Tips to Improve Your Second Quarter Score

Last time I offered you some questions to study regarding your first quarter score.  Today I present you several tips to improve your second quarter score...

Tips to Improve the Second Quarter Score:

- One of the most effective ways to learn is through self-leadership, which comes from self-awareness. Reading and being a follower of someone else's game stunts your growth.  This keeps your score way down from your potential and living life as a voyeur.

- Dare to open yourself to new possibilities with questions that challenge your current game plan for this year.  As you review the first quarter, are you doing what you are really inspired to do?  If not, what is it that lights you up, but you have shelved for a more convenient time?  Give yourself permission to spend at least two hours a week in building resources toward achieving what it is you want.

- Asking questions is a gateway to reach your goals with new opportunities.  One of the questions that can keep you paralyzed in the present paradigm rather than risking change is:

"How can I possibly do __________?"  

Fear can sprout up so quickly that your new vision gets swept away.  If the how question generates fear in you, ask:

"If I keep doing what I am doing, then how can I expect something different?"  

More important:  "Who do I have to be in order to do what it takes to get the results I am seeking?"

- Remember in playing your success game, keep score and Anything is Possible!

"We all have dreams.  But in order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort." - Jesse Owens (1913-1980)  First American to win 4 Olympic gold medals in track and field.

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