Nov 032008

Do you have the “IT?” Do you even know what “IT” is for you?

Well I can tell you that “IT” is different for each and every person. “It” has a relation to the acquisition of all your goals, hopes, and dreams. So first thing is first, you must have an idea of your goals, hopes, and dreams!

Getting into this thought process is absolutely imperative for getting “IT.” You can read dozens of books that will explain how to harness the power of you mind in all different fashions. Creating your vision is you first objective. The most powerful “vision”, “why”, “goal”, however you would like to define it should bring up strong emotions. Emotions of desire and determination, it may even make you realize that you are just sick and tired of being sick and tired, but whatever the emotion is it should drive you.

Once your goal is clearly defined now it is time to create the game plan of what needs to get done and what needs to change in your life in order to accomplish it. Here is where the real search for “IT” begins. “If you do what you’ve always done, you will get what you’ve always gotten.”- Anthony Robbins. So clearly there must be changes made in your daily activities.

Now the rubber meets the road. You have determined what you goals are, you have created the game plan to get you there, and it is all down on paper (this is a must!). This is where you are able to identify how “IT” is going to assist you in achieving all you desire. On your journey there will be obstacles, let downs, failures, road blocks, and other various setbacks, but “IT” is what allows you to persist. “IT” becomes internalized and creates such a driving force in you that you may quit dozens of times, but “IT” empowers you to start one more time than you quit.

I define “IT” as the fuel that takes gets where you need to go. It is up to you to determine what vehicle is going to get you there.

Good luck and enjoy the ride “IT” takes you on.

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