How To Win Big

Far too often I fear people are expecting to win the lottery when it comes to accomplishing ______________. If you have lived long enough we know that rarely do things fall into our lap. There’s a lot of preparation, failures, trial and error, late nights & early mornings, stress, distractions, seasons of wanting to quit, when it comes to attempting to achieve a goal.

Just because we set out to do something doesn’t mean we are going to be successful and that everyone around us is going to help us. I’ve learned this many times over.

The path towards success or your definition of success lies in much of the mundane. Some like to call it the daily grind, but that sounds awful. It’s really doing the right things, the little things, over and over and over again.

You might call it the things others are unwilling to do in order to get _______________________. If you see someone successful, you can bet that unless they inherited their position in life, they worked their tales off to get where they are at. They most likely did the hard work others wish they would have done or could have done, only if they knew how or had the drive to do it.

If you want to win big, do these three things daily:

  1. Make a list of things to get done everyday. Pick 2-3 for the day and get them done early. If you can get up before everyone in the house and knock these out, you are setting yourself up for success for the rest of the day, week, months, and years ahead.
  2. Hire a coach or a mentor. It’s important you have someone to hold you accountable, someone to bounce ideas off of, and someone that will challenge you to grow. Without a coach it’s fairly easy to get complacent or want to give up when things aren’t going so well.
  3. Practice daily gratitude. There’s a lot going on nowadays that can distract us, stress us out, and make us feel like there’s not much to live for. Just watch the news or scroll social media. Take a few minutes everyday and reflect on what you have to be grateful for before the days starts.
  4. Help someone out. It’s important you give back. Not only does this help the individual, it’s also feeding your soul. Much of our issues stem from selfishness. Serving others is a great combatant of selfishness. It’s not natural, but it can be developed and nurtured with practice.
  5. Make quarterly plans. Having goals written out with tasks will keep you pressing forward. This is closely related to #1, but a bit broader. The daily list should serve this list.

Coach Bryan

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