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Becoming Your Best Self - The Ultimate Success Formula (Plus 1)

The following success formula is the 4-step process from Anthony Robbin's book, Unlimited Power, along with my clarification of each step. This is one of those 'simple but not necessarily easy' strategies. Also, I believe there is a step in between Tony's 1 and 2, so I've added it!

Know your outcome. You can't get to your destination if you have no clue where it is. The vital first step is deciding what you want, what your goals actually are. It's much easier to work towards something when you hold a vision of it in your head.

Define the steps necessary to get the desired outcome. Once you know what you are going for, figure out what steps you need to take to get there. There is delicate balance you want to maintain in creating these steps. You don't want them too large so that they are so vague you can't really work them. You also don't want them so detailed that you feel overwhelmed before you even start. What you do want is actionable steps that you can take. You may break them down into smaller steps once you are at that level. Also, remember that your plan is a fluid one!

Get yourself to take action. Once you know what you are going after, and you have defined a tentative action plan to achieve that goal, the next --- and most important --- step is to start taking action towards your goal. Use your action plan as your road map, taking positive action in the direction you want to go. Taking action is critical to your ultimate success.

Notice the Results You Are Getting. As you work through your action plan, pay attention to what's going on. Does the completion of a step feel like it is taking you closer or further away from your goal? Are you getting nudged by the Universe to go in a different direction? Sometimes, we plan our 'to do' list and conscientiously tick off each item as it gets accomplished without stepping back and seeing the bigger picture. Are we getting the results we expected? Paying attention to the results of our actions is critical.

Change Your Approach If You Aren't Getting the Results You Want. If what you are doing is not working, then STOP doing it! If you continue to do that action because "it's on my list", that's certainly a choice you get to make. However, be very clear that continuing to do something and expecting a different result is the definition of 'craziness'. While you want to give it a good shot, know when it's time to go back to the drawing board. By the way, going back to the drawing board is NOT quitting, nor is it failure. You are just updating your plan with the new information you have gained through research and experience.