3rd Free Bi-Monthly Newsletter from George Zalucki

So you say you want opportunity. Let me describe it for you. Opportunity is a coin with two faces. On one side is opportunity equal to its face value. On the other side of that same coin are obstacles equal to the face value of the same coin. So, if I have a great opportunity what will be inherent in that great opportunity – a few obstacles – or many? If you’re dreaming lofty dreams what must you be prepared to include? There will be many obstacles for you to overcome. There’s never been a worthy victory without a struggle.

What does this mean? The truth is you’re not going to accomplish big things without first working on you. You’re the one that needs to be worked on. The pursuer of opportunity is you. The better you get, the better your efforts will produce desirable results. Can you see the indisputable connection here? The truth is, and always has been, that you are the one responsible for the outcome. That being said, a truth revealing question follows: “Are you striving daily for more self-competency?” As you grow, your accomplishments will equally grow. Are you developing your skills or are you like most, simply wishing for things to get better and doing little or nothing to self-improve? If you want to succeed, you must separate your thinking, attitudes and behavior from the masses of ideal dreamers: always “intending” but mostly “pretending.”

Insight:
Each of us has the power of choice and each choice takes a step toward some future outcome. There is no escaping this truth. Your life, as it exists today, is a manifestation of accumulated thoughts, emotions, attitudes, and the commitments made by you over time.
For example, if learning was unimportant to you, the relationship to where you are economically is a result of that choice. If you complain about your circumstances, or blame others for it, notice the quality of your life as a consequence. If you lack self-motivation, notice the many good things that you and your family will never enjoy. As the great price fighter, Joe Louis once said, “You can run, but you cannot hide.” To which I add, “You can avoid the truth, but never its justice.” What decisions will you make about your business?

Do you still think a business is for you?

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So you say you want opportunity. Let me describe it for you. Opportunity is a coin with two faces. On one side is opportunity equal to its face value. On the other side of that same coin are obstacles equal to the face value of the same coin. So, if I have a great opportunity what will be inherent in that great opportunity – a few obstacles – or many? If you’re dreaming lofty dreams what must you be prepared to include? There will be many obstacles for you to overcome. There’s never been a worthy victory without a struggle.
What does this mean? The truth is you’re not going to accomplish big things without first working on you. You’re the one that needs to be worked on. The pursuer of opportunity is you. The better you get, the better your efforts will produce desirable results. Can you see the indisputable connection here? The truth is, and always has been, that you are the one responsible for the outcome. That being said, a truth revealing question follows: “Are you striving daily for more self-competency?” As you grow, your accomplishments will equally grow. Are you developing your skills or are you like most, simply wishing for things to get better and doing little or nothing to self-improve? If you want to succeed, you must separate your thinking, attitudes and behavior from the masses of ideal dreamers: always “intending” but mostly “pretending.”
Insight:
Each of us has the power of choice and each choice takes a step toward some future outcome. There is no escaping this truth. Your life, as it exists today, is a manifestation of accumulated thoughts, emotions, attitudes, and the commitments made by you over time.
For example, if learning was unimportant to you, the relationship to where you are economically is a result of that choice. If you complain about your circumstances, or blame others for it, notice the quality of your life as a consequence. If you lack self-motivation, notice the many good things that you and your family will never enjoy. As the great price fighter, Joe Louis once said, “You can run, but you cannot hide.” To which I add, “You can avoid the truth, but never its justice.” What decisions will you make about your business?
Do you still think a business is for you?
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