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You too can become an Achiever!

You too can become an Achiever!

What does it take to become an achiever? Simply, achieving your goals!

The single biggest determining factor of an achiever & a non-achiever is "Attention"

Achievers know how... 

To direct their attention to goal related activities and how... 

To withdraw their attention from non-goal activities!

Questions achievers ask themselves are...

In a given week where is my attention going to?? Am I habitually obsessing over my goals?

Deliberately put your attention in your goals. 

Even, during short spare times, visualize yourself taking action steps instead of checking your phone!

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Determining factor of your quality of life!

Attention with good energy & focus is one of the most scarce resources.

In a given time period, there are competing interests, externally & internally, which require attention

However, among all these activities, there is a voice which yearns for the attention related to your goals in order to live a life of meaning & purpose.

If you starve this part of attention, it will pay you with low motivation, low self-esteem & general scarcity of resources.

However, if you give the required attention, you will be rewarded with high energy, abundance & sense of purpose.

Ultimately, its your choice!

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