SuccessNet Principle #3: Clarity Leads to Power

What you want—and don’t want—and how you’re going to get it are critical components to success.

Being clear on who you are, what you stand for, your values, your goals and what really matters to you is the foundation of a happy and fulfilling life.

Your unconscious mind as well as your conscious mind—and all those around you—respond to specificity. Vague, general, non-specific intentions have no power.

“The whole world steps aside for the man who knows where he is going.” (unknown)

Related Resources . . .

Your Core Values Course (most popular)

SuccessNet’s Goal Planner

Step Up to Success Course

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The First Quarter of 2011 is History

Your GoalsThat’s right; three months of the “new” year have come—and gone.

If you’re like most people you have a few goals you’ve accomplished, others with some progress made and some goals with no progress at all.

I know people who had the goal of getting clear on what their goals were and they haven’t even done that.

Depending on your progress, you either feel great, good or disappointed.

I feel pretty good. I haven’t made as much progress as I would have liked, but I’m definitely moving in the right direction and willing to recommit to the objectives I have.

I know for sure that I would not have made the progress I did by going it alone. I made use of my MasterMind team and my advisors to help me get clear, stay focused and make consistent progress.

And I’m starting the second quarter with as much or more optimism as I had at the beginning of January.

Whether you are elated, satisfied or disappointed in your progress for Q1, I hope you’re ready to recommit to being your best and accomplishing your goals.

Because the only thing worse than not making good progress for 90 days is not making good progress for 100 days—or 180 days.

And if you’re really serious about being successful, I urge you to get some help.

It doesn’t have to be us, but we do offer a proven, affordable system for clarity, concentration and consistency.

Isn’t the accomplishment of your goals and achieving more of your potential worth a few dollars a day? Aren’t YOU worth it?

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You don’t need to go it alone. It’s slow, it’s lonely and it’s hard.

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Would You Run Your Family Finances this Way?

The U.S. National debt is over 14.2 TRILLION Dollars. And our annual Federal revenue is 2.2 TRILLION Dollars.

That means we, as a country, owe more than six times what we take in.

Hardly anyone can really fathom what a trillion dollars is. A trillion is a thousand billion. And for a jaw-dropping graphical illustration of one trillion dollars, go to PageTutor.

So let’s bring this down to something understandable—like a family’s finances.

Take a family earning $100,000. To make a comparison of earnings to debt equal to the Federal Government, this family would owe over $600,000.

Maybe their house and other fixed assets are worth half that, say $300,000. That still leaves another $300K in unsecured debt.

I expect there are a few families in America that have this depressing ratio, but I would hope not very many. And they would be hard pressed to get another loan with such a poor debt-to-income ratio.

And now our Congress is debating as to whether we should cut 66 billion dollars from our annual budget. That’s less than half of one percent of the national budget.

Would a family in trouble (owing over $600K while earning only $100K) think that shaving $500 from their expenses was a serious effort?

I don’t think so. And I don’t think you do, either.

Write/call your congressman and tell him/her to wake up and do their job.

They should not be “fiddling while Rome burns.”

Because America—and other developed countries—are on the brink.

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