Have you ever been around someone who seems to glide through each day with a smile on their face, a spring in their step, and they consistently get more accomplished in three hours than others do in eight! These relentless innovators have developed high-performance life skills and habits that keep them focused, energized and efficient. When you adopt a high-performance lifestyle and relentlessly practice the concepts of C-13, that example will be you.It’s time to jump into an effects-based life planning mindset! By now you either know what your Noble Calling in life is, or you have a systematic way through C-13 to find it. You have interim goals, you have C-13 goals and you have weekly goals.
Can you imagine training for a marathon? The dedication and motivation needed to achieve this goal can sound overwhelming. But when you break it down into shorter, consistent training periods the end goal won’t seem so difficult.
Just like the pros…you should never really have an off-season. Even in the off-season the world’s most elite athletes take the initiative to train harder and longer so that when the season starts back up again they are able to perform at the highest level possible. This is how you should approach your life and the goals you set for yourself!
You have frequently heard the phrase “it’s the journey, not the destination.” People often use this when they have suffered a perceived setback or are trying to motivate someone who did not get what they wanted. It’s nice. However, we believe it’s both – it’s the journey AND the destination additional hints.
You see, those people who achieve world-class results do so because they recognize there is a journey, and they fully intend to reach their destination. It’s not an either/or proposition but rather a focus and intensity that ensures they reach their destination.
Here’s what’s even more interesting – once these high-performing individuals reach one destination, they go after another, and another. Why? Because they have more to give, believe that more is out there and want to live life to the extreme fullest.
How do they keep the pace, in spite of the constant distractions life throws at them?