Monday, January 21, 2013

It's A Magnificent Monday

Thank you Sherrin Ingram - Made My Monday !!!

I read this first thing this morning and it put me in the right frame of mind.
What's happened since?
One Franchise Owner Presented/Closed/Launched/Qualified!
Two Personal errands checked off my list
With an evening full of back to backs !!

You have been blessed to see the start of another glorious week. The slate has been wiped clean (of the good and bad). You have another opportunity to BE MORE and DO BETTER. This week can be your best week ever! Remember, success is just a string of successful weeks tied together.
Here’s a quote that is particularly insightful and motivating:

No one ever attains very eminent succes
by simply doing what is required of him;
it is the amount and excellence of what is over and above
the required that determines the greatness of ultimate distinction.
~ Charles Kendall Adams

THIS WEEK’S TIP: Go the Extra Mile

I know that you are a person who desires extraordinary success. I know this because you wouldn’t be reading this message if you had average expectations. However, despite your deeply held desires, overwhelming demands on your schedule can unknowingly breed the habit of doing the minimum required and just getting by. This is a form of survival mentality… and it’s deadly. This form of thinking creeps in and takes root without obvious signs. Usually, it isn’t until you are caught up in its vicious cycle that you stop and give serious thought to what is really going on.

You can begin to break the cycle of survival mentality by scrutinizing your schedule, prioritizing your responsibilities and goals, and releasing some commitments that detract from your ability to go beyond the minimum required. It’s essential that you give yourself all that you need, including time, to excel and exceed expectations in your core tasks and projects. Remember, extraordinary success requires efforts and results beyond the ordinary.

THIS WEEK’S AFFIRMATION: Everyday, I give myself all I need to excel and exceed expectations in my core tasks and projects.

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