Successful people take action
When you take action, you trigger all kinds of things that will inevitably carry you to success. You let people know you mean business and you’re not just all talk. People start to respect you because you are taking action. People with similar goals come into your life.

The people who are successful and are happy in life is because they take action. They simply do what unsuccessful people aren’t willing to do. Once they develop a plan, they start. They learn as they go. Even if they don’t start off perfectly, they learn from their mistakes, make the necessary corrections and keep taking action. they’re building momentum like a train until they produce the result they set out to get or something even better happened.

To be successful, you have to do what successful people do, and successful people are highly action oriented.

When you listen to an episode of my podcast, I want you to take something from it and put it into action. Without action, nothing will change for you.

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If you’re a news junkie, you may not be aware of the effect of watching the news consistently. You feel like it’s a part of being a good knowledge citizen, but if left uncontrolled it’ll cause stress and anxiety.

Why?

The news understands what gets our attention. It’s the big headlines that shock us. We’re drawn towards that. That’s what sells newspapers and gets us to watch the news.

That negativity sticks with us. If we constantly hear and read about all the bad around us, how will that make us feel? We’re going to worry. We’re not going to feel safe.

It’s not only watching the news that we need to cut back on. It’s social media as well. There are a lot of people on Facebook who love to complain or constantly be negative about everything. That’s not going to help us. Instead it’s going to get us to start thinking like them.

The benefits of a media diet is to feel happier, less stressed, less anxious, and give us more time to focus on information that actually helps us.

After you listen to this episode, I know you will want to go on a media diet.

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If you are going to create the life of your dreams, you have to believe that you are capable of making it happen. You have to believe that you can do it. You have to believe in yourself.

You may have grown up to believe that you weren’t capable of achieving much. You may have had parents, relatives, or friends constantly remind you.

You wouldn’t be reading this right now if you didn’t feel like you were capable of much more in life.

In order to do so, you have to remember the past is the past. You can’t be angry at them for being like that. It’s now up to you to take charge of your own belief.

You must choose to believe that you can do anything you set your mind to.

Listen to this episode to learn how you can start to believe in yourself.

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We all complain about things in our lives. Some complain more than others. But have you ever thought about what you are complaining about? Why you are complaining about it?

Did you know that you don’t complain about circumstances where you believe that a better solution is available?

In this episode, I dive into the topic of complaining.

You will leave with a better understanding of why you complain and what you can do about it.

 

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Last weekend, I spoke in front of about forty attendees at a conference for solo entrepreneurs. It was my first time speaking in public. Doing anything for the first time isn’t easy and scary.

In today’s episode I talk about the preparation for it and how I faced my fears and overcame them.

 

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People get caught up in making massive transformations in a short period of time. Soon, however, they give up because they haven’t gotten the results they hoped for. They quit running after a week because they’re still overweight. They stop learning a new skill after three months because they aren’t an expert yet.

What they fail to realize is that working hard for a short period of time isn’t the answer.

The way to get huge rewards is from a series of small, smart choices. Even though the results are massive, the steps, don’t feel that significant. They’re like taking baby steps.

These small changes offer little or no immediate results, no big win, no big payoff right away. So why even bother?

Because it works.

People look for the most complex answer when it comes to making changes in their life. They dig into more books. They seek professional help. They refuse to believe something simple every day, done over an extended period of time, can create massive results.

Today’s episode goes over the power of small and smart choices.

 

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