I saw a post from Steve Stoute giving his “10 Secrets of Success” this weekend. As a person who really admires Steve Stoute and what he’s done, it immediately caught my attention. One of his rules really stood out to me and I didn’t really understand why until I realized what had happened to me earlier last week.
“To get you want, you must do things you don’t want to do”
That resonated with me deeply after the conversation I had on Thursday. I started thinking, what will be that thing, I don’t want to do? Will be wrapped in a destination? Will it be with an undesired person? Will it be as simple as having to wait a little while longer and stretching time? I don’t know. What I do know is that I am excited to get what I want. So excited about getting it that I am not sure that there is much I won’t do to get what I want.
This is going to be a special year. I’m in a real special time and I’m hoping that I’m truly ready to pull out all the stops and take my life to a very special place. What will my next opportunity look like? I can’t wait for God to reveal it.
I woke up this morning very excited for potential and opportunity. As bittersweet as the weekend was, I can’t act like I didn’t make the most of it. I did all I could to get everything I wanted, made the smartest future move possible and I’m proud of that.
I am looking forward to putting myself and my family in a better position. I am ready to never have down moments like the one last week. I know there will be down times, but specifically not for the reasons last weeks down time occurred.
All this is stemming from a great opportunity on the horizon. I’m excited. Super Excited! I have a vision in my mind of how this can and will go. I am prepared to take on this opportunity and go to great lengths to make it happen. Every opportunity is truly based in patience and preparation. You just got to stay dedicated to making it happen.
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If you want something and you believe someone can help you acquire it, you got to ask. Then keep asking till you get your answers. Be persistent and stay on the radar. People are going to either get sick of you or help you and that’s the kind of clarity you truly want.
What I’ve learned in terms of wanting an opportunity or access of any kind is this. People either got juice and they’re going to make something happen or they NOT going to use they juice to help you. Either scenario is fine. Just make them decide with action.