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The 2 traits of successfully achieving your outcomes

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As I am planning my schedule for upcoming  events, I was reviewing some of the most interesting data on the 2 common traits on people who achieve their goals.  Why is it that 2 people starting with the same opportunity can end up in totally different and even opposite circumstances.

My goal in running this group is to give you the tools that make your life easier, happier and more successful.  While I can and will give you some of those tools here, unless you pick up the tools, put them to actions and review what you have done it is very unlikely that you will achieve any real level of success.

We are approaching the end of 2013.  What will you do differently in 2014?  If you choose to not be a part of this group by not paying the annual dues, I wish you nothing but the best.  I want this group to continue to be about action and results.  I want you to be getting value and to help me grow this group, not because I want a large group but because we want to surround ourselves with proactive, driven and action minded people.  Success breeds success.

I want to thank those of you who've already paid the annual dues because your commitment to your success inspires me to do more.

Many of you know the story of the wsj letter about 2 young men.  Here is the text of that letter (please note that I don't care whether you use the wsj or not, the point is that knowledge is potential power, actions driven by knowledge will get you your outcomes):

“On a beautiful late spring afternoon, twenty-five years ago, two young men graduated from the same college. They were very much alike, these two young men. Both had been better than average students, both were personable and both – as young college graduates are – were filled with ambitious dreams for the future.
Recently, these men returned to their college for their 25th reunion.
They were very much alike. Both were happily married. Both had three children. And both, it turned out, had gone to work for the same Midwestern manufacturing company, and were still there.
But there was a difference. One of the men was manager of a small department of that company. The other was its president.
What Made The Difference
Have you ever wondered, as I have, what makes this kind of difference in people’s lives? It isn’t always a native intelligence or talent or dedication. It isn’t that one person wants success and the other doesn’t.
The difference lies in what each person knows and how he or she makes use of that knowledge.
And that is why I am writing to you and to people like you about The Wall Street Journal. For that is the whole purpose of the Journal: To give its readers knowledge – knowledge that they can use in business.
Knowledge is Power
Right now, I am reading page one of the Journal. It combines all the important news of the day with in-depth feature reporting. Every phase of business news is covered, from articles on inflation, wholesale prices, car prices, tax incentives for industries to major developments in Washington, and elsewhere…
And there is page after page inside The Journal filled with fascinating and significant information that’s useful to you. A daily column on personal money management helps you become a smarter saver, better investor, wiser spender. There are weekly columns on small business, marketing, real estate, technology, regional developments. If you have never read The Wall Street Journal, you cannot imagine how useful it can be to you.
Much of the information that appears in The Journal appears nowhere else. The Journal is printed in numerous plants across the US, so that you get it early each business day.
About those two college graduates I mentioned in the beginning of the letter: They were graduated from the same college together and together got started in the business world. So what made their livesin business different?
Knowledge. Useful knowledge. And its application.
An Investment in Success"
___________  End of letter

I recently took a "NLP for business Practitioner" certification.  The information was amazing and I am already reaping rewards.
I am looking forward to our meet up in January.

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