Tuesday, February 1, 2011


If you want to be a winner, don't whine, bitch, or complain. Do what you've got to do and do it well. Mean what you say, know what you mean, and only say what comes from spirit and honor.

Set clear goals and take all the steps necessary to reach them, no matter what it takes. Nothing is as important as your goals. Have discipline to stick with them in spite of all the mess going on around you, in spite of all the confusion, chaos or doubt. Do it. Don't give up. Stick with your goals, and keep them close to your heart, and most importantly, dig in and get started.

Remind yourself of your goals constantly. Put notes where you can see them all the time. Make visual boards. Stimulate your imagination and consistently take small steps. The world is built by small steps. Enough small steps will equal an amazing leap forward and that's what you want.

Make sure your goals are clear, simple and direct. Keep your convoluted BS out of it. That is only a distraction, of many distractions. If it's not simple you're doing it wrong. If it's not fun you should rethink what you're doing. It'll feel good when you take action. It'll feel good when you see results.

No matter what anyone says, does or thinks, you know what you want, you know what you need, honor that before all else.

And under any circumstance, or any condition, do not whine, bitch or complain.

Do you want to win or not?

Then do what you've got to do. And do it well.

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