1. I think Your Present Self Has More Potential Than Your Former Self. The implications associated with ‘finding you’ often result in losing people; none of the least of these people include your former self. Dying to what was, who you were, and how you did it is a commitment. Commit to operating in new paridigms that enhance where you’re going instead of trying to recreate where you’ve been.
2. I Think Who You Were Can Be An Enemy To Who You Want To Become. Living in yesterdays victories are the blocks for complacency and irrelevancy. If life and industry are always evolving, so does your life and industry. Past victories are an indictor of success potential, but not of success itself. So keep focused on the trends ahead with a firm hand on the solid norms that work and stay relevant in the game of life and industry.
3. I Think You Should Go For It. I mean really go for it. What was the last thing you put your entire self into? When was the last time you put a measured risk into something? Too often we go after high yield returns with a low measured investment. You will never go big, being small; to be big, you have to go big. So go big. Go for it.
4. I Think You Should Read More. Read to learn or read to relax. Reading is a habit of some of the most successful people in the world. If you are relaxing, it will help you share experiences or can take you to places (some real and some imaginary) that you otherwise could not have gone. And if for learning it’s an opportunity to gain ideas and tips from the smartest and brightest for much less than college would cost! Even in the world of video technology, the best stuff is still in books, not on video.
5. I Think You Should Review Your Friends. “You are becoming the five people closest to you.” It’s one of the clichés that have the most truth. If you look around and you are not satisfied with the lifestyle, commitment, and focus of those closest to you, you are likely not satisfied with yourself. Im not saying to dump your friends, but I am challenging you to expand your circle. Find associates you can grow from and be challenged by.
That’s what I think… Wake Up Ur Dream