I’m sure you’ll probably meet people who do nothing to achieve their goals (such as losing weight).
They are leaving it for the “next time,” maybe next year or even later. They are waiting for something to change their lives. However, they get no results.
Then you find people who start something but when it gets difficult, they quit.RELATED: RECOMMENDED PLANS FOR YOU
They try dieting, exercise (Zumba, aerobics, weight lifting, biking, swimming), weight-loss products, you name it. But they always end up quitting. They are never consistent in their efforts and they get no results.
Then you have those who do average work.
They want better results, but they don’t understand that they can’t get results that are better than the effort they put in.
Then you get people who kill it, people who stand apart from all the other categories. They take massive action and never get tired.
It seems like they are on some kind of mission. They are persistent and never stop until they reach their goal. These are the people that succeed in their goals.
Let me put it in other words
If you do nothing, you get nothing. If you do something and quit, you still get nothing. If you do average work, you get average results.
But if you want to stand apart, you need to take massive action.
The truth is that there is nothing wrong with failing to achieve your goals or with getting average results, body or health if you are truly satisfied. But you need to be honest with yourself.
Are you dieting because you want an average body? Are you happy with your health? Are you happy not achieving your goal and giving up? Are you happy dreaming without doing something to realize your dream?
If you complain it probably means that you are not happy. The best thing you can do is to put your energy into taking immense action with persistence towards your goal.
No matter what you do, it will require energy.
So if you are truthful with yourself and you really want to achieve your goal, then take massive action.
Be obsessive with your goal, write it down, do research about it, dream about it and create a plan.
Make sure that people know what you are after. Make sure that people have no doubt about you achieving your goal.
Back when I started lifting weights, people asked me if I was training to compete or fight or if I was a personal trainer. None were true. But it was clear to people that I was after something. I was obsessive about my goal.
These days my business is very successful because people see my passion and my obsession to help others. They have no doubt about my mission.
I take massive action. I don’t doubt I’ll get what I want.
If I can do it, anybody can do it. So next time you dream about getting something or achieving something, think about what level of effort you are going to practice:
“nothing”, “half-hearted”, “average” or “massive action”.
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