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When it comes to money…

 I was blown away with this new thoughts about money…

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When it comes to money…

It’s fun to have ability to do lots of things but you have a choice not to do them.


Money is not the only way to measure success but its a way that everybody keeps track of.

“Most men and women lead lives of quiet desperation.”

Success leaves clues:
There is very small step from the limo to the gutter.
There is a very big step from the gutter to the limo.

Dedication, Perseverance, disipline.

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The One Thing That Guarantee A Ticket To Success

The high-performance person is laser-beam focused on success and takes ACTION.

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Keep focused ! Don’t be like this: Having lost sight of your original purpose, you have redoubled our efforts…
“I never hit a shot, not even in practice, without having a very clear, in-focus picture of it in my head.”Jack Nicklaus
“What separates the superstar from the average ballplayer is the fact that he concentrates a little more.” Hank Aaron, home run record holder.

Focus is another word for discipline. All successful people are disciplined.
Motivation gets you started. Habits keep you going. High performance people have extraordinary work habits. “Motivation alone is not enough. If you have an idiot and you motivate him, you now have a motivated idiot.” Jim Ron  The reason that you can get your motivation going is because your poor work habits.

Discipline keep you moving. Don’t associate with undisciplined people. If you associate with undisciplined people, you will become indiscipline.

Action is the key! You can think positively all year, but positive ACTION is what counts. “There are risks and costs to a program of action- but they are far less than the long range costs of comfortable inaction.” John F. Kennedy“ Even if you’re on the right track. You’ll get run over if you just sit there.”Will Rogers, American Satinst“ Winners are successful because they take action. They make the calls.!” Most of the time follow your instinct, your instinct are almost always right. 


Lessons learned from Dan Peña, Sr.