How do I move on from not taking an opportunity that was extremely important to me?
You get wiser and you create a framework to make sure you don’t make that mistake again. And then you start putting yourself in places where the kind of opportunities you want are likely to show up.
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As a lawyer, coach, out-of-the-box thinker, and magical connection maker, I want to know how I can help you Reach Higher. With that in mind, these questions:
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Today's assignment is pretty simple:
These are your distractions. These are the things that will keep you from having what you want. To these you must say no, that is if you want to achieve the top five.
As I mentioned in our last post, I reviewed Jim Rohn's Best Year Ever last week. Here is the essence of that four hour and twenty minute excursion.
According to Mr. Rohn, there are five pieces to life's puzzle. They are:
Your assignment is to define these for yourself. Rather than try to explain, I'll show you. Here are some of mine:
You might also want to note the background conversations that you already have with yourself. My default conversations are nothing like what I've written above. They're usually more like: "You missed your chance. Why bother anyway? Go eat some chocolate. No don't. You're an idiot. Do you want to be useless and fat?"
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