Have you ever had a big goal, something really juicy that you wanted so much you could almost taste it? And yet, no matter how much you wished for different results, you kept ending up falling short of what you really desired?
That’s such a common problem, and one of the main reasons for it is that in school we really aren’t taught the skills we need for success. We’re taught a lot of things, and of course education is a valuable experience, but if you are sick and tired of not living the life you really want to be leading, take a look at these 5 tips for developing persistence:
The first four on the list come from Napoleon Hills’ famous book “Think and Grow Rich” which is considered by many people to be the landmark success handbook from which many of our most popular courses, books and programs sprung. He says the necessary steps are to have:
- A definite purpose backed by burning desire for its fulfillment
- A definite plan, expressed in continuous action
- A mind closed tightly against all negative and discouraging influences, including negative suggestions of relatives, friends and acquaintances
- A friendly alliance with one or more persons who will encourage one to follow through with both plan and purpose… and that’s Mr. Hills’ advice for you. Here’s mine:
- If you’re serious about converting intentions into actions, I personally suggest a fifth step, one that will help you immeasurably toward clarifying your goal and taking the necessary action steps to persist until you bring your dream into manifestation in the physical world, and that step is to look into the Dream Summit 2012 Gold Collection. For just $99 you’ll get an incredible summit download – essentially a guide to effective philosophies and concrete actions that create success.
to your success and happiness,