YOUR Prizefighter Day Exercise
The world in which we live today has become complex, constantly moving at high speed, with financial markets swinging up and down. We face professional pressures as well obstacles with friends and family along the natural ebb and flow of life. What if there was a way that you could target each and every day as a victory by focusing on daily activities, rather than trying to hold on too tightly to results that you ultimately cannot control?
The most accomplished individuals find great success when they focus on developing and exhibiting passion for the process. If you choose to make it so, every single day can be a victory. The following will help you achieve your Prizefighter Day.
The Key: Identify three activity-driven goals that if accomplished will make today victorious, regardless of any other obstacles that come your way. We’ve heard from individuals from around the country who have successfully implemented these ongoing goals; they’ve chosen one personal, one business related, and one dedicated to serving others. For example:
Personal Goal: Make sure I get in an earlymorning workout.
Your personal goal should be something that will make you feel good. It should inspire, energize, and motivate you to move forward in your day with confidence and drive.
Business Goal: Make ten calls to new business prospects.
Your professional goal is focused on improving and building your business. This example of reaching out to ten new contacts or prospective ...