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With a surface temperature of eight hundred seventy degrees Fahrenheit, a heavy. Carbon dioxide atmosphere at divall canes and deadly clouds of sulfuric acid Venus's tough world to explore. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future NASA is hoping to build on the success of the silicon based integrated circuits used on Mars Landers, but the target this time Venus once thought to be a likely place to find life the mariner and Russian venire probes in the nineteen sixties and seventies revealed, the harsh reality of Venus even spacecraft built today wouldn't survive much longer than the venero Landers with their massive cooling systems. None lasted more than one hundred twenty seven minutes on the blistering the news in surface. But a team at NASA Glenn research center is developing a new. Electronics technology that could survive more than five hundred twenty hours in the hostile environment. The electron IX made of silicon carbide circuits could not only make exploration Venus possible, but might be a hot prospect for aircraft engines and a range of other earth applications as well for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
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Behind The Scenes Of The New Traffic Secrets Book...
Step #1 in the process of writing the new Traffic Secrets book. On this episode Russell talks about the process he does while writing his books. Also find out when the launch date will be for his latest book, Traffic Secrets. Here are some of the amazing things you will hear on today’s episode: Why Russell started over while writing the Dotcom Secrets book. Find out why doing an event after deleting the first draft of the Expert Secrets book helped him come up with a better framework. And find out how he is beginning to write the Traffic Secrets book, and when you’ll be able to get your hands on a copy of it. So listen here to find out what Russell goes through to write a book, and why you should consider buying the previous two books again when Traffic Secrets launches. ---Transcript--- Good morning everybody, this is Russell Brunson. Welcome to Marketing Secrets podcast. I am pumped to be here with you guys today. I’m going to tell you guys a little bit about the event that happened last weekend. Alright everybody, so last night we just got back from the Traffic Secrets event. Yes, you heard me right, the Traffic Secrets event. What? Which is really, really exciting. And now I’m actually heading to the dentist. I’ve got a little window. I’m definitely late for the dentist, but that’s what he gets for being a dentist. Just kidding, I like my dentist a lot, he’s a cool guy. But I gotta get my teeth drilled or something, so it’s one of those things. But I just want to tell you guys about last weekend and why we did it and a whole bunch of other stuff. Those who know my journey, know my story over the last few years, know that a long, long, long time ago, like ten years ago I had an idea I wanted to write a book. But I feel like you have to earn a book. It’s not something that’s just given to you, you have to earn it. So I bought the domain name dotcomsecrets.com, because I was like I want to write a book called DotCom Secrets dot com, because I’m going to teach people the secrets of the dot com thing. Anyway, looking back now I probably would have named it something different. But that was the name, and I wanted it to be a book. And then it sat there for like a decade where it wasn’t a book, it was just in my head. And then one day I was out to dinner with my buddy Chad Wolner, and we were at Carl’s Jr eating while we were watching our kids play on the little playground thing. And he said something very profound to me, he said, “Do you know the difference between you and Tony Robbins and Brendan Burchard?” I’m like, “No what?” and he’s like, “I feel like your content’s better, you’re helping more people, you’re doing all this cool stuff, but they seem more legitimate than you because they’ve written more books.” I was like, “What?” At first I wanted to curse him out and then next I’m like, “Crap.” If he’s thinking that, one of my close friends, what is the rest of the world thinking? Alright, if I want to legitimize what I’m doing I need to write a book. And this is about the same time that we’re working on Clickfunnels. So these two projects are happening simultaneously, because that’s the smart way to do it, write a book and launch a software company at the exact same time. So I start the journey, and we start writing the book, and I spent a long, long, long time and I wrote the whole first draft of the book, and after I wrote it I looked at it and I was like, “I’m not proud of it.” And I told this at the Traffic Secrets event, one of the life lessons I got from my dad. I remember one time he asked me to go clean the car, and this is, I was probably about 8 or 9 years old, and I went and cleaned the car and came back, “Dad, okay it’s clean. Can you come out and look at it so I can go out and play?” and he’s like, “Well, are you proud of it?” I’m like, “I don’t know.” And he’s like, “Well, if you’re proud of it, then you’re done.” And I’m like, “Crap.” And I’m like, “I’m probably not proud of it.” So I went back down to the car and I started cleaning and re-cleaned the whole thing, and this time I made sure I was proud of it. I went back up and I’m like, “Okay dad, the car’s done.” And he said the same thing, “Are you proud of it.” And I said, “Yeah.” And he said, “Okay, then you’re done.” He didn’t even come look at it. Life lesson right there. Boom. So fast forward now, twenty years later and I’m reading the manuscript of the book that I’m about to go send to the publisher, and I was like, “I’m not proud of this.” So I decided to just get rid of it. So I got rid of the script and I thought, you know, the problem was, all the stuff was in there and I don’t know, it didn’t make sense, wasn’t in the right order. There was like this chicken and the egg concept, what comes first? They have to know this before they know this, and all these things. So I thought the best way to do this was to actually teach a live event because then I can explain it and see it in people’s eyes, see what makes sense, and see what things are out of context and stuff. So my little coaching program at the time was called Dotcom Secrets Ignite, some of you may have been in that. I said, “Alright guys, everyone come to Boise, we are going to teach this event called Dotcom Secrets.” And I ended up getting about a hundred people to show up to Boise and for three days I taught the concept of the book. And what’s interesting, as I was teaching it I was like, “Oh crap, you need context. This doesn’t make sense. I need to explain this.” So I taught the whole thing, and after I got done I rearranged the outline and changed everything around until it was like, oh, here’s the book. Then I started over and rewrote the book and then boom, we have Dotcom Secrets, which I’m very proud of. So that was the first book and then I was like, “I will never write a book again.” There was so much pain associated. Of all the projects I’d ever done, that was the most amount of work and the least amount of money made from a project. Because books don’t make you a ton of money. They make you good money if you do it right, if you do it through a funnel the way we do. But it wasn’t insane. I’m used to funnels where you launch it and they do a few million dollars out the gate. This one, you know, sold a ton of books, but it wasn’t short term, huge monetary success. But looking back at it now, five years later, it’s been huge monetary success. Because it was the indoctrination piece that got people to understand funnels, which then created the desire and the need for Clickfunnels. Anyway, so I get the book done, and I’m never going to write a book again. And then like a year later I’m at this mastermind meeting, which is actually happening again this weekend, it’s kind of funny. It was Joe Polishes mastermind meeting and I’m going and I get invited to this dinner the night before with a couple of people. So I’m at the dinner, and sitting across from me at the dinner is this guy named Dean Graziosi, some of you guys know Dean. I had been a fan of Dean’s for a long time, we’d met once or twice. He was the dude who was on infomercials for twenty years. I used to watch his infomercials and study him, and write the scripts out because I was a marketing nerd. And just loved what he was doing. So I’m sitting across from him and we’re talking and having all these conversations. And in the middle of this conversation about something completely different, I had this realization that was like, “You need to write a book and it’s going to be called Expert Secrets and somehow Dean’s going to help you. I’m not sure if it’s going to be an infomercial or something. But you need to write this book.” I’m like, oh crap. I don’t want to write a book. But I had bought that domain two or three years earlier, so I remember I went to bed that night and Dave Woodward was staying with me and I was just like, “I’m writing another book.” And he’s like, “What?” and we start talking about it and he’s freaking out, we’re freaking out. And so that started the journey. So guess what I did? I wrote an entire copy of the book, I was so excited. That was this time of the year, right now we’re in October. So then fast forward to the next summer, so it means I had spent six months writing this book. So that summer, I think it was June or July, I was at my family reunion and I was supposed to be going through the final edits of the draft to be able to send to my publisher. So I’m reading the drafts and as I’m reading it, I’m like two or three pages in and I had the same realization, “I’m not proud of this.” And I was like, no, I spent too much time on this. So I was like, it’s not right. And back then I was snapchatting, so I got on Snapchat Live and I said, “everyone, I’ve been writing this book for the last six or seven months, and I’m not proud of it.” So I highlighted the entire book, live on Snapchat, then deleted it and resaved the file, so it was gone, gone. It was the only copy I had. And I was like, “It’s gone.” And everyone was freaking out. I got people messaging me like, “No, Russell. I will pay you a thousand dollars to read that manuscript.” And I’m like, “No, it’s gone forever. I’m not proud of it. I don’t want it leaking out to the interwebs and people would be like, ‘oh that’s Russell’s book.” So I decided after that, I was like, “I need to do an event like last time.” So I called up my now, mini-inner circle at the time and said, “you guys, we’re doing an event in Boise next month. Boom, come to this event.” And I didn’t know where I was going to go, but I just knew that the event had a schedule, therefore I must figure out how to teach this concept in a really short period of time. And at the same time I was going to Kenya, so we’re flying to Kenya. On the flight to Kenya, on the gravel roads in Kenya and on the flight home from Kenya I am reading, mapping out, studying, planning, plotting, scheming, building out the framework for this book. And if you’ve read my books you know I doodle out every concept. So I’m doodling every single concept, putting them in chronological order, trying to get it the best I can. I land in Boise, coming home from Kenya, our flight got delayed by 36 hours, so it was a day late getting home, and my event was the next day. So I land, go to bed, wake up in the morning and I go to this event to teach the concepts again. I teach the Expert Secrets concepts over two days, and what’s fun, the same thing. I’m teaching stuff and some things make total sense to people, other things they get stuck and I have to reteach it, and redo the framework and I’m trying…. I remember one concept that I thought was going to take 10-15 minutes to explain, we ended up spending 3 hours on it in the group because we figure it out and how to make it simple and simplify it. Anyway, when that was done, then I took the outline and retweaked it and boom, I went back to writing and I wrote the Expert Secrets book. So there’s pass number two. So this time, and again I was like, “I will never write a book. I forgot how painful writing books are, and this was horrible. I’ll never write a book.” And literally, in the middle of the Expert Secrets launch, day two or day three, I get a message from John Reese who said, “Hey, would you be interested in buying Traffic Secrets from me?” And I was like, oh my gosh. This could be the trilogy. I could get a hardbound trilogy box set. I was like, this would be the greatest thing in the world. Dotcom Secrets, Expert Secrets, Traffic Secrets, and then my podcast, which you see is Marketing Secrets, and Marketing Secrets is like the daily what’s happening in the world right now, thoughts on top of the conscious mind. And the other books are like the foundational cornerstones, that are the evergreen pieces that never change. And I was just like, “I have to buy this.” And emotionally I bought it, which means you spend a lot more money than you should. But I knew that that was book number three. So now fast forward, we’re a year and a half past the Expert Secrets launching. It sold hundreds of thousands of copies, it’s changed a lot of people’s lives and it’s helped people’s funnels grow, which is really, really good. And now I’m sitting here and trying to figure out this third book. And I was like, “should I start writing?” and I’m like, “No, I must do an event first.” So I called up all my Inner Circle and Two Comma Club X members and said, “You know what, I’m going to offer something I wasn’t doing before and we’re doing an event and it’s going to be amazing.” So the next thing we know, now we’re in…. Sorry my car is super loud, and I’m super late for the dentist. So next thing we know, I’m in Arizona and for two day we’re teaching the Traffic Secrets book. And it was fun, it was the same concept. Monday I came in and started doodling it out, had the framework, the doodles the things. I spent Monday, Tuesday and all day Wednesday doodling, sketching, putting together a process, putting together a framework, and then Thursday morning stepped onstage and started teaching the Traffic Secrets book. And I taught it Thursday and taught it Friday and yeah, it turned out good. And now I know what shifts and changes and things I need to move around. And now the writing process begins, but it was really, really cool. So I wanted to share with you guys because that is my process. I know a lot of you guys are struggling, how do you teach content? How do you write books? How do you blah, blah, blah? And for me it’s all aobut like, first off I basically gotta write an outline, here’s an outline of what I’m going to create. Number two is I build the framework, for me the frameworks are these doodles. So I doodle out here’s the framework of what I’m trying to teach, the conceptual thing. And then for me now, what I’ve found, the shortcut is get a bunch of people in a room and teach it. And if you teach it, it’s cool because people sitting in a room don’t have context. So it’s like if you explain something and they’re like, “I have no idea what you’re talking about, you’re like, “Oh my gosh, I need to explain that earlier in the book or it’s not going to make sense.” So that’s kind of how I do my process. So I’m going to do another episode in the near future about frameworks, because Steven Larsen and I were talking about, he’s like, ‘The thing you’re the best at is building out frameworks. You’re like the framework king. Everyone needs to become framework kings because when you have the framework it’s easy to teach off. But how do you actually build the framework?” You know my process has been going back twenty, forty, fifty years in the past, learning from the best direct response marketers of all time, figuring out what the frameworks are, bringing them to modern day, and then creating frameworks now all of us can go and use in our world, in our businesses, and things like that. So anyway, it’s just kind of interesting, so I wanted to share that with you guys and hopefully give you some ideas. For those who are stressed out, “Russell can write a book because he’s Russell.” It’s like, no Russell struggles writing books more than anybody. So what he does is this process and how it works. Anyway, I hope that helps. With that said, you guys, I’m almost to the dentist. I’m going to bounce. Thank you so much for listening and I hope you guys are getting excited for the third book. I have to have to the publisher by May 1st, we’re also re publishing Dotcom Secrets and Expert Secrets. I’m going to be adding about a hundred pages to each book, and we’re republishing them as hardbound books and it’s going to come when we launch next September, I think it’s my launch date. They’re going to come in like a box set, which is the coolest thing ever. It’s like the Star Wars trilogy, only cooler. Or Lord of the Rings trilogy, but even cooler. It’s the Secrets trilogy. Alright you guys, be sure to get prepared and excited and ready to buy this when it’s ready because you’re going to love it. It’s going to be amazing, I promise you I’m killing myself to make sure the books are great for you guys. Appreciate you all, thanks so much for everything and we’ll talk to you guys soon. Bye everybody.
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E269 Your Goals Are Too Big | Why Your Goals Are Holding You Back
This is fifteen minutes to freedom. I'm your host Ryan idell. And today's episode is your goals are too big. Today's episode. I'm going to share with you why the goals that you've set are almost bound to fail. I know crazy way to start out an episode you've set ostentatious goals for two thousand nineteen you're motivated. It's a first week in January you want to achieve everything that you set out to do I can truly tell you. I want you to achieve that and more. That's why I'm sharing this message with you. You see most years for my life. I sat down sometime in December. Maybe the first week in January and created goals. That's familiar. Have. You yourself may be sat down already and created some goals for yourself some things that you know, you need to change some things that need perfected in tweet. I get it. We all do it. It's almost like what the New Year's is known for its creating these new ideas new pathways new success principles. And when I used to sit down and set these out, I would say, okay, there's all this stuff that I didn't do if I look back in the past year. I wanted to lose weight. I want to get up earlier. I want to be better boyfriend at that point or have more money in the Bank account. These are all things I had to do. I had convinced myself that these were the things that we're gonna make me successful. Also things we're gonna make me feel whole fulfilled on the inside. Well it right down. Right. I'd get a sheet of paper out, and I do all the good happy things that were supposed to do in order to make us feel successful had right down this year. I'm going to do whatever it would be. And from the standpoint this vantage point, I would Dench venture into like the metaphysics world of discussing that. I'm I'm gonna talk. This is present tense already own these things like this is already who. I am. Wonderful, right. Maybe you've done the same thing that today in this moment, I've already achieved these things I commend you for that. I truly believe there's a part of that that works. But there's only part of that that works right at some point. We have to become practical tacticians of what we're postulating is going to work. So what do I mean by that? I can only share with you my personal example where I used to say, I know I need to get up earlier. So as part of my life that if you've listened for a long time, you might not fully know about although I've been very transparent sharing my stories. I was a man that used to claim to be a night out. The only way I could get things done. We're after hours, right? The guy going to bed at eleven twelve one two, and then I would say like nothing I don't really have to get up in the morning. Maybe this is you right now. Maybe I'm literally speaking to you that this is a story running in the background of your mind that I'm just not a morning person. Okay. I get it. But then all of a sudden, I started reading books. And I started listening to entrepreneurs. And this was back when I was in the car business people that were able to come in and write hundred thousand dollar checks for automobiles. I wanted to know how they got to that point. You see I was never frayed to ask a question to try to understand how how someone arrived at where they had risen to. So it asked a question. Most of them said something along the same lines and that message into being seek out information seek counsel c coaching seek mentorship. Seek books. Seek knowledge. Man of all these if tens if not hundreds of people are all telling me, the same thing, I should probably start to consider listening to this. So I started reading. And reading was all well and good until you start figuring out how many different books there are right. Have you ever considered? How many books are in the world. How many books you see people post on social media? How many books you feel obligated to potentially read? It's crazy to me. And what's crazy to me is how many of them say the same thing? And that same thing ends up being. To get up earlier. Right. The successful people that I know they were all waking up earlier. And so here, I am talking to successful people that have more ability and more financial what appears like more financial buns than I have. They've certainly got more successful businesses. And they're literally all sharing with me the same thing the shirt with me, it's time to get up early. But here I am running this background story of. I'm just not a morning person. So I write down the New Year's resolution writes my goal, I get up at eight o'clock every morning, and I'm going to start getting up at five. That's what I'm gonna do. I got this. Think about yourself right now. Think of the goals that you set forth probably three to four days ago about making that big swing that tremendous leap. So you take this. What was actually happening take the fact that I was a rising waking up every morning around eight AM and some somehow magic I'm supposed to go back to five AM because that's going to give me the time to read into journal and meditate do all the things. I know I'm supposed to do. So it works, right? Of course. It does the mind. Powerful us commit to something already put yourself in the present tense as though you're able to achieve it. And poof, just like that. It's there. Kind of. So I do it and it works for two days. Maybe three days this works. This waking up early actually works at chief something but by day four of the first week of the new year, I'm exhausted. Because I'm still going to bed at loosely the same time, I'm trying to trying to inch backwards. But I'm convincing myself to do something that I haven't inherently earned my way into. And yes, that's crazy. Right. Earn my way into waking up earlier. But I say that because I set this goal that was way too big. I said this crazy goal. The fact I'm going to go from waking up at eight o'clock in the morning to magically now waking up at five AM. And it works for him full days. And then it doesn't work and when it doesn't work. There's a shame and guilt feedback loop that fires off inside of my head. That shame guilt feedback loop is telling me that I'm not good enough. It's only that anytime I've ever set my mind to something I always come up short. It saying I'm just not destined to be one of the successful people. Did they have something different than I have? Think of all those things how many times this week if not this month if not in the past year have you told yourself a comparable story. Even if it's not something you're verbalizing Orly. It's running in the subconscious. You're thinking about it. Right. It happens. It's there. And what happens when it's air. Is it never goes away? So here I am with the best intentions in the world. Waking up at eight AM now backing up to five AM. I fall short. And it's just negatively negatively negatively. And so that couple the fact I've told all my friends all the people I care about. I've made a New Year's resolution. I'm waking up at five, and I got that dopamine DM. I got that thing that says man, you've you've already done it makes you feel like you've achieved it, right? Like think about that. When you spread this message out to every person, you know, how great you feel in that moment. Neck rates, again, some new neural pathways so new psychological events that convince you going for that you've already done it because you get the dopamine feeling as though you've already achieved it. Unfortunately, you haven't. You haven't done what you set out to do yet. You might be using the law of attraction manifestation and putting in the present tense. But you haven't actually put in the work yet. At least I hadn't. And so what happens negative feedback loop? Fires already got the dopamine dumping album barest until my friends. And so instead of verbalizing looking for help asking for Hughes of how this might work. I retreat backwards. Retrieve backwards and don't do anything to change my trajectory. I literally just sit there saying eventually this is going to get better. What do you think happens? Do you think magically that year? I just decided to start waking up. Earlier course, not I didn't because we're habitual creatures human beings like to run in patterns don't believe me or questioning it think right now as you're watching this video or listen to it in your car, all the things that you've done subconsciously the turns legal you turn on this during while you move left. You didn't you didn't sit there in the presence of mind and say, okay after my stirring, eight degrees left and slowly twists and fire. Every muscle in your body. Right. It just happens. And if you think that's too extreme think about what you do when you drive to work. It's kind of on autopilot, right? We take the same path to and from over and over and over again, we don't even notice new things. And so the habitual nature of the fact that I'd been getting up at eight o'clock in the morning has me retreat back to that very point. But I'm embarrassed to say anything about it because of got the dopamine dumping. I don't want the judgment because the only thing worse than shame and guilt is judgment in my world. And I didn't have the presence of mind in the self-assurance in the ego. That was solid enough to handle the judgment that was going to come no matter. What is he eventually gotten to the point just as I would encourage you to get to the after realized half, the time people aren't going to like you. Half the time. People don't care. At any moment. Fifty percent of what you do. People are just going to adamantly disagree with. Okay. I'm gonna encourage you to remember what you're doing is not for them. It's for you. And so I've taken down this long path right of all the things I did that did not work, and they're plentiful when it comes to how I've calibrated my mornings. So what I do that was different. I started realizing that change comes incrementally. If you wanted to be long lasting. So after certain period of time when I realized that I wasn't capable of going from eight AM to five AM. I started to design a process, maybe it was a process I read somewhere, maybe it was a friend that shared it with me. Maybe with something that I heard on a podcast just like this. But what it is if my body needs seven and a half hours of sleep, and I'm going to bed at twelve thirty and I'm getting up at eight AM. In my first week. All going to do is go to bed at twelve and wake up at seven thirty in the morning. And I'm gonna get accustomed to how that feels. I'm gonna make a goal. That's not so big that I'm gonna fail. And it's gonna feel good right because I will have done it for seven days, and I will feel -ccomplish at what I've achieved. And no sooner get to twelve and seven or twelve and seven thirty. I'm able to back down to eleven thirty and seven that week to might surprise you as we enter into week three. I drop down to six thirty. And eleven. Then six and ten thirty. Then I start to realize that is I go to bed earlier, and I have more focus in the morning. I'm actually achieving more feel more energy. So the seven and a half hours sleep that I was convinced that I needed. I'm gonna try seven. Snob. Getting going to bed at ten and I'm getting up at five thirty. Going to bed and getting up at five thirty it actually works. And that I cut back to five snob. Going to bed at ten and I'm waking up at five and this, of course, has taken me five six seven weeks. Right. It's not an overnight procedure. But that's what we think we can do we think we can go from zero to a hundred right? Life is not a Drake song. This takes actual work to make these things happen and not only make them happen. But have them be sustainable to have them be sustainable from the inside out. Right. No part of me, waking up at five AM at that point in my life was based off extra validation at that point the people that I truly noon associated with they were not the type or waking up early. They will type that we're going to bars staying out late womanizing fraternizing all the things that you might be doing yourself. But I had to realize that those people didn't serve where I was going. If I wanted something different than they had. I was going to have to do something different than they were doing. And it's our with my morning ritual which started with just getting up before eight AM buying back on my own time. All this comes from the fact that I had originally set out for this huge goal right to shave three hours off my morning or at three hours to my day. And what happened in that process? Was I found out that I needed to set more realistic and obtainable goals that built into a larger goal. And that's what I want you to think about as we wrap this up. Where in your life or your goals? Just too damn big. And not that they're too big that you can't achieve over time. But setting that small goal I to build into the big goal where is that existing for you? Is in your body. Maybe a little overweight, maybe wanna tighten up a little bit. See some six pack again, get some cap to your shoulders you want to join a gym you want to lose twenty pounds. You want to do all these great things. I know you can do it. I little have one hundred percent confidence and certainty in your ability to do that. It's just gonna take time saying the gym seven days a week for an hour and twenty minutes at a time is almost guaranteed recipe for failure. What I encourage you to do is take whatever you've done and incrementally. Try to grow by twenty percent week over week in both time volume and duration over the period of five or six weeks. You've now built in some healthy habits that are sustainable without extra novella Dacian. And perhaps you're not the one that has the issue with the gym. Maybe have a body you're happy with and you're already you're already training already feel like your body's on fire. Maybe your relationship is area in which you need some tweaking. I get it. Learn os. I've been there too. It's unrealistic to think if you're not having sex with your partner on multiple days throughout the week. You're gonna snap your fingers show some love honor and appreciation and gonna be having passionate sex every day. Much which out to do. Right. You get home from work. You bring you bring it home flowers. You love on her your kisser, and boom, it's just supposed to happen. And maybe in the first day does happen. Maybe in the second date happens. But by the third day, you're tired. It's been a long day at work. You've been frustrated the commute home was rough. And just retreat back to the old ways of the feet up on the sofa flipping through the television. And you wonder why you went from once a month, and you were expecting go to once a day, and it didn't happen. And let's even say for just a moment. That it's not your body. And it's not your relationship, maybe the area that you've overcommitted to as your business. And maybe this business. You say I'm going to be the salesperson of them. I'm gonna outsell everybody. We look back in the past record. You haven't been in the top five and your organization the entire time. You've been employed. Just like the other two instances. I know you'll be successful. I have one hundred percent certainty in you. But what do you have to do to build into that? What are the healthy incremental habit are to build into every day to become part of who you are versus something. You're trying to achieve. When you figure those out, and then you start to apply them, you're much more likely to earn that spot and keep it. Nobody wants to be the flash in the pan. Nobody wants to be the one time hero. Let's be honest with ourselves. We all wanna be the AllState quarterback leading our team to the championship that plays. Perfect games. Every game. You can be that person. You're actually destined to be that person you have to create the habits and lifestyles of live you to do that. And once you realize that your goals have been too big inning to break them down incrementally. And then apply it to your daily life. You'll find out that every day after you're able to get shit done.
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