When it’s still 30C (86F) at night, the last thing I want to do is drag my comfy butt off the couch and go for a run.
But I have a goal to get from 5k runs (2014) to a 10k run (2015).
I don’t feel like running… but I run.
But I have a goal about how much I want to earn this year.
I don’t feel like marketing… but I market.
When I look at that beautiful bottle of Dr Pepper sitting right next to that healthy bottle of water, which do you suppose I’d rather drink?
But I have a goal about my target weight and fitness level.
I don’t feel like drinking water… but I drink water.
When the sun is shining through my bedroom window and I’m still comfy and sleepy, I kinda just want to hang out a little longer.
But I have goals about how much I’m going to grow my business this year.
I don’t feel like getting out of bed… but I get out of bed.
When I read about the latest widget, or better yet, do a voice over that promotes the latest widget, often, I want to rush out and buy the widget.
But I have a goal about my investment savings.
I don’t feel like saving instead of spending… but I save.
How To Make Decisions That Lead To Success
Some people make decisions based on feelings.
Successful people make decisions based on goals.
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