October 16, 2012

Three Of The Worst Words You Can Ever Use …

Three of the worst words you can every use when thinking about your dream day are:

Someday, somehow, and some way …

These are dream killers. Whenever you address a goal or dream with one of these words you are saying that it is not important enough to plan and execute. You are crossing your fingers that it will just happen for you.

Start replacing these words with specific dates and actions that will help you make progress. Don’t know how you are going to take that ski trip? Make a point to find out all of the costs and put it on the calendar for next year. Don’t know how you are going to lose that weight? Call up the three closest gyms, get their prices, and pick one to join.

Don’t live your life by crossing your fingers and wishing.

Take action.

Take it now.

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