How Many Times You Fail To Follow Your Strategies? and How To Breakthrough it

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How many times you see the great strategies from the other but you fail to follow?

How many time?.... ok, I guess that is A Lot

If yes, there are 9/10 people like you

Your answers are right here, But you still can not follow, Why?

Because it is your Scenarios,….you have a scenario that says this Thing will not work because your scenarios are built from your experiences, you use to read a lot, apply a lot but nothing work, Really? Are you use all techniques? are you use it in a powerful way or weakly, half-confidently? 

And when you fail you say it does not work, right? and this goes on until you use the new tool and like before, you do weakly and hope the miracle appear, and when the magic does not appear you will blame this method is useless, so your beliefs gradually and eventually you conclude that nothing works, All are just cheating, and you do not want to try anything . It just wastes your time and effort.

Here you need to know one thing that nothing is easy in this business, no such thing like one size to fit all, because each business is unique, to succeed you need to change your scenario, strategies/ tactics they’re just a tools, they will not help you get rich overnight, it's all about YOU, what you have to do is practice it fiercely, and will it help you succeed?, I Do not know, because No one can predict the future, but one thing is for sure, if you commit to practicing in a consistent way, you have the success rate higher than the others.

Nothing is Perfect in this business world, a hundred million dollars advertising strategy does not guarantee you get the results you want, as Ford cars spend billions of dollars for advertising on American Idol and then they realize it's a big waste, the most successful entrepreneurs, or the athletes who reach the highest goal are those who have unbelievable “stamina”. 

And it comes from their scenario, and all things are built by beliefs, all these things help them committed to following the strategies in the most intense and consistent manner and when these things are not working, are they disappointed?, No, they're ready to change the strategies until they reach their goal, Why they can do THAT?

Because they have a scenario that says they are going to succeed, they will practice aggressively without hesitation and therefore they will have a higher chance of success than anyone else, and in most cases, the results will accurately reflect your process

Kết quả hình ảnh cho failure and success

So the scenario is very important, at the beginning if it says this thing is useless and time-consuming or you fear that it will not work, then maybe you will do nothing or do in a weak, half-hearted way, and that will not lead you where you want to come.

Sometimes people consider too much about the cost of doing without considering the cost of not doing. Usually, when you think carefully, you will realize the cost for doing that ‘s not scary at all, the worst, you will lose a time with friends or coffee or you need to learn some new skills, but what will you pay if you do nothing? 

Your business will be stuck in place or worse going down and declaring bankruptcy, you will do boring job 8h per day and expect a retirement amount, look past monotonous, boring and worried about the future

So you can see the scenario plays a very important role in our success, different scenarios lead to different actions and then lead to different results.

And if you have not felt enough motivation or are hesitant about what you do because it seem to does not work, try writing down the answers to the following questions. I believe they can support you very well

These are the questions from Tim Ferris the author of Four Hours Work Week [Full Disclosure: As an affiliate, I receive compensation if you purchase through this link.]

1. Define your nightmare, the absolute worst that could happen if you did what you are considering. What doubt, fears, and “what-ifs” pop up as you consider the big changes you can—or need—to make? Envision them in painstaking detail. Would it be the end of your life? What would be the permanent impact, if any, on a scale of 1–10? Are these things really permanent? How likely do you think it is that they would actually happen?

2. What steps could you take to repair the damage or get things back on the upswing, even if temporarily? Chances are, it’s easier than you imagine. How could you get things back under control?

 3. What are the outcomes or benefits, both temporary and permanent, of more probable scenarios? Now that you’ve defined the nightmare, what are the more probable or definite positive outcomes, whether internal (confidence, self-esteem, etc.) or external? What would the impact of these more-likely outcomes be on a scale of 1–10? How likely is it that you could produce at least a moderately good outcome? Have less intelligent people done this before and pulled it off?

 4. If you were fired from your job today, what would you do to get things under financial control? Imagine this scenario and run through questions 1–3 above. If you quit your job to test other options, how could you later get back on the same career track if you absolutely had to?

5. What are you putting off out of fear? Usually, what we most fear doing is what we most need to do. That phone call, that conversation, whatever the action might be—it is fear of unknown outcomes that prevents us from doing what we need to do. Define the worst case, accept it, and do it. I’ll repeat something you might consider tattooing on your forehead: What we fear doing most is usually what we most need to do. As I have heard said, a person’s success in life can usually be measured by the number of uncomfortable conversations he or she is willing to have. Resolve to do one thing every day that you fear. I got into this habit by attempting to contact celebrities and famous businesspeople for advice.

 6. What is it costing you—financially, emotionally, and physically—to postpone action? Don’t only evaluate the potential downside of action. It is equally important to measure the atrocious cost of inaction. If you don’t pursue those things that excite you, where will you be in one year, five years, and ten years? How will you feel having allowed circumstance to impose itself upon you and having allowed ten more years of your finite life to pass doing what you know will not fulfill you? If you telescope out 10 years and know with 100% certainty that it is a path of disappointment and regret, and if we define risk as “the likelihood of an irreversible negative outcome,” inaction is the greatest risk of all.

7. What are you waiting for? If you cannot answer this without resorting to the previously rejected concept of good timing, the answer is simple: You’re afraid, just like the rest of the world. Measure the cost of inaction, realize the unlikelihood and repairability of most missteps, and develop the most important habit of those who excel and enjoy doing so: action.

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