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Top Ten Ways to Get Back on Track and Achieve the Success You Desire
We all get off track. Whether we get distracted, procrastinate or simply lose direction, it happens. There’s simply no way to be flawlessly on track all the time.

An airliner flying from one city to another is reportedly off-course over 99 percent of the time. But the pilots and the onboard computers are continuously correcting because they’re clear on their destination and constantly observing where they are.

So the ability to get back on track when we stray from our intended course is an important skill to master.

Here are ten of the best ways I know to achieve the success you want by getting back on track.

1. Notice Quickly. The sooner you notice that you’re off course, the easier and faster it is to make a correction.

This can be done by being super clear about what you want and constantly monitoring where you are in relation to it. Good metrics and feedback mechanisms can make a substantial difference and result in small corrections rather than lengthy and expensive ones.

2. Correction Without Invalidation. Most people expend far too much energy making themselves wrong for being off-course. Winners spend little to no time being upset for not being further along or having made mistakes. They notice, they learn and they move on.

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How to Thank Our Fallen Heroes
As we pay tribute this Memorial Day day to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, I’d like to suggest doing something a little more.

In addition to being grateful and commemorating what they have given—which is certainly a good thing—let’s help to make the price they paid even more worthwhile.

Let’s pay it forward.

Let’s make the very most of the freedoms we enjoy.

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