What are you avoiding leaning into?

We almost always know what we’re supposed to do, yet we don’t always lean into it.

Why?

Leaning into the one thing you know you need to be doing will always pay off.

It may not be easy.

It’s probably going to be uncomfortable.

But it will pay off and you’ll thank yourself.

Whatever it is you’re avoiding, lean into it this week.

Where your focus goes, your energy flows.

Cut out the distractions, quit procrastinating, and lean in.

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There’s always another level.

Whether it’s in business, your personal growth, your relationships, your health, or your finances, there’s always another level.

What does that next level look like for you?

More money?

More time in the gym?

More time with your family?

If you don’t know what the next level looks like, get around people who have what you want.

Take a look at where you’re currently at and decide where you want to go.

Reverse engineer where you’re trying to go into what you need to be doing right now to set you up for success.

At the end of the day, what gets measured gets improved.

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To Be… Or To Do?

In Ryan Holiday’s book, Enemy is the Ego, this quote is examined.

In today’s world of non-stop showcasing of wins and the “highlights” it can be easy to “be” and to avoid the “do.”

To “Do” is to put in the work.

Whatever that means for you, don’t stop doing it.

Let your actions and results propel you forward.

“Be” whoever it is that your work ethic and results allow you to be.

Avoid feeding the ego simply for the sake of obtaining external validation.

People already want to see you win and are cheering for you whether you know it or not.

Keep putting in the work and not only will your fans keep cheering, but you’ll become someone in the process that you’re truly proud of, even when people aren’t looking.

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The world needs you.

But not just you… The best version of you.

The charged up version of you.

Every person in your life is either charging your battery or draining it.

Each day we get a new opportunity to make our impact on the world.

Do you want to give people the depleted, drained version of yourself or the charged up, energized version of you?

You can’t be the best version of you with a burned out battery.

Protect your power source.

Surround yourself with those that charge you and remove those who leave you feeling drained.

More Energy = More Impact

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What are you doing it for?

Each day you get up and go to work on multiple areas of your life. Why?

What drives you to keep showing up?

We hear a lot about finding our “why” but let’s open the conversation about Legacy.

When our time is up, we leave behind our life’s work and creations to the world: Our legacy.

Imagine reading an article about yourself 100 years from now…What does it say about you?

How do people know you and remember you?

Did you play small or were you known for going all in on your passions, projects, and people?

What contributions are you making to the world each day?

Even positively impacting one person per day can compound into a great legacy.

Visualize the most impactful version of yourself this week and get after it.

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It’s inevitable that you will have ebbs and flows in your life.

We all have these peaks and valleys in our business, our relationships, with our health, etc.

We may not be able to control the natural rhythm of the universe, but we can be effective during the times in-between.

Getting back on the horse and gaining momentum after a low moment is the key to sustainable growth over time.

Action breeds momentum.

Momentum breeds confidence.

Confidence pours gasoline on the momentum you’ve just created and starts an unstoppable blaze.

Remember this in your next low/slow moment:

The decisions we make and the actions we take during the valley moments determine just how high our next peak will be.

Keep pushing through the highs and the lows.

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