I believe the way we act in small, insignificant moments is directly related to how we act when the critical moments in life come jumping into our reality. How you do anything is truly how you do everything, is it not? If you are only waiting for the big moments in life to turn on more serious efforts in your business or personal life then you're only fooling yourself.
I've spent countless hours on the road and delivering speeches to all sorts of audiences about strategies for achieving maximum potential. As with so much else, I feel I need to remind you all that of course, there is no uniform approach or nugget of knowledge that you can grasp for immediate and long-term success. Success does not happen overnight, but it does happen over time.
It's fair to say that in order for something to move forward, there must be open space in front of it. Like a boulder at the brink of rolling down a hill. It can only gain momentum if there's space in front of it. The same can be said for our way of thinking. If we want momentum in our businesses and lives, we must be thinking in terms of spaciousness, not limitation.
The truth is, and this might surprise you, but no one can guarantee you anything unless you take full responsibility for your own growth and success. There isn't a person on earth, that can hand you a blueprint to "the secrets to success" in any aspect of your life. They can guide or assist you, but in the end it's you that has to want it bad enough to do the work.