There's a thought leader who uses a wonderful example of how the difference between success and failure -or winning and not winning - can be one split hair of a second. And often in our push for the winning edge it just means one extra skill, a small amount of time, or one tiny tweak in positioning, mindset, or attitude.
The story goes that a race horse who wins the race by one split hair of a second can make the difference between zero and millions of dollars. What makes that horse win by one split hair of a second?
Often we shy away from the tasks we don't like. Sales, marketing, outreach, leadership, delegation...whatever it is for you what is one task you wish you never had to do again? If you could delegate or sharpen that skill, or if you could change your mindset and start to take small tiny actions steps each day toward accomplishing the task, what would be the result? How could this change your bottom line? How could this one task or skill change your life over time? What would the compounded interest be in your growth if you committed to this one shift?
Sometimes it takes a 'come to grace' moment to take full responsibility that there are things we can improve, things we can admit we're not that good at and it's affecting our growth. Once you've got that thing of yours, I encourage you to write it down. Then list 5-10 ways your life could change in 3 years if you were to improve on the skill, take action on the task, or find a qualified person and delegate. How could this effect your success? What difference would that make in 10 years if you fully committed to overcome the resistance today?
So how committed to being better are you? How committed are you to YOUR greatness? If you could rate yourself by percentage what percent of your efforts are you giving to this life in your purpose work? What about taking care of your physical body? What's the story you're telling yourself about your potential? What's the story you tell yourself about money and your big dreams?
Welcome to my world. I'm here to stretch you and hold you powerfully and remind you there is no limit to your potential.
Comment below and let me know what success you're celebrating. How have you pushed past your edges lately? What's holding you back?