Sell yourself

To achieve something noteworthy, you must make sure to sell yourself on why it is important. You need to sell yourself so bad that it hurts diverging from that path. Otherwise you will never be able to take the inevitably hard but necessary decisions and actions. Most people only work when they feel like it, and if you are controlled by your feelings you don't do very much. (Trust me I have tried...) Now I am not talking busywork, because most people are busy being busy. I am talking about driving real results that move you life and business forward towards your compelling future. 

To understand if your level of commitment is at the necessary level, you need to ask yourself if you are committed or only interested. If you are only interested, you will only take action when you feel like it and circumstances permits. If you are committed on the other hand, you take action no matter what circumstances and you don't accept distraction. So what level are you at? Are you interested in creating the life of your dreams or are you committed?

If not, you need to go back and ask yourself it the dream you are pursuing really is the right one for you.

Sometimes though, you just need to institute a few new habits in your life. One that has made a huge difference in my life that I strongly recommend is the "decision train". When I learned that the reason most people don't achieve very much is that they base their actions off of feelings, I became allergic. The non-achievers decision train looks like this: Feelings --> Actions --> Results. The elite flips the train around, since they know that results is what creates positive feelings (It has been empirically tested by me and I can confirm that it works): Actions --> Results --> Feelings. Before each decision, ask yourself: "Is this the most intelligent decision I could make right now, or is it based on how I feel in this moment?". I ask myself this question every day to make sure I make the right decision.

A RAGNHILD girl is a girl committed to her dreams, not just interested. Who are you?

Get your RAGNHILD on,
Jenny Johansson 

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