A 10% or 20% Improvement is NOT the Idea

Ten or twenty percent is only an incremental gain.

For some that’s an impressive performance – depending on the challenge.

I prefer the idea of a quantum leap.

Why not choose to double your level of success? Why not triple it? Or more!
Why play small when you can go big?

To do this you’re going to have to be illogical.

The 3 Basic Principles of a Quantum Leap

1. Think of something you truly WANT to achieve, something you’d love to be, do or have.
To achieve a quantum leap, it must come from inside.
It must be something seeking expression in and through YOU.
This could be for you personally — or if you’re the leader of a team or business.

What do you have a burning desire to do?
If you knew you could not fail, what would you do?
Write it down. Imagine you are already living it NOW (that’s really important).

2. Let go of having to know HOW you’re going to get there.
You may already be able to see the problems you’ll face.
You may already realise some resources you’ll need are missing.
You may have no idea how you’re going to work through some of the logistics.
Believe it or not, none of that is your problem.

“Absence of evidence is not evidence of their absence.”
~~ Price Pritchett, You2

Everything you need will come to you as you need it.

…read on to learn Principle #3 — it’s simple but essential for you to make that quantum leap!

Related Reading:

Is Anything Really Possible?

Play It Safe and Survive — Is That Enough?

How to Be Happy and Love Your Life

Do You Think For Yourself? Here’s How to Start

This is Janet Poole and I believe in freedom and living your true potential.

I believe in finding better ways to grow your business and live a better life.

I believe in being someone you can count on for support all the way into achieving your goal.

I have searched the world to find the best ways to grow, achieve permanent change and live your wildest dreams — I have found it in the program Thinking Into Results.

Better Ways. More Freedom.

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