Friday, June 26, 2009

30 Days at 100 Percent

Ever catch yourself not giving your all in everything you do? It's rare for me to do so, but it does happen. Ever wonder how NOT giving 100% of yourself in everything you do looks do other people? Do they KNOW that you're not giving your all? Do they believe that your mediocrity is, in fact, the best you can do and won't ask more of you? If that's the case, is that a GOOD thing?

When you sit back and think about it, it doesn't sound like such a great thing. I can remember studying my tail off for an exam. I would live and breathe that subject until I knew it backwards and forwards(yeah I'm a little It wasn't until I took the test and put down the pencil that I realized I had done my best. This was even before seeing the grade.

You see, when you give your all, then you know, deep inside that it was in fact the best you can do. You weren't holding any part of yourself back. When you truly know this, then you can feel a sense of deep satisfaction with yourself. After all, that's who you have to live with in the end anyway.

Everyone that knows me, knows, that I won't do anything halfway. It's all or nothing. I can't put my name on something that I feel will be perceived as mediocre. I'd rather not do it at all than do it half way.

This goes for just about everything I do. Sure the occasional load of laundry might get over looked and the pots might sit in the sink while the rest of the dishes are in the dish washer, but for the most part, whatever I've decided to do gets done with fervor.

Still, there are times when I wonder if there is something more that I could have done. Be it in my personal life or in my professional life. Making contacts, attending networking parties, booking clients etc.. Have I given myself enough options, am I so overworked that my judgment is actually clouded and I need to learn to relax so that I can in fact proceed at 100%??

Fortunately, I found I'm not the only one feeling this uneasiness from time to time. There are many of you out there that want to do your best and have just lost your focus. You want your name synonymous with the "all or nothing". (trust me you really do!! :))

In Crystal Wrights' "30 Days at 100 Percent" you will learn to focus, gain momentum and begin to achieve your goals.

To quote Crystal: "My belief; that by changing only one thing every 30 days, expecting God's power and favor in your life, and refusing to take no for an answer from anyone, including yourself, you can reclaim your power, reinvent yourself, and step into the life of your choosing."

When I read those words, I suddenly felt compelled to not only join the mailing list but to also invest in the cd's but to let you all know about it as well. Who doesn't want to be on top? Who doesn't want to give 100%?? It's truly something we should all be striving for.

So if for no other reason than sheer curiosity, click on the title of this post. Check out what "30 days at 100 percent" is about. I mean, it can't HURT you to gain more knowledge right?
It certainly can't
HOLD YOU BACK. Only YOU can do that.

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