Success Comes in Small Steps, So Make Every Step Count!

There is a very good probability that you have a daily routine, even if you don’t think that you do.  Your daily routine has much to do with whether or not you succeed and how long it will take.  Obstacles of many types can and will impede your progress.  Understanding what these obstacles are and how to eliminate them is crucial.

You Have Your Way Of Thinking – And That Is Good

If you wish to take a serious look at how you spend your time, there is no question that you will find several ways to improve your daily rituals.  For example, no matter how talented you may be and how well you believe that you can multitask throughout the day – any amount of time that you waste or misuse in some way can never be replaced.  So, for all of us – time is the common denominator that must be used wisely in order to achieve the greatest amount of progress possible.

What I am about to share with you might appear to be rather instinctive.  And for you, perhaps it really is instinctive.  However, for whatever the reasons might be, this pattern of thinking did not exist in my mind when dealing with everyday situations.  As an engineer, I had grown accustomed to applying a great deal of forethought when attempting to solve technical problems.

But, to handle everyday situations, I was not so detailed in my approach.  As a result, I didn’t always make the best choices.  Of course, there may be many reasons for my making “bonehead” mistakes, but as I look back over my early years as an entrepreneur, my belief is that I made mistakes because I was very shallow in how I thought of goal setting or even business planning.

Your Viewpoints WILL Be Tested And They Should Be

I was fortunate to have had a mentor whose approach to business and money-making was initially totally alien to me.  And, because it was so different from what I was comfortable with, there was an adjustment period and it was doing that period of adjustment that I was forced to modify my way of thinking about if I wanted to become an entrepreneur.

I came to accept and realize that it is unreasonable to expect myself to be like someone else.  We are all unique.  Our personalities are different, our likes and dislikes are different, etc.  Now, that is not a bad thing.  It is actually a good thing.  But only if your understanding of that fact doesn’t become a major obstacle in your ability to succeed at your own personal goals, especially as an entrepreneur.

Just imagine if you were to ask someone whose opinion you valued to listen to your ideas concerning what you wanted to do with your life. And when you told them your thoughts,  the reaction you received was, “That’s a pretty dumb idea!”

Don’t Change Your Dream – Change Your Approach

Chances are that you would be disappointed, surprised, or even upset.  Yet, you would not likely give up on your dream – at least, not immediately.

But, if you heard that same reaction or something similar often enough or you spent an appreciable amount of time trying to obtain a more favorable reaction to your personal dreams, in time you would find that you had begun to describe dreams that meshed more with THEIR dreams, not yours.

I discovered that there is a very practical, even simple way to overcome the temptation to “trade your personal dreams in exchange for receiving acceptance from others”.

The actual process of how to do this is, as I just mentioned, very easy to learn.  But, it has to be taught in a sequential fashion.  The actual steps and full details of the strategy are provided {at no cost} only to members of our SDK Collaborator Group.  The strategy is provided in this way, not because we wish to keep it a secret.  That’s not the case.

The SDK Collaborator Group is free to all subscribers.  The reason that the information is shared only in this way is because each person is different and until they understand the pieces of the strategy properly, they are not able to design their proper path to success.  That means that there is a need for interactions between myself and subscribers.  They must allow for this interaction so that they learn how to “personalize” the strategy for themselves.

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Remember, this is about YOUR dreams, not mine!

In order for you to succeed toward YOUR dreams, you must understand the basics of how the strategy works and then be shown how to place yourself in a position where YOU can choose as many opportunities as YOU wish knowing that YOU will be able to extract value from each of them.  This can easily be done, but only if YOU are willing to allow the strategy to be taught to you personally.

Most people would rather not do that.  They would rather grab whatever looks and feels good to them and then take their chances.  After all, we are all different.  So, “To Each His Own”.

The Buffet Table vs The Dinner Table

Consider this small example:

You are hungry.  In fact, you are extremely hungry.  You have $50 in your pocket.  You realize that you need to decide where you will obtain food.

Somehow, you find yourself in front of two restaurants.  The first restaurant you see has a big sign in its window that reads:

“The Dinner Table” – Come Eat With Us – Just Take A Seat And We Will Serve You Immediately! Right Now, We Are Serving Our Most Delicious Dinner And The Price is Only $50!

The second restaurant has an equally big sign in its window that reads:

“The Buffet Table” – Come And Eat To Your Heart’s Content – You Can Select Your Own Meals From Our International Cuisines – All Meals Self Service – For A Limited Time, All Of Our Meals Are Free!

Which restaurant would you visit?  Most people will use the $50!

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This article was written by SDK Hunter Consulting Group

About The Author:

Sherman Hunter and SDK Hunter Consulting Group staff consultants provide global moneymaking opportunities and proprietary strategies that quickly accelerate business activity. You may familiarize yourself with these unique concepts by visiting the SDK Hunter Consulting Group blog located at:

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