There are so many reasons we don’t have what we want.
Usually, not always, they’re surmountable.
Some of the time, it’s in our head.
Much of the time, we simply don’t want to make the, uh, time.
But, I’ll step out on a limb here. In virtually all of the cases, you have the ability.
In fact, I’ve never met anyone whose effort couldn’t beat their talent level.
Change is never function of ability. It’s a function of desire.
If you have the aspiration, you can fulfill it with enough hard work—and time.
Over the years, I’ve covered how to overcome many of the mental and tactical roadblocks.
I thought it was about time to mesh together a medley of some of my motivational favs.
Inside this week’s podcast are 11 separate lessons to inspire you to chase—and accomplish—your dreams. (Breakdown of times is in the PS.)
Join me for today’s podcast Motivation Medley to Get What You Want to get charged and in motion!
For today’s podcast, here’s a list to help you revisit you favorite messages whenever you need them.
00:00 Don’t be afraid to start small.
03:16 Wisdom is expensive, perspective is cheap.
05:25 Change is never a function of ability.
06:28 Realize you’re always a work in progress.
11:45 Why you undervalue yourself and how to stop.
15:33 How to get over procrastination (AKA Real life isn't Microsoft Office).
17:40 Smart goals are dumb.
20:27 Short-timers focus on wins, long-timers study their plans.
24:08 What it takes to get what you want.
31:54 Adopting the mindset to be a zebra in life.
35:27 Everything you do matters because we are all connected.
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