Choose  what  you  need,  and  choose  what  you  will  trade  for  it. 

Make  moral  decisions.  What  you  desire  is  as  important  as  how  you  intend  to  obtain  it.  Set  up  your  needs,  be  clear  about  what  you  wish  for  and  start  to  work  on  it.  Life’s  challenges  don’t  generally  disappear  unless  and  until  you  determine  enough  is  enough.  The  quicker  the  better.  Be  more  humble  and  grounded.  You  will  only  win  in  life  on  the  off  chance  that  you  assume  you  can. 

You  can’t  overlook  or  discard  your  past,  yet  you  should  not  let  your  past  to  be  in  charge  of  your  destiny.  You  should  accumulate  the  necessary  information  and  develop  from  your  past  disappointments,  dissatisfactions,  and  excruciating  encounters.  Reorganize  your  objectives  and  needs  and  push  ahead.  Begin  today  by  making  moral  decisions  to  loosen  the  chains  that  are  restricting  you. 

To  be  the  most  joyful  of  all  people  you  don’t  really  have  to  have  the  best  of  everything.  Simply  take  advantage  of  everything  that  stumbles  along  your  way.  There  is  always  an  opportunity  around  you.  You  just  have  to  see  it.  Achievement  of  any  goal  is  the  use  of  the  mind  to  produce  an  immediate  result  for  the  good  of  all  concerned,  knowing  you  did  your  best  to  become  plainly  the  best  you  are  fit  and  competent  of  becoming. 

Change  habits:

Firstly,  be  aware  of  the  bad  habits.  Be  determined  to  change  the  bad  habits.  Commit  to  stick  to  your  plan  of  changing  bad  habits.  Initiate  appropriate  action  where  necessary  to  address  poor  performance  or  misconduct.  Develop  a  good  mindset.  Communicate  regularly  with  people  closest  to  you  about  your  behavioral  performance.  Identify  possible  development  needs  on  your  habits.

Make  moral  decisions:

Conduct  research.  Identify  the  problem.  Provide  a  solution.  Commit  to  excellence.  Develop  good  habits.  Speak  to  connect  and  connect  with  openness.

Make  moral  decisions—change  habits:

Believe  you  can  make  it.  Change  bad  habits  to  good  habits.  Focus  on  the  important.  Grow  your  character.  Improve  your  personality.  Inspire  the  people  around  you.

Get the right team

Opening Scripture

Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisors they succeed.         –Proverbs 15 vs. 22


  • You can get everything you want if you help enough others get what they want. – Zig Ziglar
  • The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible. – Arthur C. Clark
  • A man has two names: the one he is born with and the one that he makes for himself.
  • You are what you repeatedly do. Excellence is not an event – it is a habit. – Aristotle
  • The secret of success is learning how to use pain and pleasure instead of having pain and pleasure use you. If you do that, you are in control of your life.  If you don’t, life controls you. – Anthony Robbins


Once the plan has been developed and approved, the team can begin work.  This is the implementation stage.  This stage also includes control; while the plan is being implemented, someone must ensure that the work is progressing according to the plan. 

When deviations from the plan occur, corrective action must be taken to get the project back on track; if this is not possible, the plan must be changed and approved.

  • Identify your productivity patterns.
  • Focus on what you can control.
  • Refine your systems.
  • Overcome procrastination.
  • Establish a routine.


  • Move with purpose.
  • Keep your energy high.
  • Think positively.
  • Create a solid action plan.
  • Focus on your goals.

Key Nuggets

  • Structure your time according to your goals.
  • Take pride in what you do.
  • Overcome procrastination.
  • Keep a To-Do List.
  • Do what requires the most discipline first.


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