Want to change your life?
Everybody does, but most aren’t willing to do what it takes. Scores of books have been written on how to do it, but Tony Robbins sums it up in 3 steps.
Tony Robbins On How To Create Lasting Change
1. Raise Your Standards
For your life to change, you need to change.
If you don’t like your circumstances, you can’t continue doing the same thing. You’ve got to be better.
When I was younger, I had a bad habit of being late. I wasn’t lazy, and I would get the job done, but I was constantly late. Back when I used to work at a job, in my late teens, I’d get nasty looks from my employers when I would stroll in late.
Later on, when I sold financial services, I would go on appointments, and when I was running late, I’d call up the client telling them I’m stuck in traffic or something. In fact, I would set an appointment for 7 to 7:15, to give myself a window so that I can be late. How ridiculous is that?
But at some point down the road, I realized that if I want to be great, I can’t be always late for things. I had to change this habit.
What habits do you have that you may want to start changing to raise your standards, to become the person you want to become?
2. Change Your Limiting Beliefs
Tony Robbins says… If you change your standards but don’t really believe you can meet them, you’ve already sabotaged yourself. You won’t even try.
Beliefs drive everything in your life. Beliefs are the lens through which you see the world and what you can do in it. They affect everything you say, think, feel and do.
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.”
If you want to make a Million Dollars, and don’t believe that it’s possible for you, you’ll never do it. Sure you can set a long-term goal of doing that, but without short-term more believable goals, it’ll just be a wish.
Empowering beliefs are the fuel that drive you towards change and success. Without them, taking action on the things you need to do will seem like an insurmountable task.
3. Change Your Strategy
If what you’ve been doing hasn’t produced the results you would like to see, change what you’re doing.
Failure is a fantastic feedback mechanism. When you fail to get the results you want, it’s feedback that you need to change course in your direction.
As long as you have a clear goal of what you want, the belief that you can achieve it, and the willingness to change and do what it takes… finding the right strategy to get you there is just a matter of trying different ways, until you find the one that works.
So, what do you want to change in your life?
1. Identify the area you want to create the change.
2. What habits are holding you back from achieving what you want?
3. Are you willing to change those habits and when?
4. What limiting beliefs do you have that are sabotaging your success?
5. What short-term believable goal do you need to set and achieve in order to beef up your belief system about what you can do?
6. What action steps are you willing to implement on a regular basis to accomplish that goal?
Most people know what to do, but very few do it. Taking action is key!
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