I got swapping motivational business stories yesterday with a new business associate. We talked about Steven Covey and W. Clement Stone and other biz authors we had both read, so we had terrific issues in common, almost like we had been referred by mutual friends.
We also both laughed at how we had come roaring out of the box in our early 30s — aggressive, focused, hungry meat eaters eager to get to the top and never doubting that the top spot was waiting for us.
Our secret was goals — goals so clear and focused and bright they were almost blinding; goals we felt so passionately about we could taste and feel; goals we ate, drank and lived by.
My point: You’re kidding right? Goals!!!!! Check your goals; review your goals. And here’s a hard and fast way to keep them in front of you: Take 15 to 30 minutes each morning to write your goals out by hand.
Work hard. Make money. Have fun. — John R. Ingrisano
“Most people aim at nothing and
hit it with amazing accuracy.”
– Bob Artz
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