Okay so you’re at the crossroads of life, sort of a gridlock or impasse if you will. Not sure of what the next move is, but you do know that you must do something. You’re probably feeling an indifference to people, somewhat remote in your thinking and at times withdrawn from a healthy and happy life. No doubt you’re petrified of failing and some-days you feel like a total loss. You’re hiding in your job, your industry, behind your friends, your co-workers – somewhat afraid to be visible or defined as a loser. I’ll get into the details of what and why these 7 Steps To Fulfilling Your Vision are so key to your future success in the attached video.
7 Steps Forward will light the pathway ahead to YOUR own personal greatness!
Step 1: Introspection
Step 2: Deconstruct
Step 3: Alternatives
Step 4: Parameters
Step 5: Execution
Step 6: Attitude
Step 7: Review
If failure is the antonym for success… why do so many people reach for failure? You might be asking yourself at this point, how does anyone reach for failure – it’s not like they’re asking for it, right? Wrong, you can count on failure if you’re one of the millions that wake up each and every day with new ideas and a bountiful of horizons… YET you decide to PLAY IT SAFE!
SAFE stands for failure and you’re doomed if you’re in SAFE MODE my friends. S=Stalemate, A=Aloofness, F=Failure, E=Exposed
STALEMATE: catch-22, delay, draw, gridlock, impasse, pause, standoff, standstill
ALOOFNESS: distance, indifference, remoteness, standoffishness, withdrawnness
FAILURE: collapse, decline, defeat, deficiency, deterioration, flop, frustration, implosion
EXPOSED: caught, defined, disclosed, revealed, unhidden, unmasked, unprotected
I don’t know anyone who specifically goes out of their way looking for failure. However leaders know instinctively ……. that failure is part of the pathway to success. In fact it is the only way forward if you’re to achieve the unachievable. Unachievable by most standards that is! There is a great deal of talk on the subject of failure in the halls of our universities, our businesses and our dining room tables. We can and must change this talk of failure to one of confidence and success.