Will You Commit to Being a Champion?

The winner of the NCAA Basketball Tournament will be this year’s National Champion.  All of their players made the commitment to work on their game every day so they could triumph amid March Madness.

All of my Financial Advisor clients (typically people who are already doing well and want to do even better) are required to apply certain prescribed success disciplines daily as part of my coaching program.  (In case you’re wondering, yes — I do them myself each and every morning, including weekends.  I like to say that success never takes a day off.)

This may seem like a lot to take on — a little overwhelming at first glance.  Yet the ones who embrace the challenge are the ones who get the best results.  (No surprise there, huh?)

If I can switch sports for a moment, Vince Lombardi’s quote rings true:  “The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor.”

Question:  Are you willing to take the 15 – 20 minutes a day to practice your success skills?  That’s the commitment to excellence required to be a champion in your field.


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