The Art of Ironman Success
Three simple steps to changing the way you face life's challenges
What is the work your goals are asking you to do to accomplish the success you are after? Having an answer to this one simple question is what can change someone from being very busy to becoming very effective. The answer may be very different than the work you are comfortable doing, but will be critical to implement.
What changes might you need to make in your basic strategy and approach to be truly effective in that very unpredictable and continually changing environment called the real world? The areas of focus that brought success in the past may not be the same ones that will lead to success in the future. What is one thing you know is critical to your success that you have been avoiding doing? Commit to making that one adjustment, that one change in your journey, then feel how its impact connects you to true possibility.
A commitment to completion is expressed through the thousands
of often-unglamorous daily steps, the core work, that you will do over and over again until that final step takes you to greatness. Completion is made possible by continually looking to find the answers to the challenges at hand rather
than searching for excuses that make quitting sound so justified. A commitment to completion begs you to step back and ask yourself why this endeavor has meaning to you deep inside. Allow that vision to fuel your journey and pull you through the challenging times. “Am I giving the best I can in this moment, and then the next?” Asking this question can help focus your efforts with full engagement.