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Because This Is Your Life

What I’ll be writing about today starts with a very basic and important question:

“What’s the biggest goal that you ever accomplished?”

Now I know this seems like a simple question that you’ve probably seen in some shape or form before…

But let’s look at this a little deeper.

To start, ask and then answer what the biggest goal is that you’ve ever accomplished.

It could have been something that you achieved within your family, your physical health, or your career. Perhaps it may have been something within your social group or any other area of life that is important to you.

Think about what it took you to accomplish that goal, the ups and downs, the ease and difficulty along the way.

When you go and actually do this, keep in mind that whatever it is that you accomplished, it’s something that was important to you. To others it may not have seemed that important, but it is something that was, at the time, or possibly still is important to you.

It may have been something that seemed very trivial and not a big deal to others, but was a big deal to you.

Here’s something else to think about along with this.

Scan back through your life and look at all the “little” goals you accomplished. These would be the “smaller” goals outside of the biggest one you’ve ever accomplished.

When you take the time to do this you’ll notice something very interesting…

And that is, you’ve been successful all through your life.

Even in moments where it seemed like you failed or just completely “blew it”, you also accomplished something of value. Now of course I can’t tell you what that is because it is unique to you and the situations you’ve been in.

The reason for doing this is because if you have a big goal right now that you want to accomplish…when you realize that you’ve already achieved big goals in your life and that all of the what seemed like “smaller” goals were important to, you’ll have a higher probability of repeating the process…

In other words you’ll accomplish that next big goal on your list.

I would love to hear about those big goals you’ve already accomplished and those you have set to accomplish.

Respond to this email and share those with me.

You’ve heard me say before how magnificent and brilliant you are…well that’s true, and in your very own unique way.

Be sure to let others see that and radiate how amazing of a person you are in what you do.

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