THE TWO THINGS I HAVE TO BE MINDFUL OF TO GROW
1. I have to be able to be honest with myself when it comes to where I truly am in my life and business. Without that honesty I cannot truly expand permanently. I can grow and even make more money but it will never be permanent.
2. I have to be very picky about the types of content I take in.
My daily powerful Lesson
This morning I shut down my mind and repeated my daily mantra for 10 minutes. During my meditation images of games kept coming to my mind. The voice said, “Make it a game”
This is a huge positive because it’s so hard to grow. Letting go of who we are to become something better is painful. Focusing on the goal and making the journey a game makes it more possible.
Imagining the expansion of my life, my mind and my skills as a game makes it fun.
HOW CAN I APPLY THIS?
With my health I can get a point for every time I sweat for 30 minutes and have a meal on plan.
For my mindset I can score a point for ever time I meditate in the morning and take the time to journal a positive from it.
For my relationships I can give myself a point every time I send messages and connect with my kids and wife. Then take time to connect with my own personal power by journaling my perspective on how to use my the beliefs that hold me back for the good of my goals and others.
For my business I can give myself a point every time I study business and apply it.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Making everything I do into a game makes growth fun and more possible. This now becomes something I want to win instead of merely accomplish. I am competing against myself.
MY ACTION PLAN
I am going to take 15 minutes today to create a way to score myself in every area of my life. Give myself a score and then make every day into a game of points.
MY DAILY GOAL WILL BE TO GET 4 POINTS.... every day.
today's score: 4 out of 4
Eddie Villa is a determined, uplifting, often obsessive and strong developing Network Marketing professional thanks to the success his wife Angela Villa had with dōTERRA. Meaning, it wasn't where he had originally thought his career in Property Management would lead him.