This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
Are there any tools that I can use to really see what that next step is, that next action? I just feel like I'm always pushing to an unrealistic point, even though I feel like I can do it, but then it ends up being this overwhelming thing.
The desire needs to be there, because if it's there, that will be the thing that causes you to overcome whatever resistance there is around the action.
If the desire is not there, then the fear will always be stronger than whatever it is that we're saying the desire is.
There are three important questions you must ask:
1) What do you really want?
And be 100% completely honest with yourself about this answer.
2) Are you currently doing whatever it is to achieve what you want?
This needs to be specific and it needs to have direction.
The achievement needs to be something that's measurable, so that you can determine not only what track to be on, but in what direction on that track you’re going.
3) What needs to happen every day in order to achieve whatever it is that you’re looking to achieve?
And this should be more than one thing.
You have to get clear on what these actions are, because they give you direction every day and tell you what you need to work on.
It could be identifying all the problems that are out there, how you overcome those problems, and how you know that you've overcome those problems.
People think success is a destination. It's never a destination.
Never, ever, ever. It is a journey. And it is a process.
Successful people live in the process, not in the destination. They love the process.
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