I have been doing something I haven't done in years...rollerblading! Talk about a work out! It is definitely different than running. I feel it in all the right spots! My son rides his bike with me before school and encourages me, "One more time around the block, Mom!" It is nice having a personal rollerblading coach to keep me going.
The next few weeks are my daughters' birthdays. And the house is buzzing with talk of birthday cakes, friends and ice cream. Their enthusiasm is contagious! It is a good thing I am rollerblading with all this talk of cake and ice cream!
I have so many great new projects in the making. I can't wait to share some of them with you over then next few months. It is amazing what I can accomplish with the kids in school.
I wish you great experiences and many things to celebrate!
With great appreciation,
The Biggest Gap in Life is the Gap Between What We Know and What We Do.
Have you ever heard someone say, "I know what to do." And then turn around and do nothing or something totally different than what they know they should do? If you have you have witnessed the success gap in action. The success gap is the difference between what we know we should do and what we do.
Goal achievers have learned to close that gap and do what they know they should do and in the doing that they create experiences that lead them to great results. That is what makes them goal achievers and not just goal setters.
What Motivates Goal Achievers to Actually Do It?
Goal achievers' tap into their feelings and know which ones motivate them to act. Sometimes fear motivates someone to do the thing they know they should do. Fear of failure, fear of how they might look if they don't do it. Goal achievers take action out of faith.
Napoleon Hill writes in "Think and Grow Rich" that "Faith is the eternal elixir which gives life, power, and action to the impulse of thought."
You might want to read that quote again.
"Faith is the eternal elixir which gives life, power, and action to the impulse of thought."
Thoughts become alive when mixed with faith. Faith points us away from failure and towards what is possible. The possibility of success. According to Hill, faith is a feeling that propels us to act. Goal achievers are motivated by faith in themselves, faith in others and faith in their creator. Think about how you might feel if you had complete faith in your abilities to do the things you know you should do. Think of all the things you might do if you knew you could not fail!
Magic Coaching Questions:
Think of a goal, it could be better health, more sales, a bigger home, a more passionate relationship. Now ask yourself, "What is the one thing that I know I should do and if I would only do I would get better results in this area of my life?"
Now think of that goal again. Now ask yourself, "What is the best thing that could happen if I do this one thing?"
Now go do it!
Join me on
Saturday October 25th
from 9am to 4pm
at the Hampton Inn at Easton
The Secret of Designing Your Life
Look for more details to come letting you know more about this event and the benefits you will receive from joining me. You won't want to miss this one!