Here in this video, Tony Robbins has a wonderful discussion with expert internet marketers Frank Kern and John Reese about why not everyone takes action in life and in business. He talks about the importance of visualization and commitment and how to become great at using effective techniques.
I found this 2011 New Year’s Resolution and Action
Calendar recently and had to share it with everyone.
Here is a guideline on how to use it:
“Choose your top 3 most important resolutions or
goals and enter them on the lines below each month
(or insert more lines). If your goals are based on
certain days of the week, highlight those columns
that apply. As you accomplish each task or goal,
check it off for that day.”
Click this link below to print your copy of
the Action Calendar!
A definition of character by Hyrum Smith…powerful!
“Character is the ability to carry out a worthy decision
after the emotion of making that decision has past.”
Hear what Hyrum has to say about Character on this video below:
This historic event took place on 6 May, 1954 during a meet between British AAA and Oxford University at Iffley Road Track in Oxford. It was watched by about 3,000 spectators. With winds up to 25 miles per hour (40 km/h) prior to the event, Bannister had said twice that he favored not running, to conserve his energy and efforts to break the 4-minute barrier; he would try again at another meet.
However, the winds dropped just before the race was scheduled to begin, and Bannister did run. Two other runners, Brasher and Chataway, provided pacing while completing the race. Both went on to establish their own track careers. The race was broadcast live by BBC Radio and commented on by Harold Abrahams, of Chariots of Fire fame.
Roger Bannister set a goal of running a mile under four minutes. He believed he could do it….even though no one had ever accomplished it before. Because he convinced himself, and was faithful in his training, he achieved his goal. After he did it, many others followed because it was all of the sudden realized to be possible!
Learn more about Roger’s story here – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Bannister