You have the potential to be a high performer in life.
Scratch that: you are already capable of achieving your wildest dream and you are already a high performer….you just need to remember to honor the greatness within you more consistently.
I don’t care how old you are, or how young, it is never too late to make your dreams become your destiny. The one distinguishing factor of high performers is that they know that every decision they make matters. Our attitudes matter. Our thoughts matter. Our perspective matters. Our follow-through matters.
Yesterday I drove with a cop behind me for 30-minutes. I don’t typically speed and I don’t have a bad driving record, but, regardless, having a cop right by me made me mind my every move. That’s human nature though: when we know we are being watched and when we know what we do matters, we always pay closer attention.
So I ask you today, what would happen if you lived life with the same follow-through and attentiveness of someone driving next to a cop on the road? What would happen if you really took your dreams seriously enough to follow through with the small details all the time, as if you were being watched and held accountable?
One of the things I love most about my job is that it is my job to hold others accountable. Accountability drives our follow-through on everything we do. Accountability can be the difference between achieving a goal or simply letting it evade you. Accountability is everything.
If you don’t have a system of accountability in your life, set one up. Accountability partners are friends, spouses, trainers, mentors or coaches; they can be from any walk of life, the only prerequisite is that they care about your success and know that you have within you uncommon potential that needs to be taped into. If you aren’t sure where to start with your dreams or you want some professional accountability support, contact me directly for coaching options as I would be honored to coach you to radical change and impact in your life.
The Dalai Lama once said that “with the realization of one’s own potential and self-confidence in one’s ability, one can build a better world.”
Let’s build a better world together: let’s pursue our highest potential.
Yours in accountability,