Previously, I talked about having a success formula. In this blog, I will share how I W.I.N. First, am I willing to win? This may seem like a no-brainer, but some people don't want to win in life. They want to coast by under the radar. They want to do the bare minimum, which isn't necessarily winning. Winning is relative to all of us. For me, winning is achieving my goals and dreams, being able to bless others, and setting myself up to take care of multiple generations in my family (long after I have left this Earth). Winning to me is leaving a footprint in this Earth that can never be erased. Winning also means sacrifice, taking risks, acting even when I am afraid (and I'm afraid A LOT).
Every decision we make to achieve a certain goal always points back to "why." Our "why" keeps things in perspective. When we remember why we are pursuing something, our actions and thoughts are more poignant and deliberate. We don't make rash, "fly off the handle" decisions. Rather, we take the time to think about what we are doing and whether the end result points back to our "why." Whenever you question whether something is right, think about your "why." How does it align with your "why?" Does it align with your "why?" How will it help you get to the ultimate goal of "why?"
Wisdom moments with The Authority in Global Business Dynamics.