Finally, I woke up feeling I had my summer cold on the run.Nose and ears were gradually clearing, as was my mind.So, after feeding the pets and sitting down at my desk, I wanted a victory, a win, a breakthrough, or at least an acknowledgement that I'm moving in the right direction.First, I checked to see how my favorite stock is doing, but today, it's more or less a flat-liner, despite the fact that the Dow is up more than 100 points.That's a mystery, and there's no inspiration in that direction, I quickly concluded.Next, I looked at my Ezine articles, that cache of more than 600 little efforts that I've crafted over the last six months, and that did it.
"POP!" you could almost hear a balloon breaking, and the pressure being released.Gazing at all of that productivity, I liked what I saw and I felt good about it.For the first time, really in days, I experienced relief and was egged on to accomplish more.If the need to achieve is building up in you, that's a good sign.
It can be uncomfortable at the moment because you may not have a way of channeling your expanding energy, leading to a sense of frustration, irritation, and general unease.What you need is to find a way to let this bag of expanding motivations "POP!".By this, you should find a way of getting something done, feeling a win, generating a victory, however small. This can be accomplished by looking back at your past wins and appreciating them, or it could be getting to a long delayed item on your procrastination list.
Dr. Gary S. Goodman is the best-selling author of 12 books, over 600 articles, and the creator of numerous audio and video training programs, including "The Law of Large Numbers: How To Make Success Inevitable," published by Nightingale-Conant-a favorite among salespeople and entrepreneurs. For information about booking Gary to speak at your next sales, customer service or business meeting, conference or convention, please address your inquiry to: firstname.lastname@example.org.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.
By: Dr. Gary S. Goodman