Ten Minute Hit
Episode 2: Create Lasting Change

Today’s episode of the ‘Ten Minute Hit’ is the first day of a miniseries of episodes looking at creating lasting change in your life.

In yesterdays episode we spoke about the fact that we can achieve the best life possible, and achieve great things by taking control of our lives.

To ensure this happens, focus is the key.

We all have the power within us, that can drive us to success.

Over the next 3 episodes I will be concentrating on how we can create lasting change in our lives.

For any change to have any real long term value and worth, it has to be lasting and consistent.

There are three step to lasting change…

1. Raise your standards

2. Change your limiting beliefs

3. Change your strategy

In each of the following episodes I discuss each step separately, starting this on with raise your standards…

Have you ever taken the time to evaluate your standards?

You may be surprised to learn that the standards you currently set yourself are quite low… well lower than they need to be to guarantee life and business success.

We must learn to dream, which in turn will force us to set higher standards.

We’ll start to believe more and push ourselves more.

Become more demanding of yourselves, push yourselves.

Raising your standards challenges you.

You start making better decisions based around your new high standards, and stop using limiting statements.

Positive thoughts create positive feeling, positive feeling drives action, and action drives results.

There’s no better feeling in the world that you can do something thats going to challenge you, something that’s going to push you to your limits.

Hope you enjoy the episode.

Damian


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Previous Ten Minute Hit Episodes…

12th May 2015 – Episode 2: Create Lasting Change

10th May 2015 – Episode 1: Dreams of Destiny

 

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