Most people don’t follow their dreams, don’t play big in life or don’t take risks because
a) They are afraid of failing,
b) They are afraid of being judged by others if they don’t get the results they want, or
c) They are waiting for the perfect condition, product, idea, pitch or service to start
Ultimately, all these reasons for not going for it are driven by their belief or the mindset that “things are permanent”, and the results we create by acting, either positive or negative, will be permanent.
Until we understand that this belief is detrimental to our success and holds us back, we can’t experience better results in business and life.
In today’s essay I talk about overcoming this limiting thought pattern of permanence by “embracing impermanence”Read More
10X Business Letter San Diego, Ca ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dear 10X Business Builder, In today’s video I would like to share with you one of my personal philosophies that I live by. It is extremely simple, yet life-changing when executed properly… It boils down to this: “If You Don’t Own Your Results, Your Results Will Own You”…Read More
10X Business Letter San Diego, Ca ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dear 10X Business Builder, I’m curious, how are you doing with your New Year’s resolutions you set for yourself this year? To me a new year’s resolution is just another form of a goal. Roberto and I recently posted our goal setting worksheet for you to use to…Read More
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Is it possible to be successful regardless of the circumstances? According to Mark Sanborn, it is. We tend to be surprised when downturns hit us and treat them as the exception—and when times are good, we act as if they will never change. In this interview, Mark shows us what we should always be doing…Read More
Last week was a very sad week. We lost another GREAT one. Zig Ziglar passed away. I’m at a strange time in my life where people that have been indirectly involved in my life for most of my adult life and have impacted it, are now leaving this earth. Steve jobs had been part of…Read More