As you work to identify your Bucket List of goals, be sure to remember that there is no purer form of success, no more exact and demanding test of what you are capable of, then to set a challenging goal and find joy in the capacity to meet it.
While we all have different goals and aspirations, we all love and benefit from a challenge—something that inspires us to reach the peak of our potential, jailbreaks us from our comfort zone, and transforms us into a better, far more capable version of ourselves.
The ultimate reason for setting a challenging goal is to entice you to become the person, team or company it takes to achieve them.
Who you become, as well as the traits and skill sets you develop in rising to meet a challenging goal are sustainable resources for future achievement.
A BIG CHALLENGING GOAL…
…is so much more than a thought in your head. It’s a profound message about who you are and what you are capable of achieving.
IT IS imperative that you accept this reality: when you rise to meet the mental rigors and physical demands of a challenging goal, you will 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 challenging goal exists to test your limits, to push you beyond the breaking point, and to separate you from the herd.
You’ll never know the full measure of your potential until you are tested. You can never be sure whether you’ll step up or falter in any given situation.
Passing the tests presented by a challenging goal proves that you are tougher, more resilient, and far more capable than you ever imagined.
And this is why you are going to love the 100 Day Challenge, the most extreme performance acceleration program on earth.
For an individual, team, company, community, or country to become great, they must seek out and rise to achieve big challenging goals. THERE IS NO OTHER WAY!
WHAT TO DO NOW?
Retire into yourself and think of THREE BIG CHALLENGING GOALS.
They must gratify your passion, be deserving of your efforts and beg for your attention—the ones that say “come and get me.”
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