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ACTIVATING YOUR AMBITION. Did you know that you perform 95% of your actions unconsciously?. Your actions are an outcome of your engrained habits. Success and failure – whether at work or home depend on your habits. Your habits either move you toward your goals or away from them.

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ACTIVATING YOUR AMBITION


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Did you know that you perform 95% of your actions unconsciously?


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Your actions are an outcome of your engrained habits.


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Success and failure – whether at work or home depend on your habits.


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Your habits either move you toward your goals or away from them.


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But habits can be hard to make … and break.


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How do you stop bad habits and develop new ones that are beneficial?


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Developing good habits depends on eight timeless principles:


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Principle One: Awareness - Know what you want to achieve and how you need to change in order to achieve it.

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It could be your behavior, attitude, skills, relationships, communications style, or your approach to what you do.

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You can’t improve if you don’t know what to improve.

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“Know thyself.” - Socrates

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Principle Two: Motivation – Get excited about developing yourself.

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Visualize the benefits of your self-development and develop an eagerness to realize them.

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“People who are unable to motivate themselves must be content with mediocrity, no matter how impressive their other talents.” - Andrew Carnegie

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Principle Three: Belief – Develop the confidence that you can achieve your goal.

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Replace any cynicism with a can-do attitude.

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Have a plan for how you will overcome the obstacles that will confront you.

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“If you think you can, you are right. If you think you can’t, you are right.” – Henry Ford

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Principle Four: Incremental steps – Create a written plan of actions and milestones that are based on small steps.

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Define easily started actions . . .

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. . . that move you forward gradually minimizing your brain’s built-in resistance to change.

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“It is better to take many small steps in the right direction than to make a great leap forward only to stumble backward.” – Chinese Proverb

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Principle Five: Time & Energy – Confront the reality that developing yourself will take time and energy.

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Determine what you must stop doing in order to have time for your plan of actions.

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Identify what you need to do to have the energy your development will require.

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“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you're the pilot.” - Michael Althsuler

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Principle Six: Initiation – Start your self-development journey under the optimal circumstances.

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Plan around any events, projects, holidays or other factors . . .

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. . . that could make your journey more difficult.

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“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” - Lao Tzu

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Principle Seven: Others – Involve others in your journey.

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Others provide insight, encouragement, resources and accountability.

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No one is successful on their own.

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“Really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great.” - Mark Twain

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Principle Eight: Normalcy – Apply yourself until your new behavior is a habit.

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Practice your new behavior until it is routine.

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It should become as natural as smiling when you are happy.

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“Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” - Jim Rohn

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Put these eight principles to work and YOU can do anything.

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For more information, see:

www.activatingyourambition.com.

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ACTIVATING YOUR AMBITION

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