I’m sure you have decisions to make every day on the things that you should ‘TRY’
(try this) (try that) and making a decision can be hard if we let it…
Every fence should be made out of barbed wire and razor blades so all of the
people sitting on them would take action one way or another!
People start ‘trying’ to do things rather than just taking the initiative to ‘do it’.
Telling someone that you will “TRY’ is actually telling them that you have no desire
to finish whatever they asked you to do before you even start.
Telling someone that you will ‘TRY’ is like slapping them in the face (and it’s just plain RUDE).
“I’ll TRY to make your wedding… REALLY…(unless something more interesting
or better, etc. comes up).”
Trying just leads to excuses…
Money and/or success never follows TRY!
I tried but it wasn’t my time…
I tried but I don’t have enough money…
I tried but he or she didn’t like me…
I tried but ‘something’ came up…
It’s all MINDSET
Listening to all the ‘buts’ just gives me the picture of ‘ People getting a sore
BUTT from sitting on a fence’
The ‘right time’ will never come…
Just how do you define ‘enough’ money?
The mirror answers ‘why’ someone doesn’t like you.
Life will always show up; so be prepared to overcome.
Trying is just a big fat EXCUSE for not giving your ALL!
Once you start taking action and not making excuses, people will want
to follow your example…
It’s really that simple…
One reason people get stuck in the trying mode is that when someone asks
them to do something, they say yes; when really they should just say NO.
The thing you said yes to was probably not even close to your end goal so
you had no real desire to accomplish it anyway.
JUST SAY NO…
When you say no to the things that don’t align with your goals you get to
avoid the awful feeling of ‘having to try’.
There is no middle ground…
You are on one side of the fence or the other…
How would you feel if you sat down on a 747 and the pilot said over the intercom
that he was going to ‘TRY’ to fly the plane…
Or you were going to parachute out of an airplane and the instructor said that he
‘TRIED’ to pack your chute, but he wasn’t sure about it…
What if the Doctor said that he would ‘TRY’ to deliver your baby? Really!!! Is he
just going to stop because of a ‘but’?
Trying is just not acceptable for success in any profession, it just shows the world
that you don’t care enough to get it done right.
With a CONFIDENT MINDSET you don’t have to sit on the fence getting a sore Butt.
Take a risk and be confident about the outcome…
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