Creating Your Future
9th May, 20110 Comments
Are you letting your future slide by you? What does your future look like, is it bright or dual? Who in control? Is it you or is someone else pressing the buttons for your future?
I know that most people don't make decisive plans, but don't be a part of that crowd. Don't you go around with your fingers crossed and a worried look on your face, hoping things will get better.
Investing in your future by taking control and obtaining the necessary resources, shows you and the world that your committed to your growth and serious about your future.
I'll warn you from now, everybody hopes to do better, but hope unaided by clear planning, can actually hurt you.
Now you can wait for the day when your confidence, your self-esteem, your finances, your health, your relationships and your career or business are in complete disarray. At this point you're stretched out laying flat on your back, you have no choice from this position, but to start making some serious changes.
This could be an option, but I am letting you know you don't have to wait for things to get that bad. Why wait? Before you decide to make positive changes in your life and start living the life you've always dreamed of.
Let me share an intriguing thought. The real value of taking control of your life, setting goals, having an action plan with a coach by your side. Will lead you to the person you want to be, have the career/ business you want to have, the family you want to raise and live the life you plan to live.
Here's a question you should spend some time pondering: What kind of person will you have to become to get all you want?
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