Success Beyond Failure

Have you ever wondered how to succeed in a long-term Goal? Without endless nights of crying yourself to sleep?

It won’t help to remind you that everything is hard before it gets easy. Or, that if it were easy everybody would do it.

Try this:

1) Know what you want. Easy peasy – right?

2) Get a Coach and train, train, train. Counting on Google to help you master your new skill is not a good plan. Get a REAL Coach.

3) Trust your training while you practice, practice, practice. You’ll get better. I promise.

4) Commit to continuing until you reach your Goal – no matter what.

Yes, it will be hard. Then again, you’ll soon be one of those lucky people are blessed with a life others envy.

Engaging Quickly

Whether you’re in business, have a job, go to school, or just live life, your ability to present well will supercharge your success.

Here are 5 tips I use every day:

1) Understand most folk’s only expectation is that you will wow them. They are not expecting bad. You shouldn’t either.

2) Join the conversation THEY are already having inside their head, not the one YOU are having.

3) You’ll move faster if you drop the small talk and dig into the meat of your communication. You can fill in additional information later.

4) The sooner you can get people to suspend disbelief and engage with you, the sooner you will have success.

5) Stop overkill. Find the first best place to take your exit and being your meeting to an end.

You’re going to be amazed how well this works.

Stop Procrastinating

Are you a member of the Procrastination Club?

If so, you are participating in one of the most popular groups ever devised. Everybody joins eventually.

So, what is procrastination?

The intentional and habitual postponement of an important task that you should do now.

Is it possible that you are not procrastinating?

Maybe you’re just forcing yourself to do something that you don’t need or want to do anyway?

Maybe you’re getting caught up in the caught up? Making busy, keeping up with the Jones?

There’s so much you can do today. How many are you procrastinating, and how many should you toss off your list?