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  1. 1. Brian Tracy • Canadian-born American motivational public speaker • self-development author • author of over 70 books that have been translated into dozens of languages
  2. 2. Lasting success is possible only when you can discipline yourself to work hard for a long, long time. Brian Tracy
  3. 3. 1. Living on someday isle
  4. 4. 1. Living on someday isle • Not only do we all want the same things, but we all know what we have to do to achieve them. • We all intend to do those things… sometime. • But before we get started, we decide that we need to take a little vacation to a wonderful fantasy place …………….
  5. 5. Someday I’ll read that book.
  6. 6. Someday I’ll start that exercise program.
  7. 7. Someday I’ll upgrade my skills and earn more money.
  8. 8. Someday I’ll get my finances under control and get out of debt.
  9. 9. Someday I’ll do all those things that I know I need to do to achieve all my goals.
  10. 10. DO successful people live in the SOMEDAY ISLE?DO successful people live in the SOMEDAY ISLE?
  11. 11. • Success is not an accident. Sadly, failure is not an accident either. • Simply put you succeed when you do the things other successful people do, over and over, until these behaviors become a habit.
  12. 12. • Likewise, you fail if you don’t do what successful people do.
  13. 13. You end up doing those fun, easy, and low-value things in the short term that lead to frustration, health problems, financial worries and failure in the long run.
  14. 14. The ABSENCE OF SELF-DISCIPLINE to make yourself do the harder thing now is the main cause of failure to realizing your true potential in any area of life.
  15. 15. 2. Thinking vs. Acting
  16. 16. • The only real antidote for anger or worry is purposeful action in the direction of your goals. • Take complete control of your thoughts, feelings, and actions, and then to get so busy working on things that are important to you.
  17. 17. Issues that occupy our minds can only be solved by taking more action.
  18. 18. If you’re over-thinking something then start doing. If you’re doing but not making progress start thinking.
  19. 19. 3. Finding Your Purpose
  20. 20. • Therefore, you feel happy and in control of your life only when you have a clear goal that you are working toward each day. • The ability to become a lifelong goal setter is one of the most important disciplines you will ever develop.
  21. 21. Think about where you see yourself in the next 5 years and then ask yourself these 7 simple questions.
  22. 22. • What is the goal I want to achieve someday? • Based on my someday goal what is the one thing I can do to achieve that goal in 5 years?
  23. 23. • Based on the 5 year goal what is the one thing I can do this year to move me closer to that goal? • Based on my yearly goal what is the one thing I can do this month to help achieve that goal?
  24. 24. • Based on my monthly goal what can I do this week to help me achieve my goal for this month? • Based on my weekly goal what can I do today to help me achieve my goal for this week?
  25. 25. • Based on my daily goal what can I do right now to achieve it? RIGHT NOW I WILL _______________________________________ ______________________.
  26. 26. 4. Turn Off The TV
  27. 27. Your television set can make you rich or poor. If you watch it all the time, it will make you poor.
  28. 28. The more television you watch, the lower are your levels of energy and self-esteem. People who watch too much television also gain weight and become physically unfit from sitting around too much.
  29. 29. When you turn off your television, you free up time that you can then use to invest in becoming a better, smarter, and more competent person.
  30. 30. Psychologists have found that the  average emotional state we  experience while watching TV is    mild depression and apathy.
  31. 31. 5. Blaming and Negative Emotions
  32. 32. • All negative emotions, especially anger, depend for their very existence on your ability to blame someone or something else for something in your life that you are not happy about.
  33. 33. It takes tremendous self-discipline to refrain from blaming others for our problems.
  34. 34. You cannot change the random things life  throws at you. However you can change how you react to such things.
  35. 35. If you are in control of your attitude, you are  ultimately in command of your life. And that is the only way to truly be happy with  yourself.
  36. 36. Forgiveness Curve Intensity  of  Negative  Emotion 0 100 10 Years
  37. 37. FORGIVENESS • Not condoning. • You forgive others so that you yourself can be  emotionally free, so that you no longer carry  that baggage around with you.
  38. 38. • Past experiences are facts, you can not change  it. • The problem is what you can do at the  present. That, you have control.