How To Get Back On Track

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Do you know that feeling of being in the zone? And that everything goes well?

  • You wake up early every day to hit the gym.
  • You write 500 words a day.
  • You make daily prospecting calls.
  • You journal profoundly, and never skip a day.
  • You don’t eat junk food.

And consequently, everything is going great in your life. Every productive person has been there. When you do the things you know you should do, you feel in control of your life.

Like Woody Allen says, “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” And you’re showing up.

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How I Measure My Life

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You can easily measure a business by looking at the numbers. Turnover, profit, costs, employee churn, etc.

But how do you measure your life? There are no universal metrics to assess your life.

So it’s up to every person to create their own way to measure where they are in life.

Some do that by looking at how much they earn compared to their peers. Some look at how far they climbed the corporate ladder. Others measure themselves by how they look.

I have studied how the most successful thinkers of our time measure their lives. The answer is surprising. You rarely hear that successful people measure their life by the size of their bank account or any other conventional measure.

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How To Successfully Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

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Whether you like them or not, New Year’s resolutions are great to create a positive change in your life.

Maybe you always wanted to start a business, read a book a week, get a sixpack, or meditate more. The start of every year is the perfect opportunity to hit the reset button and do things differently.

But I bet you’ve read all the articles and research that say New Year’s resolutions are useless and that they hardly work. Some say 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail. Others say it’s even 92%.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean New Year’s resolutions are bad. It means that most of us don’t know how to successfully keep our resolutions.

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