Want to play in the big leagues?
Want to attract and create a massive amount of money, power and fame into your life?
Here’s how it works.
Nothing succeeds like success.
Success loves speed…success reveres action…success worships execution…success begets success.
The world recognizes, respects and rewards successful people with an avalanche of opportunities…and like any intense avalanche, those opportunities grow with great speed, mass and velocity.
THE SINGLE BEST THING that you can do to attract people, and to trigger an avalanche of opportunity is to make something BIG happen… achieve an extraordinary goal….to take on a beast of a challenge and crush it.
By doing so…you immediately earn respect, admiration and curiosity…which in turn points all eyes and attention in your direction.
The act of making something big happen triggers a ripple effect of strategic byproducts.
While you may be tempted to chalk up any newfound opportunities as lucky breaks or as the unintended consequences of being successful…the fact is they should be viewed as the intended consequences of success, the domino effect of winning big, the chain reaction of one success leading to a self-perpetuating cycle of good luck.
Things leads to things, and big successful wins leads to a number of intrinsic and extrinsic benefits.
For our purposes, we’ll focus on the intrinsic benefits as there is no purer form of success, no more exact and demanding test of what you are capable of, than to take on and achieve a seemingly impossible goal or challenge and find joy in the capacity to meet it.
The ultimate reason for stepping up your game and achieving a big goal is to entice and empower you to become the person it takes to achieve it.
As you are about to find out, who you become, as well as the character traits and skill sets you develop in rising to meet a big challenging goal are the real benefits.
They are the things which inspire and allow you to play at the top of your game, and they are profoundly more important than the nature of the goal itself.
Here are three of the many strategic byproducts you’ll enjoy once you make something big happen and which are absolutely priceless.
1. You Find Out What You’re Really Made Of
When you take on a big challenging goal and shoot for the moon, you’ll never be the same again. You either cope or crumble. You become better or bitter. You emerge stronger or weaker.
It has to be this way, as a big challenging goal exists to tests your limits, to push you beyond the breaking point, to separate you from the crowded field of mediocrity.
Your reward is finding out how far you can go, how tough and resilient you are, and learning what you’re really made of.
2. You Build Extraordinary Self-Confidence
No mountains can be climbed, no hearts won, no opportunities seized, no books written, and no victories enjoyed without self-confidence.
The inspired ability to rise to meet the physical rigors and mental demands of a big challenging goal is directly attributable to your self-confidence.
As your challenges build, as you find the strength to face your fears and overcome obstacles…you are rewarded with ever increasing levels of self-confidence.
3. You Grow Up
Few things in life demonstrate that you are ready to become the great man or woman that you are meant to be…than the ability to set and achieve a big challenging goal.
By doing so you are demonstrating all the behaviors of a mature, responsible adult…focus, discipline, commitment, perseverance, integrity and follow through.
These are powerful intrinsic benefits that will pay off handsomely though out the remainder of your life.
SPRINKLES ARE FOR WINNERS…that’s why the most important thing you can do for your life and career is to identify not only your big challenge …that game changing goal…but also to think of all the intended consequences, the positive repercussions…the amazing ripple effects which will take effect in your life as they will provide you with the extra fuel you need to take on this beast of a goal and crush it.
I created the 100 Day Challenge so that you can divide your life neatly in two parts…before the challenge and after.
After is better—much better as nothing success quite like success.
Gary Ryan Blair