Live Your Dream Life NOW! Take Action NOW!

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Many people want to "Get Ready - Aim - then Fire." The challenge with doing this is that many people never "Fire". They just: "Get Ready - Aim - Aim - Aim - Aim."

For example, let's say you want to start a career in internet marketing. As you know, the internet is complex, and there are a myriad of ways to market online. You should always do your research, but some people want to know every single detail about the internet before they even get started. Have you ever heard of the term "Analysis Paralysis?" That's what happens. You research so much that you never actually get started. You never "Fire."

That's why you need to do some initial research, and then go for it. Don't procrastinate. Always make sure that your actions are taking you closer to achieving your goals and your purpose. Don't let anything or anybody keep you from moving forward to achieve your dreams. Remember that no one is perfect. Everyone is going to make mistakes. However, that's how we learn. We make a mistake, make the necessary corrections, and keep going. The most successful people in the world have made the most mistakes simply because they take more actions than anyone else.

Here are some success tips for you.

1. Create a Daily To Do List. Figure out exactly what you're going to do the night before. By doing that, you'll be ahead of a lot of people. Most people get up in the morning, go to work, and then they figure out what they're going to do that day. In the book, Eat That Frog!, by Brian Tracy, he explains how to overcome procrastination and how to prioritize your daily tasks. Your "frog" is the biggest, most important task that you need to accomplish. You should always conquer that task first (in other words, "eat that frog" first).

2. Find a Mentor. This will also help you to overcome procrastination. Find someone who has already done what you want to do. You can find someone by looking on the internet, looking in the phone book, asking your friends, etc. You'll find that people love to talk about their achievements. Once you find a mentor, call them, and offer to take them out to lunch. When you go to lunch, be prepared with a list of questions for them. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen devoted an entire book to learning how to ask for what you want. It's called The Aladdin Factor.

3. Live your dream life now - Don't wait - Don't procrastinate. One of my friends once told me that her goals were to live below her means and consistently contribute to her 401K at work. By the time she retires at age 65, she expects to have close to a million dollars in her 401K. At that point, she'll be able to retire and do all the things that she's always wanted to do. Why wait until you're 65? Fulfill your dreams now. Money invested in a 401K is at risk, and there's no guarantee that a million dollars will be there at age 65. There's also no guarantee that you'll be as healthy at age 65 as you are today. Don't Wait! Take Action Now! Live Your Passions Today! You Can Do It! Just Believe and You Will Achieve! Never Give Up!

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This article was published on 2010/04/02