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Your dreams are as realistic as the work you’re willing to put in.
So how much work are you putting in?
Initially, you don’t have to do a lot. But you do have to be consistent – as in “everyday” consistent. Because there are so many things that everyday people like you and me have to deal with, that stand between us and reaching our goals. Every interruption is a challenges, though. And they’re asking us…
“How bad do you want it? How much work will you still put in?”
How much work are you putting in?
Success is the daily work you put in. It’s the excuses you ignore. It’s the mornings you wake up after only a couple hours of sleep and you feel like hell and you still say, “This is going to be the best day of my life, because nothing can stop me from working.”
That’s the mindset you gotta have.
But I have to give you fair warning: there is actually one thing that can stop you from doing your daily work. That thing that can have you staring at a blank screen with the “I don’t know what to do” glare…
It’s whether you have a plan or not.
It doesn’t matter how inspired or ambitious you feel when you wake up. If you don’t have a plan; if you don’t have realistic and actionable goals to pursue, you will not follow through with your dreams.
I repeat: if you don’t have a plan, you will not follow through with your dreams. So start planning.
When you have a plan, and if you promise yourself to follow through with that plan and be the best you can each morning, you will do the work – no matter what happens in the day.
When you work, you move. When you move consistently, you have momentum. When you have momentum, you have confidence. When you have confidence, you do more work more willingly. You work better. And when you consistently work better, your results come pouring in like a flood.
When you’re inundated by the positive results of your daily efforts over weeks, months and years, that’s when you’re living your dream.
So how much work are you putting in? How often are you planning?