G.U.T.S. (5) Goals Utilize The Strengths –

 G.U.T.S. (5) Goals Utilize The Strengths –

 A healthy outlook will promote a healthy

 inlook. Act right to  feel right. Aim for

something good. To hit the target, aim

for the bullseye.  Aim for the very essence

of that which you wish to achieve.

     Aim for the periphery and you will miss. You have to aim dead 

center to hit your goal.  Even then, adjustments of equipment &

coordination must be made. But if you don’t aim for the exact

essence of what you want to achieve. You are just taking a random

shot. Don’t take pot shots.

     Be true to your target.  You are not likely to wind up on the right

track; starting on the wrong one.  If you roll a ball down the steps,

it tends to go sideways, not straighten itself out. So start true. Be

the very thing that you want to attain. If you are what you pursue,

then staying true to the course will be easier. It is not practice that

makes perfect; but perfect practice that makes perfect. Start in

the right direction.

     Also, few are the times that we truly have to start from

scratch. Most times, we have assets that we can use to reach our

next targets.  But oftentimes, we show up at the ball field, without

our glove. Meaning that we do not utilize the strengths we already

own.  Before mapping out a new battle plan; do an inventory of

steps that you have already taken and developments that you have

already gained.  Utilize the advantages of your previous experience,

in your next plan of action. Harness the strengths you already have.

It really is foolish to re-invent the wheel.

     Meditate on these words. They are strong and will help

you be better. ………………………..Goals Utilize The Strengths.

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About timothygrantcarter

Inspirational Speaker, Sales Trainer, Quaker Minister. Entrepreneur, Outdoorsman and Shotokan NiDan. . Visionary; Maker of original sayings, slogans and giver of spiritual help. "If God has a pulse, then I can feel it."
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