What if you discovered that your own words and thoughts were wreaking havoc on your chances for success?
They might be.
What you say about what you do makes a difference.
It makes a difference in your own mind. And it makes a big difference in how people view your work.
At some point, you have to decide if you want to be at the top of your field.
Does that sound like too audacious of a goal?
I’d like to propose that you consider it. That you eliminate “I’ll try” from your vocabulary. That you make it your aim to be the best, to surpass the competition, and to go for the top prize.
I propose that you make it your goal to do great things.
Not to expend great effort.
It’s OK to want to be the best. And as long as you don’t step on anyone else to get there, it’s the optimum goal you can have.
Let’s kick some ass. Ready?