Motivational Speakers – Unless it gets Measured, It doesnt get Done

Motivational Speakers

Unless it gets Measured, It doesnt get Done

Review your Day

It is always good practice to set time aside at the end of your day to reflect on how you did. Are you meeting your commitments to create the future you desire? This is an opportunity for you to go over everything you have done that day. Are the actions you are taking delivering the desired outcome? If not ask yourself what you can do differently the next day to get a better outcome.

What did you learn?

It is also an opportunity for you to re-examine everything you have learnt that day and lock all the valuable information away for use at a later date. Look back over your day and examine all the people you saw, who you talked to, what was said, what happened and how you felt. Each day is like a mosaic in the big picture of your life, carefully store each one, so that you can use it to create a wonderful picture of your past. This allows you to gain the maximum benefit from your past experiences and makes your past experiences even more valuable, so they can serve you in the future.

Celebrate your victories

Celebrate every small victory along the way, but resist the temptation to ease up, when you achieve a really great breakthrough. Keep the balls rolling and you will see the massive benefits accrue, as the compounding effect of your daily actions keeps adding up and the momentum grows.

Achieving your goals and realising your dreams, is seldom the result of luck. Unless by LUCK, you mean “Labour Under Correct Knowledge”. Success is simply the result of consistently taking goal specific action every day and never allowing yourself to be distracted by temptation. Finally commit to “Get Off Your Ass” and stop seeking pleasure in the moment and board the MO train with us today.

It is time for you to jump aboard the “MO” Train

Big meaningful goals are never achieved in a day, by overloading yourself and trying to do everything you need to do the first day. They are achieved daily, by consistently carrying out small almost insignificant goal specific actions and then simply repeating this consistently, until you succeed.

All Aboard

When you have developed a daily success routine and you have set time set aside every day, to carry out your goal specific activities, you have boarded the “MO” train. Your daily dedication and commitment, to carry out the necessary goal specific actions, is what will, over time, create the momentum you need to succeed.

As you consistently keep taking action every day, you will start to build momentum. Momentum is the great exaggerator, for both good and bad. When you have no momentum, it feels like you are going nowhere and nothing seems to be happening. On the other hand, once you start to build momentum, everything just seems to fall into place and the positive results start to show.

Push Yourself to Achieve the Breakthrough

The way to succeed at achieving any goal is to accept that, you will at first need to apply a significant amount of willpower, to push you from build-up to breakthrough. The secret to make this work for you is to gradually increase your goal specific workload and to eventually create a new daily success routine or success habit set to support your daily goal specific activities.

Stay focused and driven, the first part of any success journey is cluttered with distractions and temptations. Don’t allow yourself to seek out the instant gratification associated with, pleasure in the moment. Keep focused on the outcome or outcomes you want to achieve.

Author: Andrew Horton Motivational Speakers

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