When  things  get  tough,  adapt  your  performance. 

Anxiety  is  met  and  devastated  with  boldness.  Over  and  over  when  the  operating  your  business  appears  to  be  tough  and  all  opportunities  gone,  you  need  to  have  somewhat  more  strength  and  exert  more  effort  so  that  in  the  end  you  can  definitely  triumph.  Don’t  surrender  your  plans  when  you  are  nearly  close  to  achieving  success. You  will  often  get  triumphant  by  adapting  your  performance,  ultimately,  be  more  audacious  and  adventurous  more  than  you  have  ever  been  at  any  time  in  your  life. 

Achievement  is  by  all  accounts  associated  with  the  ability  to  adapt  your  performance.  To  be  effective  you  need  to  continue  moving;  you  might  commit  errors,  but  you  must  keep  on  keeping  on.  The  key  to  achievement  is  your  ability  to  explore  your  thoughts,  look  forward  to  achievement,  expect  success,  and  get  down  to  business.  Never  find  yourself  sitting  on  brilliant  ideas.  Act  on  them.  To  successfully  adapt  your  performance  you  have  to  continuously  keep  an  open  door  in  your  consciousness  for  new  thoughts  and  ideas. 

How  to  adapt  your  performance:

Gain  new  information  and  ideas.  Question,  and  test  facts  and  assumptions.  Be  inspired  and  motivated.  Improve  your  overall  vision.  Find  new  and  improved  ways  of  accomplishing  your  dreams.  Have  a  helpful  positive  attitude.  Permit  yourself  time  to  listen,  observe  and  reason.  Improve  your  emotions,  thinking  and  communication. 

Provide  a  feed-back  to  your  brain  when  you  achieve  a  goal  e.g.  Say  audible  to  yourself  “It’s  done”.  Adjust  to  the  situation  to  help  yourself  gain  a  deeper  perspective  and  understanding  about  the  depth  of  the  challenge,  so  as  to  render  an  effective  solution.  Create  better  understanding  of  the  two  sides  of  your  goals:  the  upside  and  the  downside.

As  you  adapt  your  performance  you:

Gain  new  ideas.  Always  question  any  assumptions  that  lack  adequate  backup  information.  Be  inspired.    Improve  your  thinking.  Stay  motivated.  Find  new  ways  of  doing  things.  Improve  your  emotional  intelligence.  Adjust  to  the  requirements  of  the  situation.

You  adapt  your  performance  when  you:

Ask  the  right  questions.  Improve  your  performance.  Adjust  your  daily  habits  to  increase  your  performance.  Create  lasting  solutions.  Find  better  and  easier  ways  of  doing  things.  Test  and  implement  your  objectives. 

 Your focus will be proportionate to your insight

Opening Scripture

Apply your heart to instruction and your ears to words of knowledge. –Proverbs 23 vs. 12


  1. The trouble with many plans is that they are based on the way things are now. To be successful, your personal plan must focus on what you want, not what you have. Nido Qubein
  • Success isn’t magic or hocus-pocus- it’s simply learning how to focus. – Jack Canfield
  • The happiest life is that which consistently exercises and educates what is best in us. – Philip G. Hamerton
  • Discovery lies in seeing what everyone sees, but thinking what know one has thought.
  • Life is built of the things we do. The only constructive material is positive action.


Demonstrate determination by exercising your insight and expecting good things in life. By dealing with a problem earlier rather than later, it is easier to maintain your focus, objectivity and self-discipline. To avert the problem from escalating avoid annoyance, anxiety, and misinformation.

Develop these five facets of insight and focus in each stage of your life:

  1. Moral: 

-Internalization of spiritual, professional and personal values that result in the knowledge, integrity, and awareness to self-assess the moral-ethical aspects of every situation and the personal courage to take appropriate action regardless of consequences.

  • Performance: 

-The sense of duty, resilience, and grit necessary to accomplish the mission and get results.  

  • Love: 

-The empathy, loyalty, respect, and humility that enables an individual to treat others with dignity and display selflessness.

  • Leadership: 

-The ability to inspire and develop others while establishing a safe, positive climate where everyone thrives while achieving tangible results.

  • Social: 

-The ability to act with the proper professional good manners in all professional, social, and spiritual (e.g. church) environments.


  • Display resilience to get results
  • Have empathy, loyalty, respect, and humility for others
  • Inspire and develop others
  • Act with dignity in all your endeavors

Key Nuggets

  • Knowledge,
  • Integrity, and
  • Awareness,
  • Empathy,
  • Loyalty,
  • Respect, and
  • Humility.


I am focusing my time, effort, energies, and resources only on projects, opportunities, and people that give me a huge reward for my efforts.

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