Thursday, April 26, 2012


How can you develop a self-concept linked to your untapped potential? First, you can decide on the kind of life you would like to lead in ten or fifteen years. This will give you a standard for making decisions about current activities and will reduce the inclination to compare yourself unfavorably to others. Learn to ask, "How would I handle this situation were I the person I hope to become?" And then take action in line with your vision.

If an activity has no relationship to your vision, you may realize that you don't want to choose it. Would the person that you want to be take on those extra tasks, drive a particular automobile, engage in particular business practices? Defining your vision will minimize your indecision in making choices about matters unrelated to your goals.

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