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The Curse of Good Intentions

THE GREATEST WASTE of untapped resources in this world, are people’s good intentions that don’t translate into purposeful, goal directed behavior.
Therefore, allow me to explain the critical difference between intentions and results.

On a global scale, there is a chronic disconnect between intentions and results, as the goals that companies and individuals set for themselves often bare little resemblance to the results that they actually achieve.

The fact is…

Intentions have never once put food on your table, or clothes on your back.

Intentions have never put muscle on your body, nor gasoline in your automobile.

Intentions have never put money into your bank account, or paid for any of your expenses.

And, intentions have never once helped you to run a marathon, learn the guitar, paint the house, mow your  lawn, nor build a successful business.

While good intentions are indeed honorable, the ONLY thing that matters is your ability to execute and drive results.

Read this next line slowly…

Your results serve as judge, jury and execution of your performance.

This truth applies exactly the same way to a sales person’s ability to meet or exceed quota, to a student’s ability to maintain good grades in school, to a Coaches ability to build a winning record, as well as to a parent’s ability to raise strong, healthy, self-confident children.

There is absolutely NO EXCEPTION to this truth….as we ALL get measured by the means, as well as the ends of our results.

The sooner you accept that reality, the sooner you start making big things happen in your life and career.

Everything Counts!

Gary Ryan Blair

P.S. The difference between who you are and who you want to be is dependent upon what you do. To learn how to do more in 100 days than most people do over the course of 10 years, then take action now, and visit the 100 Day Challenge.

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