13 Jun How to develop world-class behaviors in the next 14 days
via the Ladders by Anthony Moore
“If you want to have world-class success, you need to make world-class choices.” -Darren Hardy
Most people don’t realize they’re only a few key behaviors away from starting to live a truly world-class life.
You don’t need to adopt dozens of new, difficult behaviors of “successful people” — you just need a few. And if you make just a few key behavioral changes, you’ll build momentum and confidence that you can reinvest in yourself to master new and better behaviors.
Success doesn’t happen all at once — it’s a slow, gradual process that rewards those who can consistently follow the path.
But it starts with developing a few world-class behaviors.
Focus on learning and creating, not entertainment and distraction
There’s a lot you’ll need to learn on this journey you’re on. When I was a no-name blogger with dreams of being a big-time writer, I foolishly thought all I needed to master was “writing.”
Now that I am a successful writer, I’m amazed at how many new skills I’ve needed to learn, like website design, email marketing, webinars, sales pitches, public speaking, relationship building, online course creation, scheduling software, and countless more.
That’s why your first world-class behavior to master is to simply focus on learning and creating, not entertainment or distraction.
You can learn a lot very quickly, if you choose. If you play guitar 3 times a week, you might take a year or two to get pretty good. But play guitar 3 times a day, and you could become very skilled in a matter of weeks.
You can only find these shortcuts by intense learning and creating, making mistakes, building your abilities as well as your confidence.
But as long as you continue to focus on entertainment and distraction, you’ll always be stuck in first gear, unable to start gaining enormous momentum to break through mental barriers that you might’ve been carrying around for years.
It’s difficult to remove yourself entirely from these distractions. Major corporations have entire department of professionals whose sole job is to make you pay attention to their products. With the enormous influence of technology, social media, smart phones, and advertisements, it can feel a bit like living in a casino, where every little detail is designed to keep you focused on spending your money…
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