Sept. 25, 2017

How to Keep Momentum Going, Having a Big Vision & Changing Your Outcomes (Weekly Q&A)

How to Keep Momentum Going, Having a Big Vision & Changing Your Outcomes (Weekly Q&A)

A lot of people limit their income potential based on what they’ve seen, their low standards and what other people have done. Why is it so critical to have a bigger vision for your life? What is the truth about the abundance mindset? How do you make...


A lot of people limit their income potential based on what they’ve seen, their low standards and what other people have done. Why is it so critical to have a bigger vision for your life? What is the truth about the abundance mindset? How do you make sure you don’t forget all the things you’re learning? On this Q&A episode, I give insights into these questions.

Takeaways

Your brain doesn’t know the difference between what’s real and what you focus on.

Leaders should spend more time and energy on the top 20% in their company and cut the bottom 20%.

To keep your momentum going, your vision has to keep growing.

Success starts with you getting pissed off about where you are.

 

At the start of the show, I talked about the legacy ladder, and why your brain doesn’t know what’s real. Next, we talked about how people wrongly formulate their income potential. We discussed how to help your team get an abundant mindset, and why it’s so important to check on the leader you are. Towards the end, we talked about why success begins when you become pissed off about where you are.

We also spoke about

  • Why you shouldn’t have a short-sighted vision
  • What people get wrong when it comes to finding their spouse
  • Why changing the story changes the outcome  

 

The only thing your brain knows is what you focus on, so if you change that paradigm, you immediately change your outcomes. It’s so necessary that you don’t have a short-sighted vision because that will only diminish what you can achieve. As you learn and grow, be more pressed to implement the knowledge you’re getting than remembering every single thing. Success is a process of never ending learning, and you have to immerse yourself in it for the rest of your life.