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Daily Reflections - When I start a new venture, I focus on progress

Published on 7/12/2018
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When I start a
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When I start a new venture, I focus on progress

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  When I operate with my attention on moving forward, I am more likely to achieve success.

  I avoid getting bogged down by the chaos of planning and preparing for future projects. I keep my mind free of frustration, by focusing on the end result. Tunnel vision has its place in these scenarios.

  Instead of getting involved in many ventures at once, I work towards one at a time. This approach allows me to commit my undivided attention and energy.

  Any project worth getting involved in is worth being carried out thoroughly. My resources are used most effectively, when I channel them in one direction. I am less tired along the journey to launching ventures, because I avoid spreading myself too thin.

  My past ventures provide valuable experience for future ones, but I avoid dwelling on them. I take the lesson that they provide, and move on.

  I sometimes doubt my ability to drive a successful project, because of the outcome of past ones. But that doubt is short-lived, because I know that each project is different from the next. I sharpen my skills, and keep moving forward.

  Today, with my head high and eyes sharply focused, I walk bravely into new ventures. I keep my mind on the goal, and use expectation of achievement to fuel my daily walk towards it. My abilities and confidence drive my action.  


Ask yourself these Self-Reflection Questions:

1. What are some strategies I use to block out doubt and negativity?

2. Where do I look for assistance with project planning?

3. What are some lessons I take with me from past unsuccessful ventures?


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