The #1 Way to Avoid Failure

By January 31, 2016Blog
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What you feed your mind on a daily basis creates your experience of life. However, far too many people believe that they “don’t have the time” to give their minds the kind of information that can help them create real, tangible results and achieve their dreams.

But ask yourself this: how much time do you spend…

  • Commuting? North Americans spend an average of 100 hours a year commuting to work—about 24.5 minutes each way.
  • Working out at the gym, walking, running, lifting weights or going to classes?
  • Running errands? The typical person is behind the wheel anywhere from 500 to 1,000 hours per year.
  • Cooking dinner, cleaning the house or doing chores? As of 2005, men spent at minimum 13 hours each week on housework and women spent 17 hours a week.
  • Waiting for appointments or a bus?
  • Parked in front of the TV? The Nielsen Company reported that the average North American watches 4 hours and 35 minutes of TV per day. How much of that do you think is content designed to inspire and educate your mind?

We all have a number of tasks each day that occupy our bodies, but not our minds. Instead of “zoning out” and squandering away our precious minutes, what if you used that time to feed your mind with the best inspiration, information and coaching available, specifically designed to accelerate your results in a very short window of time?

What if instead of heading home tired and over stimulated looking for something to entertain you and take your mind off your day, you listened to an audio program or audio book that inspired you to take a different perspective on your life?

How do you think you’d feel learning something new that helps you grow instead of watching someone act out a character on TV knowing that they are living their dream, but your not? The possibilities are endless!

But you “must” begin by selecting something that you want to learn and begin feeding your mind every day. Life is short and the more habits you have around wasting your time doing something that’s keeping you the unhappy and the same, the more regrets you’ll have down the road.

Mark Twain said it best: Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

Don’t wait to get started; “waiting” is just a habit. Start now and leave comment below to let me know you like this.

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