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Apr 21, 2021

Quote of the Day
The Past Does not equal the Future- Anthony Robbins
Learn and move on. Your Future is not created in the past.
Your future is also not created in the Future...It is created in the present...Listen to that again...
Now let's discuss the 7 Critical Questions for Focus and Direction...toward your path to success.
Review from Monday and really think through each question
1-The Opening Question- What's on your mind?
-what are your dominant thoughts
-why are you thinking them
2-The Expansion Question- What else is on your mind?
-go deeper...remember, that your thoughts are driving your expectations and actions
-you must seek to understand before you can direct
3-The Focusing Question- What's the most important thing you could be thinking about right now?
-what is the big domino in your day, life, direction
-key question is: are you focused on something "not" important to your direction and path
4-The Target Question- Exactly what do you want?
-what emotions do you truly want in your life
-how can you feel these emotions right now while continuing to make progress
5-The Guidance Question- How can you obtain help?
-who is the best person to help you
-how can you clarify and communicate your needs clearly
6-The Action Question- What is the best thing for you to do right now?
-listen: you can only do one thing at a time, so what is the 1 thing you can do right now
-how can you create daily rituals to drive the "correct" actions
7-The Growth Question- What are you learning by examining your thoughts and how can it help you grow?
-what is the biggest take away (learning) you can have from examining your thoughts
-how can you implement ways to create consistency
Final Thoughts
Are your thoughts helping you to experience what you want in life?
What you focus on grows...Focus your thoughts on what you want and you will attract it in your life.
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Thanks for listening.
George Wright III