If that idea makes you smile, I’d like you to think about one area where success really matters to you.
It can be your business, health, relationships, finances… whatever is most important to you right now.
Once you’ve got that, determine what success would be for you:
- Running in a 5k this summer?
- Investing a certain amount of money each month?
- Seeing friends at least once a week?
Decide what you’d need to do differently to achieve that success:
- Run each week to increase your distance?
- Invest your money immediately before you spend it?
- Clear your schedule to make time for friends weekly?
You need to take action to be successful.
Now, are you ready to hear the ONE THING that will increase your likelihood of success by 95% …
Here it is…
Maybe it’s because we’re social creatures by nature who can’t survive on our own, but we’re more likely to show up for others in ways we wouldn’t for ourselves.
You could probably piece together a great workout through a selection of Youtube videos – but you’re more likely to show up for a trainer waiting at the gym or a running mate waiting for you at the park.
You could easily find reasons you can’t afford to invest this month – unless you’ve got an investment partner or club willing to challenge your decisions and hold you accountable.
Just one drink seems innocent enough – until you remember you’ll have to be accountable to your sponsor, and that makes you change your mind.
Being accountable to someone else is really being accountable to yourself. While an outside person will make you more likely to do what you said you’d do, you’re not doing it for them.
You’re doing it to achieve what you really want. This is just a sneaky way of accomplishing it since you’re more likely to let yourself down.
Top athletes hire private trainers, mindset coaches, and nutritionists to win championships.
Executives & Entrepreneurs report experiencing a 500% – 700% ROI when they invest in a coach.
When you’re accountable to someone else, you’re the one who wins.
Share this with someone you care about and respect. If they’re willing to be an accountability partner with you, you’ll both increase your chances of success exponentially.