Often times we get excited about our dreams, we decide what we want to do, set out our plans and may even get started on it. Still, some others are in ‘getting started’ mode and yet others are in the ‘I’ll do it someday’ mode.
Which category are you in?
Maybe you got started in the right direction but then life happened. Things came up that got you off-track and you lose momentum.
The key to success in anything is endurance – knowing how to get back in the game in spite of setbacks.
But what if you’ve been doing this for a long time and you’re exhausted from trying and being disappointed each time? What do you do?
That’s where your ‘why’ for wanting to change needs to be stronger than your will to give up.
What pushes you forward?
What keeps you trying to improve that relationship?
What keeps you focused on growing your business?
What helps you get up again when you feel that your self-confidence is shaken, that you begin to feel other people are better than you and you can’t shake the ‘not good enough feeling’?
You’ve got to decide this. What is your ‘why’? Why do you want this relationship to be better? Why do you want to get into a relationship in the first place?
Why do you want this business? What difference would it make in your life?
What would you do or become if you are self-confident, if you believe in yourself?
What would it mean to you if you deepened your spiritual connection?
Now that you’ve figured out your ‘why’, what would happen if you don’t achieve your goal?
What would this cost you in time and money if you stayed where you are?
If you keep things the same way with your relationship what would happen? Could you continue living this way?
What would happen if you didn’t succeed in your business?
If you didn’t deepen your spiritual connection, what would happen? Would you continue to feel empty and lost?
Giving up is not an option. Facing adversity is not the ticket to throwing in the towel.
Believe me, I know how it feels to want to improve my relationship, my business, my spirituality and you come face to face with obstacles that at times challenge me.
But when you develop the, what I call, the ‘bulldozer mindset’, you learn that after you shed the tears, you pull up your socks, square your shoulders and charge forward in spite of the current external conditions because you intend to win in your life.
That’s what commitment to getting the results you want is about.
To enhance your progress, having a strong support system will help you through those tough times instead of having to go it alone. This can make the world of difference for you, especially in days where things are not coming together as you’d hope they would.
Who’s your support system?
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