What do you enjoy in life? What are you good at? Success begins with a dream. Dreams are goals with a deadline. Don’t be afraid to dream big. The bigger the better. Dreams and goals are the motivating factors that drive us to succeed.
When you discover your dream, you need to begin planning on how you will accomplish it by setting short-term goals. As you begin to accomplish some of these smaller short-term goals, you will start to develop a belief system within yourself.
GOALS – Take the blindfold off your eyes.
BELIEVING IN YOURSELF
There is a big difference between thinking and believing.
Do you really believe in your ability? You should, because everything you need is already inside you.
Success is attained by finding the best strategies.
You can accomplish anything, as long as you learn the right strategies.
After you decide on your dreams and learn the best strategies, you now must take consistent
action. Why do most people fail at this step?
- MENTAL ASSOCIATIONS. Gain or Pain
- A.A.I. (ACT AS IF). Act the way you want to become and you will become the way you act.
- Share your dream, or positive past experience; it can change your mental state.
V³-FACTOR. (VISION – VERSATILE – VALIDATE)
All actions begin with a vision. You must constantly review your goals and vision to keep you motivated.
Your actions must be versatile and flexible
You need to validate your actions. There is a difference between trying and doing.
EVALUATING YOUR RESULTS
You must confirm your progress. If you are not moving in the right direction, then you might need to make changes. If you are happy and getting results continue on your way.
Be BRAVE on your journey toward your goals!
Author: Bill Parisi
Parisi Speed School founder Bill Parisi is an internationally recognized fitness business expert who shares his enthusiasm and passion for sports performance enhancement through presentations to business owners, athletes and coaches every year.
More than 650,000 athletes have trained through this system, now available in more than 90 facilities and health clubs in 31 states.
Our mission as the industry leader in performance training is to deliver a positive training experience that improves speed of movement and strength in character regardless of ability or economic status.