January 2013

When Something is Important in Your Life, you will find a way and Commit to it

When last have you "dug in your own back yard?"

Here is my number one ingredient for your success. Don't dig in someone else's back yard. For things in your life to change you must change.

We are often prone to blaming others for our own problems. This goes back to always having that tendency to take the course of least resistance. Keep looking in your own back yard. It is perhaps one of the most powerful bits of advice I can give anyone.