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The Cause of All Improvement

b2ap3_thumbnail_MP900425546_20131129-194240_1A funny thing happened on your way to success.  You realized you really weren’t absolutely sure of why you were improving in the areas necessary to achieve that success.  All you knew was you were succeeding.  Here may be the problem with a situation like that.  If you don’t know why things are happening, then, you will probably not be able to replicate what you are doing or have done to make those things happen.

The point is one of the most important ways for you to continue to succeed over a lifetime is to be able to repeat those things that get you the results you want.  Conversely, you don’t want to repeat those things that don’t get you your desired results.  If you combine those previous two thoughts, it results in you being as efficient and effective as you can be in pursuing success.  That is a good thing because you get what you want in the timeframe that you want it.

So, let’s get to the crux of this whole issue.  You want to succeed and you know you must improve in particular ways so you can get there.  Also, you know that repeating things that move you forward is important while avoiding repeating things that slow you down.  However, there is something deeper that will motivate you to take all those steps repeatedly over an extended period of time.  It is that something that is “the cause of all improvement.”

Maybe you have already guessed “the something” to which I refer but I don’t want to leave you hanging in case you haven’t guessed.  The cause of all improvement is always the degree to which you are committed to that improvement.  Commitment is always driven by the passion you feel toward whatever the objective is.

If you want to experience the ultimate improvement of reaching the success you desire, your passion must be felt to the core of your being.  Pursue your passions in life and you propel yourself to fulfill all of your potential.

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