Happy Success Monday.
It is such a relief to be back home and healthy. I am behind in posting as I was traveling while sick which was not by choice but by necessity since it was work related and it was too late to cancel. Anyhow, it is time to get caught up from the last post.
I mentioned that I would post answers to the questions from Chapter 8 and those will be posted tomorrow. Today’s post will focus on Chapter 9 with Chapter 10 being posted later in the week.
One of the quotes I implemented over the last few week was: “Get out of your comfort zone and treat yourself to a first-class ticket for your next business trip or vacation – Steve Harvey. ” I am an introvert who prefers to be behind the scenes. I don’t go to places where networking is required cause it just isn’t my thing. But I stepped out of my comfort zone and not only attended a professional conference where networking was necessary, I also initiated conversations with people I didn’t know.
I am also planning to upgrade my ticket on my next business trip because after all, if I don’t think I am good enough why would anyone else. These voyages into my discomfort filled me with a desire to continue my exploration into things which previously made me uncomfortable. Thus, my post tomorrow will definitely be a step outside the box. Here’s to making the leap into my growth.
“You have to be clear about your vision because it will drive everything else you do.” – Steve Harvey
“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” – Albert Einstein
“Until you change your focus and elevate your imagination, your present situation will define you.” – Steve Harvey
“Kids don’t think about what is logical, practical, or even doable. They just let their imaginations rip” – Steve Harvey
“Do not limit your vision because you don’t think you are in the right place or know the right people” – Steve Harvey
Questions for Reflection:
1. What does Steve Harvey mention as the one thing that disappoints him most?
2. What do you consider to be your first class experience? What about your first class life?
3. What are some ways in which you can treat yourself this year while also expanding your horizons?
4. What are the greatest things about your vision and your gifts? In what way is your current life placing limitations on the achievement of those great things?
5. What method are you utilizing to keep your vision foremost in your life? How are you working towards the achievement of your life vision?
6. What have you learned from your past regarding the best way to accomplish your objectives? Are the methods you utilized back then appropriate for usage today in your current circumstances?
Til next time,
“Leave a history of mistakes behind and dream of wonderful, successful tomorrows” – Steve Harvey
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