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How many times in your life have you planned out an event in advance?
Whether it was a holiday list, your weekly shoppping list, items you needed for school or for a party,
or maybe a list of the people to invite...

In each of these cases, you decided precisely what you wanted, who you wanted, and then wrote them down, didn't you? ... & then did whatever was necessary to achieve your aim.

If you're like the majority of people, you have several VERY VALID reasons for not treating your life and your long-term wants & desires the same way. What those reasons are, I do not know, nor do I care. Our only care is about determining exactly what it is you want in your life, and how we're going to make it happen for you in the next 30 months or less.A mere 1000 days. Even if you want to be an expert in brain surgery, when we take a step back from the instant gratification we've become so wrapped up in, and divide The most difficult goal on earth into a thousand smaller pieces, surely you'll agree there is no limit to our potential for achievement and accomplishment.

No one says you have to do the entire thousand pieces up front, partly because when we view it that way, a thousand pieces does indeed sound like a great deal. Also, as a bonus revelation, we find so very often that taking five or six steps in a row will automatically create or accomplish the next few steps as well, eliminating many unnecessary steps in a journey of a thousand pieces.

Actually creating a written list with a numbers one through a thousand is for that special someone who fits into the top three percent, not by brains or brawn, looks or likeability, or much of anything but burning, passionate desire. Those three-percenters are already getting busy on those thousand steps. This document is not focused quite so much on them as it is on the rest of us, which includes you.

For those of us who are desirous of "settling" for being in the top ten percent, or The top twenty percent, excuses are no longer acceptable. THIS is the time to get busy getting busier. THIS is the time to start by breaking the thousand steps into as few or as many chunks, or stages, as we deem fit. For the sake of ease, let's declare that your vital goal is to be broken into one hundred stages. So, in order to achieve that goal within a thousand days, we need to accomplish one stage every ten days.

Let us set three days to do nothing more complicated than creating a written plan for the first five stages, perhaps The first ten stages. If you're so busy working 16 hours per day, we can even start by creating, in writing, just the first stage or two, remembering that each stage is broken into three pieces. In three days, are you capable -- oops, we know you are capable of it -- are you WILLING to place on paper ten stages, or five stages, or even one or two stages, with each one broken into a few smaller pieces?

A life-changingly simple method, right in front of your face. Some of the busiest humans on the planet do this regularly. NOT BY COINCIDENCE, more than a few of them are in the magical 471. "471" is the number of people who's been identified by Forbes, Fortune, and other sources as being the four hundred and seventy-one humans who own or control a whopping seventy percent of all the cash on this planet. they do better than you, and they know better than you, so this instant is a good instant for you to separate personality from issue and look carefully at what these leaders are doing.

They are breaking their biggest goals into tinier pieces, creating a clear path to the achievement of their goals. Very, very often, things will happen to knock the achievement of a stage off course. Losers cry about the loss, winners briefly regret it and use the remainder of "regret energy" to focus on resolution.

I heard a fellow say that we spend more time planning our weddings than we do our marriages.

I can't help but wonder if that's why most weddings are excellent and successful... while most marriages end up being less than excellent and successful. Is there a connection here, or am I crazy?

When you go to take a shower, you don't accidentally end up wet & naked in the bathroom, do you?

You got there ON PURPOSE: you Decided to take a shower; you went into your room, got undressed, grabbed a towel, etc., & PURPOSELY ended up precisely where you'd intended: the shower!!

And that's the whole purpose of this document: We do very few things by accident. Millions of times each second, your brain makes decisions based on the - are you ready for this? - thousands of billions of bits of data flowing through your internal computer system! the Reticular Activating System in the back of your head, also referred to as the "Secretary of the Human Mind" examines roughly eight MILLION bits of data every single second, deciding whether to bring it to your conscious attention, or merely store it In The Highway To Winning More "downstairs storage" of the subconscious.

Hey, when you notice your gas is low, you suddenly remember seeing a gas station a few blocks or miles back. When you first passed it, you saw it, but your reticular system decided it wasn't important enough to "bother" you with, so it stored the info in your subconscious mind, aptly referred to as "The Robot."

Yet, when you saw the gas gauge getting low, you suddenly remembered that gas station because you gave a direct command to the Reticular System to search the brain for all info relating to gas: "Where is gas?/How much cash do I have?/Do I have time to fill up, or just grab a few dollars worth?," and so on.

If you're smart enough to use your brain to take a shower, fill your tank, write a letter, or a million other petty things, what would possibly stop you from using these same techniques for more important things in your life? Important stuff, such as your family relationships, career/finances, or simply feeling pleased.

I'm asking YOU a question:

If the answer is "No," then please explain to the face in your mirror precisely why you have written out shopping lists, invitation lists, book lists, booze lists, vacation clothing lists, holiday lists, and more... but don't seem to have the time to plan out how you're going to live the rest of your life. Is one of us stupid here? If I'm at all offensive, then please, accept my lack of apology: I'm only responding to the fact that only 4 to 5 of every 100 people on this earth take the trouble to actually try for excellence in their lives. Maybe you're in that 4 or 5 percent.

The next 21 days will tell us clearly. One thing I unconditionally guarantee: Investment of literally

1% of your time (14 minutes pr day) for 21 straight days will yield an improvement of no less than 10 - 50% in every area of your life that you commit to paper, in the form of goals and "action plans."

Your words are a whisper in the storm of your actions.
We know what you're doing because we see what you're doing.     Don't you?

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