Dream Big… but start small.

Dream Big.

You don’t get passionate about daily chores like taking out the garbage, do you?

You need a bigger vision. A bigger goal.
A destination that promises incredible rewards, experiences and personal fulfillment.

There’s nothing wrong with that, is there?

But why isn’t everyone achieving their BIG DREAMS immediately?

Bee-HAG it:
By definition, a really Big Hairy Audacious Goal (“BHAG” as author Jim Collins and Jerry Poiras called it in their book, “Built To Last”) is like an island or a mountaintop. No easy way to get there.

It isn’t until you have identified or outlined the path to your BIG DREAM that the real journey can begin.

Passion & Path:
If you don’t have a passionate goal… and a view of the path to your goal… it is very easy to fall into an EASY life.

In America, it is actually TOO easy. You can eat yourself to death with all the excellent and tasty food that is easily available in America.

Discipline = Progress
Success requires discipline. Making the choices that may not be comfortable… but the ones that move you towards your goal.

Tony Robbins defines that Fulfillment as the act of PROGRESS towards a goal. Progress requires discipline to follow the path to your goal.

And progress starts small. VERY small. Insignificantly small.

How long?
Start small and build your discipline until … well until you die. Once you experience the feeling of progress you won’t want to stop at your initial goal… you will reach for bigger and bigger goals!

How Small?
If starting small is so powerful, what is the smallest unit of action?

It is your “rituals” or “habits”. Here is a good post on how to improve your rituals. Tony Robbins calls it “NET” time for “No Extra Time” !

For today…

Today is the day to DREAM BIG

… and Start small.

Start here.

Start NOW.
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