Tuesday, April 3, 2012

How to Create Wealth - Be a Pit Bull

Have you ever heard the term that someone is acting like a dog with a bone ? Or have you ever seen a pit bull let go of anything without a fight ?

Well, we could all be a little bit more like that pit bull or a dog with a bone in general.



What Does That Mean


What I am trying to say is that whatever may be standing in your way to achieving a goal find a way around it, through it, over it or under it. Don't let it get in the way of where you want to be.

All challenging obstacles can be overcome if you are determined enough to find a way. If at first you don't succeed, try and try and try and try and try again. I think you get the point . Never give up.

You must focus on what you want to achieve and chew on it (like the bone) until you have achieved the results you want.

Avoid Distractions


Do not let someone, including yourself, distract you from your desired goal. Do not settle on a lesser goal just because it is easier to achieve. If you do, you will never be sure if your original goal was obtainable, because you simply gave up on it.

Focus on your desired goals and never give up. You may find that you become very creative and develop new methods to achieve the results you want.

The Worst Thing You Can Do 


The very worst thing that you can ever do is give up on your dreams and goals. Your dreams are what define you and your goals are what make you. Never give up on yourself because you are worth every ounce of blood sweat and tears you will need to shed to achieve your goals. Don't let all that effort go to waste.

Be A Pit Bull


Imagine yourself to be like a pit bull, grasping something in your vice like  jaws. You will never let go of it until you have used up every ounce of your body's energy. Even then, you will still find a way to hang on.

No matter where someone tries to pull you , hang onto your goals and never let go. It will truly lead you to the path of greatness.

As always, I welcome your comments and suggestions for future topics.

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