I’m on the road to Georgia right now for the American Open Finals and I want to leave you this quick note.
Success isn’t something that happens by accident.
I haven’t met or studied one successful person that didn’t have the intention of being successful.
Now I’d question what “success” really means and how that definition varies from person to person; but in general I’d say success is getting what you want.
So first you have to know what you want.
(Hint: the clearer you are about this the better.)
And remember: getting what you want doesn’t always mean wanting what you get.
By I digress…
In my experience, there’s always a plan behind success.
Successful people choose the choices they make on a daily basis and stay consistent with the small choices that add up to big results.
The extraordinarily success people structure their life in a such a way that these choices and patterns of thought and behavior are built right in to the life they’re already choosing to live. This creates a constant reinforcement loop that also makes it easy to adjust and correct course.
In other words, success becomes effortless because it’s a natural byproduct of the structure that’s been created.
Yes, putting this structure in place takes work. But once you create the container, you can use it to capture and direct the abundance that’s already present all around us, right here and right now.
Create the space to allow success to flow in.
In the workshop tonight we’re going to show you some of these tools that will help you create the structure that allows success to become inevitable.
Can’t wait to see you there :)
If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still a few spots available.
You can register here.