Choose granddaddy WOL successful!


I’m sure everyone has heard the old adage that the early bird gets the worm, right? It sounds simple enough … Get up early and we get whatever we want, right? Well, it may not be the first thing is that the mill simple … Thinking about this, here’s another question I want us to consider. Is this old adage about the early bird really just take what we want, or it can also be about something else too that many of us may be missing, without even noticing it? Hmm …

Well, guess what? The saying early bird probably also about something more than just getting up early to get about that we want. I assume that it’s about beating other people out and get first dibs on what we want. This is not the first-comer for getting up early once in a while … The first one to reach more about creating a lifestyle where it’s normal to get up early. It is a way of life where we are not just trying to stuff ‘being’, but we are trying things ‘done’. He was about to do–getting constant extra work that will eventually turn us into people who are high-quality operators and donors with many opportunities before us, instead it is shortsighted and takers with only short-term goals, and opportunities in front of them small.

In addition, I would have to also say that the early bird says even goes further than just getting up early every day to do additional work. The expression ‘early bird also touches on a consistent and deliberate improvement endless. Many of my readers and students regularly already know I call this concept of never-ending self-improvement by the acronym of candidate can C onstant A f n never-ending D eliberate to mprovement.

Now teenagers, go learn, lead, and set the way to a better world for all of us. Remember granddaddy successful because of the lifestyle he chose to live. We can also choose the winning lifestyle. And once again, thanks in advance for all that you do and all that you do …