Tuesday, August 19, 2008

How to attain your Personal Best

Hello my friends,

"The starting point of all achievement is desire. Keep this constantly in mind. Weak desire brings weak results, just as a small amount of fire makes a small amount of heat." Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill finally published Think and Grow Rich in the 1930's. It took him TEN YEARS of interviewing people before he sat down to write his book!

He had a goal, wrote it down and then TOOK ACTION, 10 years of action!

Success usually does not take that long. So what do you do first?

1- Define your goal(s)

2- Write them down

3- Take Action Every Day

4- KNOW that you will attain your goal. BELEIVE in yourself

Do something daily that will move you forward. This action may not get you to your end goal, however, like Napoleon Hill, it will progressively move you forward, each and every day :-)

Napoleon Hill could not sit down and write a book in 1 day or even a week or a month.

He started by taking action, interviewing people on a consistent basis, honing his own interviewing skills as he talked with each person.

Remember the old adage from Mom? I bet it is rattling around your brain someplace! I can see myself at the Piano as a little girl hearing my Mom say it!

Ask Michael Phelps the Champion Olympian Swimmer....... he knows the adage too:

"Practice makes perfect".

To be perfect, one must practice. That requires action each and every day!

Here's a secret: you do NOT have to be perfect (unless you are Michael Phelps) to attain your goal as long as you believe in yourself and take (the correct) actions each and every day.

Go for the Gold! You can do it AND you deserve it!

May your day be a treasure bringing Increase and Plenty to your door.

Practicing Abundance, Prosperity & Kindness EVERY DAY,

RandiSusan Mallory
Compassionate Marketing
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