We have to be willing to keep moving, to persist. To seek opportunities and to change. We have to be willing to leave our comfort zones.
Willingness is key to everything we do. No one ever enjoys being forced into something, and as result they will not benefit from it nearly as much as those who are willing to take action on their own terms. If we are not willing to do what it takes to overcome our challenges and seek improvement then we will never find ourselves in a better state.
It all comes down to our willingness. If you’re willing you’ll discover opportunities, find solutions, learn new things, make new friends, and become better. If you’re not willing you’ll just have to be content with how things are, because they will stay as they are until you’ll change who you are. Till you become for flexible and prepared for change. (By flexible I mean humble, not careless.)
Let’s seek to always be willing to seek improvement, refinement, and personal progression.
We will always have the possibilities we need. If we want to work toward a goal, we will be presented with opportunities and possibilities that will help us work toward that goal. If we want to get better we will find ourselves with the chances to do so.
If you are fixated on progression and the pursuit of personal improvement and refinement then you will realize the opportunities you need as they come to you. The more you seek understanding, the more you ask yourself how you can truly reach your potential, the more you look, the more you’ll find.
If this seems overly simple, then perhaps you have allowed your mind to over complicate things. You need to realize that everything can be simple if we will allow it to be so.
I recently found myself with a mental challenge that although in some ways is uncomfortable is in reality very healthy for me. I need it to nudge me along, to encourage my progress, and insist that I learn and make progress.
Struggle, challenge, and stress are amazing gifts when they help you to work toward reaching your potential and your goals. When they help you to face yourself, and to access who you are, who you want to be, and what you need to do to get there, and inspire action and commitment then they are gifts of opportunity and empowerment.
Let us see that things can come together.
Let us see the future with faith.
Let us see past our current struggle and see our future freedom. Never let today’s struggle discourage you from see your potential and being committed to reaching for it.
Never give up.
Be committed to reaching your potential, and doing tomorrow what feels impossible today, and soon enough you’ll find yourself with the opportunities you need to get there.
Yesterday I produced a video of how I would selling water in under a minute.
I did this due to a challenge given by Grant Cardone.
He has issued the perfect pitch challenge challenge.
Stating that the person who did the best job of selling water in 1 min would get $1000 US, they would get to come on his talk show, and he would help them become internationally famous.
Here’s the video in which I learned of the challenge:
Learn more about the challenge here:
I thought hey, what a great way to get some sales, and video editing experience.
Not to mention the opportunity to meet Grant and gain recognition to help move me forward with my business.
So I got to work and quickly started brainstorm a pitch and made several practice videos. At the end of the day I had a video I was proud of.
It was a water sale that was professional, fun, and attention grabbing.
Sure the quality of the video wasn’t that great, but with the resources I had, I was glad I could produce such an awesome video.
Check out the video.
Like it! Share it!
Everyone is sure to enjoy this quick sales pitch.
I’m so grateful I took the challenge. Even if I don’t win the contest, I learned I could quickly produce a sales video. To succeed in life we have to be able to take massive action, to commit and then make things happen.
Although this is no easy feat, we can all do it. The more we work at it the easier it will get.
Had a blast making the video, hope you have a blast watching it, and sharing it with your friends.
Since having made this video, and post I have made another video.
I figured why not create yet another video with a different approach to the sale. In this video I’m suited up, at a desk, and I have glass of water instead of a bottle.
Feel free to drop by and check it out. Like it and share it with your friends.
I had fun putting these videos together and I hope you have fun viewing and sharing them.
We always need to remember that opportunities to learn and grow are right in front of us, we just have to act on them.
I have very little experience putting videos on youtube, but thanks to this water pitch challenge I’ve produced two videos to put on youtube.
My first water sales video has well over 450 views.
Although that’s not much by youtube standards, It shows that I can get views.
Thanks for taking the time to read this post, and check out my videos!
Hope you have a wonderful day.
Writing out a plan adds power to your day. If you have no plan you have not physically committed to action. Sure you might feel mentally committed, but why not be both mentally and physically committed to do what you want to do. This way you can achieve what you want to achieve and become who you want to become.
I always find that when I write out a plan for my day I will generally get more done. This is because I feel more committed. I remember what I planned to do. I can also feel accomplished when when I check things of my list and realize that I’m following the plan I set for myself.
Yesterday I got my package of Grant Cardone produce. I picked up some of his 10X planner. So far so good. I have had a seriously successful day right out of the gate. I usually just use a regular note book and write lists for each day. I can appreciate when I have planner that helps speed up the process.
If you would like to get more done, and feel more accomplished and productive etc, then you need to be making plans.(On paper.) Write out what you plan to do each day. Sure it’s hard, just do you’re best. Try it out and see how it makes you feel. I have discovered that writing out my plans helps me a lot. It’s a practice I’ve been working on for years. I’m not claiming to be perfect at it. I just know it helps me. So just maybe,…It could help you too.
Always look for ways to help you get on and stay on your “A” game. Always look for ways to refine what you do so you can refine who you are. And always remember that progress and change takes time. Seek to improve, and never give up.
Expect it to be hard, but be willing to do it any ways. Always we aware of the reality of opposition. It will never be easy to do what you need to do to become who you want to be.
We need to realize that if what we seek to do is become better so we can give more, than we will be opposed.
Opposition comes from both directions. We are opposed in our efforts to do what we shouldn’t do. We will always be able to find encouragement to become better. We will also be opposed in our efforts to do better, with the enticement to cuddle up inside the warmth of our comfort zone, rather than jump out into the cool morning of opportunity.
One of struggles will be to determine what is driving our choices. We need to be willing to ask ourselves why are thinking the way we are thinking. Awareness is key when it comes to taking action.
When we are actively aware of our own thoughts we will be better prepared to make the right choices for the right reasons.
Never ever ever feel that because it is hard to do the right thing, to show up, to put in the effort, or get up and get out you are failing. This is not the case. It is never the case. This simply means that you’re human!
The struggle doesn’t define you. The struggle simply tries you to see who you are and who you will be come. The struggle provides opportunity for growth.
Keep work at it. Don’t give up. Sometimes your day won’t be perfect, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be productive. Never beat yourself up for being human, simply challenge your self to push past the mental limits of your humanity so you can discover your true potential.