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You See The Higher Your View…The Higher Your Results

Okay…you’re at up to 160 mph and inevitably closing in on your goal.  At least, you hope that is the case!

In a New York minute, it’s all but over except for the shouting.  The rush of emotions comes at you as breathlessly as the air rushing by you.

When will it be over?  NO, I don’t want it to be over!  A contradiction of emotions driven by your situation.

The elevation of your view at the beginning portended the height of your exhilaration at the end.

That’s skydiving for you.  That’s your life, in general.

You don’t have to actually skydive to get the best results out of your life.  But, just as in skydiving, the higher your view of your potential the higher the results you will achieve.

Consider that thought from a slightly different perspective as discussed in the following video:

Now, here are some ways you can Look up! Reach up! Pull up!

Do the important stuff and forget the rest.

Define “important” by having a very strong understanding of why something is important to you.

Your mindstate (mood) controls your thinking and resulting actions.

Talk to yourself in positive ways that drives a positive mood.

Make the first two actions above habitual.

They say if you will do something consistently for 28 or more days that something will become a habit.

Move in social circles that motivate you.

The people you listen to drive the mindstate you will exhibit.

Learn from your past and forget it.

Dwelling on the negatives of your past will weigh you down like you have an anvil hanging around your neck.  Focus on the learning you gained from your experiences in the past.  Use that learning to make your future forget your past.

What is the first thing you will do to make your view higher so your results in life will be higher?

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Mindstate mentor, author, trainer and speaker, Gary Greenfield (@LifeRider) helps organizations with inspirational insight and concise business ideas to help improve mindstate and minimize stress. He believes a mindstate that is positive and stress that is minimized helps people better profit through performance.

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