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Personal growth stage 4:


When you reach a goal, congratulate yourself. You’ve got to acknowledge “I done good”. But you can’t rest too long. 
Raise the stakes. Albert Einstein said, “The thinking that has brought me this far has created some problems that this thinking can’t solve~ You’ve got to repeat these four steps every time you reach a new point.
Mercedes CLS63.
Personal growth stage 3:


When you feel that you’re worthy of greatness, you’ll do whatever is required to make it happen. Believe in your greatness and self-commit to your goals.
Personal growth stage 2:


Most people don’t reach their full potential. Why? It has to do with what they feel they deserve. If a kid who believes he is an A student gets a B, he’ll work like crazy until he gets and A. But if a B student gets an A, he’s likely to think he was just lucky. 
We live up to our own expectations.
Increase your sense of self-approval by getting training or personal coaching. Stay focused. 
Peter Drucker says, “This is the era of accelerated change. You’ve got to make changes constantly to stay on the competitive edge.
Hope you all have a great week! Would you drive this around your city?
Personal growth involves four stages. I'll share them all this week. Make sure your take notes! 
1. Know who you are and what you want out of life. Figure out what resources you need to make it happen. Let’s say your goal is to double your sales. Look at what it took to produce what you’re selling now. How many calls did you make? How did you manage your time?

Get some caring feedback. People won’t tell you when your breath stinks. You’ve got to ask your friends and co-workers for the truth. We all have some blind spots. Find out about yours.
What a car! Would you drive it? Make it happen.
Keep it classy.
London. Who do you want to take with you to this amazing city? 🌍
You want this? 
Set goals. 
If you don’t know where you’re going, you risk winding up somewhere you don’t want to be. If you plan your days, weeks, months and years, things will fall into place. Instead of just taking things as they come, you will cause events to happen.
‘’Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.’’ – Calvin Coolidge.