Life has it's ups and downs.
Let me tell you a story about Leslie. She has been on the roller coaster for
a long time. She has a family, works and building a home based business.
Leslie does not understand why she is not having success in her business, health
and other areas in her life. She is working every free moment she has.
Her husband frustrated because she has money going out but not enough
coming in to cover the expense and to justify spending time away from the family.
She has been told that if there are not some visible results that it would be best
the family IF she would just throw in the towel.
Leslie, NOW has her back against the wall, no other choice but to REALLY take
the actions that will move her to success. She does not need to learn anything
new. Leslie already knows what she needs to do.
Simple tasks of…
Meeting new people
Self development – reading, watching training videos, listening to mindset calls
Create and Share information that helps others
Tell others that you appreciate them
Leslie begins to do them. She is starting to see results. She has added a
few people to her team, she is covering her expenses and staying consistent.
Leslie reached the point of survival.
THEN it happens, excuses…
Kids sick, past creeps in, she doesn't believe that she deserves this success.
For whatever reason, she stops doing the actions. Her team falls off and
her expenses are not covered again. NOW, the cycle begins again.
Does this sound familiar?
There is a solution according to Jeff Olson in The Slight Edge…
“What I realized was the very same activities that had rescued me from
failure, that had carried me from the failure live up to the survival line,
would also rescue me from average and carry me from the survival line
to the success line – if I would just keep doing them.”
SO back to Leslie…
She realized that she stopped doing the activities without consistency. When
she began to make them daily, her life changed in several ways.
She applied these same principles to other areas of her life. Leslie began to get
traction and she began to bring those things that she and her family dreamed of.
NOW…Leslie is a fictional character, but she doesn't have to be.
YOU could be Leslie.
YOU create the success you wanted because you choose to
get off the roller coaster. You push past the uncomfortable and
eliminate the excuses.
Do you see it?
YOU become what see for your life.
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