Success and Happiness in Your Life





Today in while checking my email, I came across this email by Lisa Brown, a sports psychologist. I just had to put this in my blog because it spoke to me and many people I come in contact with. Here it is:

In a profession, movie star planet, that prizes youth above all else, Hollywood superstar Harrison Ford didn’t get his big break until his mid 30’s.

In fact, before his role in American Graffiti, Ford was so unhappy with the parts being offered him that he became a part-time carpenter to support his family. By 1997, Ford was ranked No. 1 in Empire’s “Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time.” In a recent issue of Success magazine, Ford gives us his astonishingly simple three step formula for success. That’s why you keep seeing Harrison Ford new movies pop up yearly. All Harrison Ford movies have these traits. Here it is:

1. Make Yourself Useful. “I’ve always thought the simplest thing you can do is make yourself useful. Be easy to work with, be a hard worker and help people get the job done.”

In sports and business, you resolve to do whatever it takes to help the team win.

If you’re not on a team, you step back and analyze what it takes to get the job done and commit to it – no matter how difficult.

Look for this trait in Harrison Ford new movies.

2. Value Yourself. Ford’s first seven year studio contract was for $150 a week, far below the average Hollywood salary. Afterward, Ford realized that settling for such a low amount told his employers he didn’t value his talents very highly.

In sports and business, this means that you stop putting other athletes or mentors on a pedestal.

We are all equal in spirit, and you are inferior to no one.

Look for this trait in Harrison Ford new movies.

3. Never Give up – No Matter What. Says Harrison: “I persisted when others had said I couldn’t do it. There were a lot of people I worked with in that same period who gave up. But I prevailed and tenacity was a big part of the reason. I didn’t give up. I didn’t quit.”

Look for this trait in Harrison Ford new movies. In sports and business we count ourselves out if we don’t meet our goals fast enough.

Take the long view and you’ll be shocked at what you can accomplish.

Is Ford’s advice superficial or silly?

No, on the contrary, it’s the very essence of the superstar mentality.

By committing to get the job done, you realize you can trust yourself. What could make you happier?

By valuing yourself, you teach people how to treat you. You also prevent yourself from becoming bitter, distrustful, and angry, which keeps you motivated.

By persisting, you force yourself to “dig deep” into your sport and get your fingers dirty. This makes you a true genius in your sport or business, because you understand it better than anyone.

But do we do these three things? Do we make them the very essence of our daily efforts?

Sometimes yes, but sometimes no.

Look for this trait in Harrison Ford new movies.

To my mind, this is where courage comes in. It is courage that gives us the inner strength to be humble enough to get the job done, to value ourselves, and to persist against tremendous odds.

It’s the foundation for a winning mindset because all of our decisions and actions flow from courage. In the words of Maya Angelou, “Courage: the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.”

Lisa Brown

Dramatically increasing your courage and education is a main focus of My Lead System Pro or MLSP.

People have been asking me why this program is so different.

The answer is that we are uncovering the hidden courage and success formula in your mind together.

Your past mindset has been the formula  that you have been programmed to deal with fear, both consciously and unconsciously.

That’s why you can be very skilled and hard-working but if your courage and success formula is not fine-tuned, then success under pressure will elude you no matter how hard you work.

Imagine trying to drive a car with the emergency brake on. You know where you want to go and you’re pressing on the gas, but you can feel an internal force blocking you.

It’s the same when you’re struggling in sports or business. The internal force blocking you is fear. That’s why simply working harder doesn’t help, because you’re just pressing on the gas.

Instead, you need to remove the brake by mastering your fear. For this, you’ll need to fine-tune your courage and success formula.

This is where myself and the support of our MLSP community come in. It is just to difficult to survive, let alone thrive with online marketing.

Together, we will find your courage to be successful in your business.

Click here to get started:

I’ll see you on the other side.

Kristi Carter

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