End or Begin?

No need to be scared of any ends as every end is the beginning of something new!

End of a relationship, is a beginning of freedom. End of loneliness is the beginning of a relationship. The end of 2018 is the beginning of 2019.

The key is what do you learn from every end that you can apply to every beginning?

What have you learned from 2018? What are you going to do different in 2019 from what you have learned?

Can you:

* improve your family relationships?
* enhance your lifelong learning?
* be more astute in your finances?
* step up in improving your health?
* spend more time in connecting with your spirit?
* take your profession to the next level?

Every end is a beginning if you apply the learning from each end.

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Most of us miss our best opportunities because they come disguised as hard work. Hard work is a fact of life. If you want to be successful, you have to work hard. Thomas Edison was on the money when he remarked, “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.”

But hard work doesn’t have to be drudgery.  It can be a source of great enjoyment. If you develop joy in your work, you’ll find that it produces positive energy.

To develop joy in your work, you must be doing something that you’re good at, is meaningful to you, and contributes to your family, your organization, and society.

For many people, hard work is a drain on energy and emotions. They’re tired and stressed out.  Find work that brings you joy.  When you find it, pursue it with persistence.

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Potent Internal Expressions

Your life is made up of both external and internal aspects. While the external includes your actions, behavior and outcomes, the internal deals with the power of your thoughts, beliefs, and creativity.

Each feeds off the other.

Your affirmations and imaginations form the most potent expressions of your internal life.

The legend of Babe Ruth’s “called-shot” home run in the 1932 World Series dramatically illustrates the value of conviction.  Playing in Chicago’s Wrigley Field, the New York Yankees had won the first two games against the Chicago Cubs.  They would go on to sweep the series four games to none.  Ruth, the Yankees’ top slugger, opened the game at Chicago’s Wrigley Field with a first-inning home run, then came to the plate in the third inning.  He took two strikes, and then, according to observers, pointed toward the centerfield bleachers.  He knocked the next pitch over centerfield and out of the park.

Legend has it that a teammate asked Ruth, “What if you hadn’t hit the home run?”  Ruth’s answer:  “It never crossed my mind.


Babe Ruth’s philosophy was “Never let the fear of striking out get in your way.”  He didn’t, and though he struck out more often than most players, he rewrote the record books when it came to home runs.

What you affirm and imagine, you invite!

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Zero Doubt Approach!

A small doubt is too big! When you do something as though it is a done deal magic starts to happen.

This does not mean that you should not do your due diligence before embarking on something.

Of course, you do! It does not mean you to be reckless. Of course not!

However, once you make up your mind to proceed, then execution is the name of the game.

Whilst executing you want a no doubt attitude. You want to approach your task or goal in hand with a zero doubt attitude.

When you approach a goal as if it is a done deal, suddenly there is a twinkle in your eye and an echo in your voice that reflects confidence, authenticity, courage!

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Being Decisive!

Do your homework as you wish. However, once you have gathered the facts then decide!
If you sit on the fence, it will not get you too far in life. It will look safe but actually can be more risky.

Taking action on your goal and being decisive moves the needle. If you waiver too much that shows lack of confidence and clarity. Make a decision then put all your energy in executing around it.

Invest time in what you want, get the team whose help you need then move quickly to get the job done.

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Reflect before you Act!

It is good to have goals, aspirations & desires! However, it is also good to reflect before acting on your goals. Ask yourself:

Why do I want what I want?

What value will it provide my team and me?

How is it going to change my life?

Will the current problems disappear?

Do proper reflection, contemplation, and meditation before getting into execution. These questions bring the alignment between real desires and action!

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Your Time!

Are you clear about your priorities?
Is your time spent in alignment with your purpose?
Are you organized and methodical? Do you have effective systems in place?
Do you manage time or does time manage you?
Do you plan and use your most productive time to do the most productive work?

Some practical and inspiring tips for you are:

• Do the most important work first thing in the morning – as the first hour goes, so goes the day!

• Avoid too many interruptions. Some interruptions are necessary for doing business but you also need to carve out some non–interrupted time to get your important work done

• Delegate effectively. Be clear in your instructions when you delegate.

• Write down your goals every morning. Writing brings clarity and clarity helps focus. By writing your goals each morning you become very clear of where your focus should be.

• Eliminate clutter. Too much clutter results in a lot of wasted time looking for things. A clean desk with good filing system not only saves time but increases effectiveness.

• Emphasize results, not activities. Just because you are busy does not mean you are effective. It is not how much time you put in, but what you do achieve that matters.

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