SHRINK THE COMMITMENT – SHRINK THE RESISTANCE

“Be the person with embarrassing goals and impressive results instead of one of the many people with impressive goals and embarrassing results.” Stephen Guise

Shrinking the commitment reduces our Elephant’s reluctance. We avoid becoming paralyzed by subjective fatigue. Chances are you will do more than the minimum requirement but never do less. Small commitments aren’t going to cause you to do less. It is counterintuitive, but these small commitments cause you to do more by making you more consistent. This commitment is a floor and not a ceiling. If you feel motivated to do more, that’s great. Willpower is going to get you going. Motivation will determine how far you go. Learn more about the Elephant & Rider Analogy. Continue reading SHRINK THE COMMITMENT – SHRINK THE RESISTANCE

When Faith is Needed Most

“Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
It is easy to have faith and confidence when things are going well, but that isn’t when faith is needed. Faith is necessary when everything is falling apart. Faith is required when no one believes in you. When you start to question yourself, that is when you must call on faith. You must confront your doubts. You must believe success is still possible because if you don’t believe it is possible, then for you it isn’t.
Faith is needed most when times are difficult. When you fail, again and again, you must believe that success is still possible. We must hold firm when others doubt us. It is ok for others to doubt us, but we can never allow their doubt to creep into our mind if we want to succeed. “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.” Abraham Lincoln
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