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  1. 1. Part of the Plan: by Dan Fogelberg Today’s Objectives: 1. Clarify your definition of success. 2. Identify the nine principles for being successful. 3. Identify the three steps for success. 4. Create a personal plan for success.
  2. 2. Write a definition of success. Then… Quickly divide into groups by columns.
  3. 3. Know What Success Is! Be very clear about what you want and don’t want for your life. Clarity produces excitement. Excitement produces momentum. Momentum produces behavioral change. Behavioral change produces different results and eventually, your vision becomes your reality.
  4. 4. Become Comfortable with Uncertainty
  5. 5. Be Righteous, is not necessarily being Right.
  6. 6. Seek Respect, not Popularity
  7. 7. Embrace Mess
  8. 8. Don’t Become Anyone But You
  9. 9. Use More of What you Already Have
  10. 10. Be an Innovator, not an Imitator
  11. 11. Be What Most Won’t Most people won’t persevere, won’t finish what they start, won’t find the good, won’t do what it takes, won’t question their long-held beliefs, won’t be solution-focused, won’t do what scares them and won’t “be the change” they want to see in their world.
  12. 12. Be Like Water
  13. 13. Success is a 3 Step Process
  14. 14. Application To Your Life What are your personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities or threats, and what are your "core competencies"? What are you capable of achieving if you put your mind to it? What are the "big picture" trends in your environment? How can you monitor or adapt to these external factors? Who are the people who are important to your success? What options do you have? Which of these should you consider?
  15. 15. … then empower write! Identify your personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities or threats, and "core competencies”.
  16. 16. In Your Brain Studies Journal What are you capable of achieving if you put your mind to it? What are the "big picture" trends in your environment? How can you monitor or adapt to these external factors? Who are the people who are important to your success? What options do you have? Which of these should you consider?
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  • If you’re serious about creating lasting and significant change in your world – as opposed to merely thinking and talking about it for another year – there are a few things you might want to do in order to help make those intentions a reality.
  • Success is different things for different people and one person’s success (a pregnancy for example) might be another person’s catastrophe. That’s because success (or failure) is not so much about the situation, circumstance, event or outcome as it is about what that “thing” means to the person in the middle of it. In order to create success, you must first define it – and far too many people haven’t.
  • If you don’t know what success is (for you), how can you possibly create it?
  • Some people will live a life of second-best, of compromise and of under-achievement simply because they are (1) controlled by fear (2) always looking for the magic pill or shortcut and (3) not prepared to do the tough stuff. People who always take the easy option are destined for mediocrity. At best. Constantly avoiding the discomfort means constantly avoiding the lessons and the personal growth. Pain is a great teacher. Not always what we want, but sometimes what we need.
  • The need to be “right” speaks of arrogance, insecurity, ego and stupidity. It’s also synonymous with failure. The person who constantly needs to be right will miss out on much of what life has to teach him and alienate himself from others. Arrogance repels, humility attracts.
  • It’s been said that our nature is “who we are” and our reputation is who people think we are. When the two are synonymous, we’re usually on the right path.
  • To embrace mess is to embrace life because life is messy, unpredictable, unfair, uncertain, lumpy and bumpy. So get used to a little chaos. Embrace it even. While others succumb to the messiness and unpredictability of the human experience, make a conscious choice to be the calm in the chaos.
  • The enormity of conformity is a problem for the wanna-be success story. Sure, your parents are great and by all means respect them, love them and learn from them,. Listen to, and learn from other people, but think, act and decide for yourself. And no, you don’t need anyone’s approval or permission; you’re big now. It’s okay.
  • Imagine what you could achieve if you took all the knowledge, intelligence, opportunities, time, skill and talent that you currently have and absolutely milked it. What if you already have more than enough talent to become wildly successful? Well, you do. There go the excuses. And that voice that’s telling (some of) you right now that you don’t have what it takes to become successful, that’s called fear. Not logic, fear. Not reality, fear. Unless of course, you allow that to become your reality. Be mindful that the voice in your head (the very loud, annoying and persistent one) is rarely a reflection of your potential and mostly a manifestation of your insecurity.  And no, you’re not alone in your self-doubt; it’s a universal condition. Many people fail, not because they don’t have what it takes, but because they don’t use what they already have. Successful people typically don’t have more innate potential, luck, time or opportunity than the next person, but they consistently find a way to use much more of what they have at their disposal. While the majority are rationalising their lack of decision making and action taking, these guys are finding a way to get the job done. The question is not “how much ability do you have, but how much will you use?”.
  • Not too many sheep succeed. Baaah. Sometimes it’s a good idea to build your own team rather than join someone else’s. Don’t let your fear stand in the way of your potential to create, innovate or lead. When I set up Australia’s first commercial personal training centre, most people told me it wouldn’t work. Glad I didn’t listen.
  • If you want to achieve what most people won’t (happiness, joy, calm, wealth, optimal health, balance) then don’t do what they do. If you want to be like the majority, then do what they do. Producing different results comes from doing different things. Simple really. And effective. Choose to be different.
  • Powerful. Gentle. Adaptable. Ever-changing. Being static in a dynamic world – like the one you and I inhabit – is a recipe for disaster. If you can’t adapt, you can’t succeed. Our practical, three dimensional reality, and everything in it, is in a constant state of transition, while some of us are in a constant state of “same”. Statues don’t succeed, they just get crapped on.
  • 1. Analyzing the context in which you're operating. Examine your resources, liabilities, capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses.
    2. Identifying strategic options. Brain storm, Examine opportunities and threats, get to the root cause of problems then solve them.
    3. Evaluating and selecting the best options. Risk analysis, Impact analysis.
  • When you see a slide like this, you will be writing a reflection in your journal about the question given.

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