The Distance Between You and Success

All your life you’ve dreamed of it, wished for it, studied towards it, and yet somehow, success eludes you. Your numbers are short of the mark, or someone other than you is promoted into that corner office. You find yourself thinking things like: I’m just not good enough, Why does this always happen to me? or At this rate, I’ll never make it.

The truth is the distance between you and success is very, very short—about six inches. It’s the space between your ears, or as our friend Linda Angér puts it, “America’s Most Valuable Real Estate.”

The truth is that you are bigger than you think, this stuff doesn’t “always” happen to you, and you “make it” at least once a day without realizing it. All those negative thoughts come from the Little Voice in your head, the one committed to keeping you in your place (as defined by someone else a long, long time ago).

When you become the master of the Little Voices in your head, everything changes. You become increasingly more aware of the impact of negative thoughts on your life, and increasingly more adept at stopping the negative impact before it begins.

The first step is to recognize that Little Voices inhabit your head, and that not all of them are looking out for your best interest. The next step is clicking this image to take Blair Singer’s free diagnostic to see what Little Voice areas you need to bolster.

Link to LVM Diagnostic

How far are you from success right now? As the Rolling Stones said a long time ago, “…It’s Just a Thought Away.” Go for it.

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This is an example of the topics we deal with each week in the SalesPartners Troy Sales Mastery classroom. You’re invited to experience one session as our guest, to make sure it’s a “fit” for you. Contact us for details and upcoming dates.


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