1) Success- Through a consistent increase in the quality of your life.
Pat Riley talks about having an “excellent game” and “game excellence,” which is consistent.
It is the difference between once and a while achieving excellence in a particular game, versus being excellent each and every game like Michael Jordan.
Are you constantly increasing the quality of your life and business?
This requires small incremental changes and improvements on a daily basis, which accumulate to create momentum in your life.
2) Balance – Are you balancing your growth in all areas with the constant distractions and challenges of life?
Are you growing mentally, spiritually, emotionally, physically and financially in your personal and professional relationships? You are either climbing or sliding – growing or dying. There is no in between.
What is most important to you?
Is it increasing the quality of your life in every area?
You must discover what area is out of balance in your life and take the appropriate action to create change and improvement.
Our values and core beliefs determine all of our decisions.
Decisions are the Father of Action.
If you want to improve any aspect of your life, you must be totally committed and take consistent action. You must increase your personal standards and beliefs to improve the quality of your life.
“CANI” stands for Constant and Never-Ending Improvement.
Choose to commit to Constant and Never-ending Improvement. Your life becomes better by gradual improvement in each area of your life. Expanding who you are and how you live. Growth comes from improvement, which improves quality of life.
What would happen if everyday you would improve one thing in each area of your life and business in a small way?
“Little things don’t mean a lot, they mean everything!”
The more you improve, the better you feel and the more you can help people!
Long Term Change requires practicing a new pattern for at least 30 days. Then this new pattern becomes a habit. The little things that you do each day in all areas of your life may start out as small and consistent improvements, and then they create massive change.
“The Quality Of Our Life Is Directly Related To The Quality Of Our Communication With Ourselves And Others.”