5 Ways to Live to Your Fullest Potential

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1. Embracing Your Imagination

In order to attain your goals you have to first imagine attaining it and living it. Living in wonder allows you to create a positive environment in your mindset where the thought of reaching your goals is possible. Embracing your imagination gives yourself permission to go out there to achieve your goals. Live your thoughts into existence!

 

2. Be Laser Focused

Being “laser” focused creates urgency within oneself to bring something into fruition, sooner, rather than later – and the idea of not doing it, or putting it off, becomes unthinkable. When something becomes such a huge part of you, it becomes very hard to detach from it because it literally gets ingrained in the networks in your brain. When you start to bring a dream alive, it becomes such a massive part of you that the fear of not making it happen grows and spreads, ramped around your mind quite effortlessly. The more you can intentionally create and be conscious of things that move you to action, the better equipped you’ll be to create the results you’re committed to.

 

3.) Stay Consistent

“Everyone claims they work hard but not everyone is consistent”.

Being consistent is all about sticking with a plan even though the results are not appearing immediately. Being consistent requires mental toughness and sometimes involves making sacrifices which  is never easy, but the more positively consistent you become, the easier sacrifices will get. The ones who never gave up are the ones who succeeded.

 

4.) Build Up Will Power

The idea of will power might be better understood by imaging a rainbow after a storm. Let’s face it, the majority of our experiences in life are not easy, especially when it comes to being successful. The struggles we are faced with during our ascend to the top can really test our determination. We may also be challenged by our own demons, which can include lack of focus or lack of long term thinking. You must earn your will power by having a strong sense of self discipline that can only get better over time. In this life, we are given the power of choice and the choices we make dictate our future, which is why will power is such an important trait to possess.

 

5.) Obtain Your Absolute Best in Health and Fitness

Your health is your #1 Investment and asset. Do your absolute best to ensure peak performance of your health, fitness, and wellness. You’re going to spend a whole lot of time in your body might as well make it a comfortable home. Here are some quick tips for optimal health performance:

– Exercise at least 5x/week for minimum 30mins.

– Eat a balanced diet that consist protein, fats, and minimal carbs.

– Aim for 7-9 hrs of sleep everyday

– Manage your stress levels by looking at the brighter side of any situation.

– Laugh as much as possible – everyday!

 

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Thoughtful Tuesday #19: 5 Goals You Should Have

5 Goals You Should Have

1. Peace of Mind
2. Balance
3. Time management
4. Controbute
5. Be the best version of you

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5 Traits of the Successful

5 Traits of the Successful

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According to me, ADAMwontLOSE, I feel these are 5 key traits that lead to success. There might be many more other characteristics but I feel whether you are seeking business, academic, relationship, self-development success you will need the 5 following traits to succeed.

  1. Courageous

Courage, something all people must have. Courage is that ability to take leap of faith against your fears. It’s the ability to confront danger, pain and agony. This is an attribute that can be found in top performing athletes and many successful people. These people are motivated towards their goal in life and have no fear of loss. This courage makes a person want to live without having the concerns of falling back. Athletes can climb dangerous mountains, businessmen can can take risky investments all because they are courageous.

  1. Laser-focused

Having the knowledge of what your heart desires and then having the determination to reach that desire is called being laser focused about it. People with a strong heart and intellectual understanding of the world can have this vision. The people in the profession of sports or something that includes facing agonizing circumstances to reach that one required goal have this focus. You can see the laser-focusness in athletes when competiting at an exceptional high level. Being focused is just not enough you have to be LASER FOCUSED.

  1. Works hard

Hard work has always been the key to success. All athletes strive and work on their body as well as daily routine to reach an optimal lifestyle in accordance with their profession. Working hard is not an easy task and therefore can only be accomplished by the people who have a burning desire to succeed in their minds and hearts.

  1. Team player

No man is an island. You certainly need to have what I like to call ‘people-skills’ in order to get a head and achieve success. You’re day to day interactions with others determines your progress. You’re going to need to talk, collaborate, partner, and just talk to the right people in order to get to your destination. Do not waste anothter minute thinking you will make it all alone. Start being a team player – today!

  1. Problem solver

Ever encountered problems that you left hanging despite their answers present? This is not the habit of a motivated person! Every person who has the determination and motivation to live on to his dreams and grasp that once in a life time chance is a problem solver. Every athlete has the ability to solve his problems and lacking in the field to outrun the opponents.

 

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Success Vs Achievement

Success Vs Achievement

-The Great Debate-

 

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It’s fairly easy for people to confuse success and achievement, or rather to consider them to be the same thing. If you achieve something, you have succeeded; and if you feel successful it means you have a laundry list of things you’ve achieved or acquired to show for it. Right?

 

Wrong.

 

Achievement and success are two, entirely different things. In fact, in many instances, you could arguably have one without the other.

 

Tangible Versus Intangible

 

The first difference between achievement and success is the tangible versus the intangible.

 

When a person has an achievement, it’s something very tangible. It’s a thing they can point to and say “hey, look at what I did.” By contrast, success is more a state of mind. It’s intangible – more a thought or a feeling, of having done something worth while or with value.

 

This very philosophical difference between achievement and success can sometimes entangle people in misunderstanding for years; only to wake up one day and realize that the two are separate, and sometimes success has not truly been attained in spite of a laundry list of achievements.

 

What Versus Why

 

The next very real, and also philosophical, delineation between achievement and success is in the ‘what’ versus the ‘why.’

 

When someone wants to achieve something, it’s always a what. I want to achieve a nice car. I want to achieve a promotion at my job. They are always very specific, as we said tangible, things – making the motivation behind them still very material. ‘WHAT did you want?’ is the question asked after an achievement has been made.

 

But when someone is in it to succeed, it isn’t a matter of what they want, rather why they want it.

 

Why Getting the ‘What’ In Sight of the ‘Why’ Wins

 

To be clear: ‘why’ – or success – does not always win. There are people in this world who never truly know success, in spite of all the tangible achievements and wealth in the world. They may know it, they may not – but all the ‘what’s in the world mean nothing if there is no deeper reason for having done it all.

 

And vice versa: having this feeling of success, of knowing ‘why’ you work towards the goals you work towards means absolutely nothing if you cannot produce a single, tangible thing to show for it.

 

This is why getting the ‘what’ – the achievement – in sight of the ‘why’ – the success – wins. It’s that ability to achieve great things, while at the same time keeping focus on why you are doing any of it, that makes a person a great leader, and a well-rounded individual.

 

So while it may not be a true debate, or disagreement, between success and achievement (after all, how can it be a debate if you want the two to work together, in harmony?); it certainly is important to understand the distinction between the two for the sake of having a balanced philosophy of life and happiness.

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Thoughtful Tuesday #8: How to Be a Problem Solver

Thoughtful Tuesday #8: How to Be a Problem Solver

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Your ability to achieve the things you desire in life is directly proportionate to how well you solve problems for others. Problem solving is one of the most highly valued characteristics you can have as a human being Hone this skill and you reap the benefits of saving time, making impact, generating funds, and executing big ideas. in today’s video ADAMwontLOSE (Adam Ali) shares how to shift your mindset to a more positive way of thinking that allows you to solve problems more effectively.

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Your Success Contract is here

Contract for Success

by: Adam Ali

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Keeping yourself accountable is the single most important key to success in weight loss, fitness, and every meaningful area in your life. Information, research, good intentions – all do nothing in terms of achieving weight loss goals if you do not hold yourself accountable for actually going out and doing it.

 
Personal accountability, and its subsequent success, is so simple, it really involves only two steps.

 

 

Step One: Get People Involved

It may be cliché, but the old wise-man said ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ applies to your own personal weight loss goals as well. Without the support, insight, and encouragement of others, it is easy for you to get stuck in your own echo chamber of negativity and excuses. So the first step to personal accountability is to go public.

Let the right people (family and friends) know about your weight loss or fitness goals and plans. Talk to friends and family about how you are progressing, and when they offer support – take it. Test the waters with friends, family, and even coworkers to see if others would like to get involved in a team challenge, or a group event (such as a marathon run). Some companies will even sponsor group fitness goals, as it greatly decreases their long term health coverage costs. Going public will motivate you, put a little peer pressure on your back, and give you the resources to find drive when you cannot find it within yourself.

 

 

Step Two: Challenge Your Excuse Pattern

Everyone has an excuse pattern. Some have many of them.

 

 

I’m too busy. I can never find time for myself.

I’m not motivated today.

I have too much on my plate. I’ll do it later. I can’t control my time.

You get the point; and while some may seem legitimate at the time, in the grand scheme of things you are truly just allowing your excuses as an easy out.

So the first part of breaking the always-losing pattern of making excuses to ourselves is to decide once and for all that your life, your decisions, and your time are within your control.

 

 

You are not too busy.

You can find time for yourself.

You are choosing to not be motivated.

You are allowing too much to be put on your plate.

You won’t do it later, so decide to do it now. You can control your time. No matter how difficult your circumstances in life may be, this is the hard truth: the only way to succeed is to take personal responsibility for how you live your life. That includes your physical health and fitness, and weight loss plans.

The next part of this is a permanent solution to break your pattern of excuse-making: make a contract with yourself. In the contract, you’ll identify your negative behaviors and what positive changes you are going to make to overcome them.

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It may sound silly, but you should never underestimate the power of putting a commitment to yourself in writing.

Here is your personal success contract, with instructions for each essential part. It doesn’t matter where you write it down, just doing this exercise and throwing it up where you’ll see it most (e.g. gym bag, refrigerator, computer screensaver) will help ensure your weight loss program success.

 

 

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Shifting to this more positive set of thought, and holding yourself accountable for your own actions, is sure to help in your attainment of all your weight loss goals. Best wishes on your journey to success. Feel free to contact us or leave a comment below.


 

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Featured Article: Succeeding in your health and fitness

Featured Article: Succeeding in your health and fitness

Read my featured article in the latest issue of The Boss Mag on pg. 54

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The Success Indicator

The Success Indicator
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This is an awesome infographic I found about successful and unsuccessful people. What do you think? leave a comment.

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You got to keep going – Motivation

Motivation– You got to keep going

The ultimate truth to success

tumblr_lzzd7j79gq1rnvj7xo1_500Motivation: “The one who succeeded was the one who never gave up”

 

This quote is one of my favorite quotes of all times. If you analyze that sentence it unlocks the key to success. By going day by day after your dreams and aspirations you will eventually get there. The problem is that majority of people want instant success and turn back or derail. Day by day you keep going forward and eventually you will achieve.

 

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