What’s the Difference between Successful People & Unsuccessful People?

Time is the great equalizer. We are all give the same day, everyday, no more, no less. One of the pinnacle, paramount differences between the successful and unsuccessful is that the former group will do what they have to do, even when they don’t feel like doing something. If we did what we had to do, “when we felt like it” I wonder what would actually get done. Let’s break it down a bit. Do you actually feel like brushing your teeth every single time after you eat? We all know that “our” mutual goal is to maintain proper teeth care & longevity of our teeth, so we brush them. So, Your Big Goal in Life, who you are becoming requires, the daily discipline, action steps, skill development to achieve that end, warrants a constant progression towards it, right -“even when you don’t feel like it”  One thing I have learned, felt & positively experienced in my life is: Some of the greatest, moments, experiences, outcome, sales made, realizations understood, windows opened, opportunities given, is when I moved myself towards something, when I didn’t feel like it, when I didn’t give into the doubt, the second guess, the who me, ah, is it worth syndrome! Yes, say Yes!  From Star Wars, I love the phrase from Yoda – The little green Jedi Master. “um, there is no try – Just Do!”   Do what counts, do what needs to be done, say what needs to said, do it when you don’t feel like it. When you are doing, taking, being in the moment of the progressive actions steps, you will feel like doing it even better and more momentum will come your way. I think it is one of those paradoxes of becoming successful!  To Your Success this Easter weekend in all that you do! Paz………….Edward Michael Raymond

About Edward

Sales Manager at Leisure Trailer Sales. Creator of Marquis Motivations. Author of the Book: How Good Do you Want IT!? Consultant / Speaker / Sales Coach Presenter/ IPC Distributor w/ Morinda #3926281
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