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Ready, Set, Go!

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Where do you weigh in on the great speed debate? Is pressing for high speed the fastest way to get things done? Or is slowing down for good planning the fastest way, ultimately?

Actually, going slow or fast have little to do with how quickly things get done. Our underlying beliefs and attitudes do. If we feel pressured, frustrated, anxious, or fearful,  our desired results will take longer and require more effort whether we push to make things happen or try to avoid things.

On the other hand, if we feel excited, confident, calm, or trusting, our desired results will take less time and effort.

How we look at it is how we see it. How we see it is how we expect it. How we expect it, odd as it may sound, is how it usually happens.

Ready, set, go!

 

In your corner,

Mike

PS: Feel good. Then act.

Today’s photo credit: Andrew_D_Hurley via photopin cc

2 thoughts on “Ready, Set, Go!

  1. PMA! Positive Mental Attitude and generally good physical health are the most vital elements to success. As stated, fast or slow are really not indicative of superb results. Yes, there may be those occasions where time is of the essence, but even those, with proper planning can be attacked with the utmost PMA! Failure to plan is planning to fail.

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