Move On And Win
July 7, 2015
By moving from what is NOT important to what IS important in your life and for your goals, you can expand your winning percentage. It sometimes can be difficult to do, but it's worth it!
THE FIVE STEPS TO MOVE ON AND WIN
There are five primary things for you to do to break out of your mold and move up to new heights. This refers to achieving something of value, getting closer to what you want to do with your life, to career, to relationships ... you name it! These five steps will propel you on your journey to success!
STEP ONE: REFER TO YOUR GOALS
Knowing WHEN to move on is important, but you won't know when that is until you set your ultimate goal. Once your goal is established, then it's easy to determine whether to move on or hang out for a while. Have your definite written goals showcasing exactly what you want to accomplish. Make it real. Feel what it will feel like when you reach your goal. Determine what it will look like once you have "made it" to your goal.
TWO: SEE THE VISION
Let go of past baggage. Whatever is holding you back is not real. You are simply in conflict between where you are today and the fear of the unknown to get to the new goal. Understand that what you want wants you. You simply need to connect the proper plan to bridge the gap between where you are today and where you want to be in the future. If you are interested, read up on universal law of attraction to find out more. This will explain much of the concept to you. Visualize clearly what you want and where you want to be.
When I was a kid, Evel Knievel was king, the one all the kids on our block looked up to. Before every jump over cars, trucks and/or buses, he would do two things. First, he would make a run at the takeoff ramp at the exact speed he wanted to achieve. At the last second, riding close to 100 MPH, he would veer off and not go up the takeoff ramp, but instead flash past the ramp, staying on the ground.
The most powerful thing he would do just before a jump would be to slowly ride to the top of the ramp and sit there on the bike, looking out across the wide expanse he would soon jump over. He wanted to visualize the success of a jump.
THREE: FORMULATE THE PLAN
Just like Knievel had a plan and knew how fast to go, and how to land the bike, you need a plan, too. You cannot strike out on a move toward a goal without a plan. Spend hours and days working on the best plan. Think of everything. Come up with problems, issues ... things you will face along the way. Be your own best critic when building your plan. Think three moves ahead just like a great chess player. Know where you are going next move. Anticipate what others will do and say, and have the answers ready for them.
FOUR: LOOK BOTH WAYS
Don't run off crazy. That's sure to cause trouble. After setting goals, visualizing and formulating
your plan, take one last look. Think back to crossing the street as a kid. Look both ways. Then cross. Your move to greatness is the same. I like to call this the "GO/NO GO" moment. There will come a time when you will be at decision height. Decide in that moment that you are going or not. Avoid GO FEVER, which can be just as deadly as being too conservative. With a well thought-out goal and plan, you should feel confident. If you don't, choose NO GO and get back to work on your plan, because it's not strong enough to cause you to feel confident enough to execute. Think it through.
FIVE: EXECUTE AND WIN!
This is the easy part, and the most fun. By this point, you are already mentally prepared, so execute with the maximum amount of passion you can muster. Go get it!
By following these five simple steps, you can be a success in everything you do in life.