didn’t know how long it would take before they would be clean again. He had been walking for days.
Arnold Schwarzenegger said it best:
There are a lot of questions you have to answer each day. Some are simple questions about “where things are” or “who needs to be involved”. There are complex answers about “how to do” a particular task or “why doing it that way” matters.