Hate him or Love him, Tiger Woods is the #1 golfer in the world again. He made that official on Monday   with a win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill golf course to reclaim top spot on the Official World Golf Rankings.

It was an achievement that drew mixed reviews from sports fans and those who refuse to forgive Woods for his marital transgressions.

There are no limitations to the mind except those we acknowledge. ~Napoleon Hill~

It seems I see these words EVERYWHERE these days. From motivational speakers,  motivational books and tapes. It seems I am finally getting the message. Even “naturals” had to practice to learn their craft.

A prime example of this is Tiger Woods claiming the Worlds
#1 Golf Ranking again after a Three year fall from grace
in the golf world.

No one disputes how gifted and talented an athlete he is.
Now stepping back from his past personal problems, what can we learn from his mental attitude towards developing his chosen profession, and apply it to our personal goals.

One of the things I kept hearing over and over again is how much he practiced and worked at his profession, first as a child and then as a an adult. They say he could spend an entire day practicing and perfecting one shot.

That is dedication and that is discipline. He WORKED to  make his dreams reality. He didn’t get on the course, hit a few balls and then go sit on his couch until the next event. Why should we be any different towards our business?

For me, fear of having to speak to people sometimes stops me from reaching my goals. Sometimes I have to have my self talk. This is ridiculous. Am I going to let Fear stop me from reaching my Financial Dreams.  No Way!!

Every GREAT Leader did not start off a Great leader. They all had there share of mistakes and failures. We just don’t see them. We come in on the back end and see the polished product. The Successful Top Producing Leader in your chosen industry.

A Leader does not immediately start out as a leader. You have to be willing to make mistakes. But to become the leader you know you can be, you have to make a start. Put a side your fear of making mistakes.

Remember you are Bad before you are Good and Good before you are Great!

“I found that the men and women who got to the top of their chosen profession were those who did the jobs they had in hand, with everything they had of energy and enthusiasm and hard work.”
-Harry S. Truman-

Do a little more each day than you think you can. -Lowell Thomas-

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To Your Massive Success,
Sandra Essex

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