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Becoming Limitless

by gold stone (2019-04-17)

Larry Gassin, CPA, is Becoming Limitless Review Co-founder and CEO of Advanced Coaching Solutions and is an author and speaker with over 20 years of experience as a professional business, executive and leadership coach. His passion is pointing people to the power of their potential and helping them reach maximum achievement.He has led his own consulting, tax and accounting firm where he successfully competed against Big 4 and large regional and local firms for new clients - including a high-tech subsidiary of DuPont Corporation - winning the clients' business. He's gained in-depth entrepreneurial experience as the President and CEO of an energy systems technologies company he founded that has done business with customers across the nation.Read the below quote. Does it sound like you, or like someone you know?"I hate the job I'm doing, but I'm good at it. To do what I want to do, I'd have to start over, at zero, and I might fail. Dwelling on failure might make us miserable, but dwelling on success can turn us into galley slaves, bound to our wretched benches by the thought: I hate this, but at least I'm good at it."I hope this isn't you. It was me. I was there, fat, happy, successful. But I wasn't filled up, fired up, with joy, energy and enthusiasm, excited to get up EVERY SINGLE DAY! I used to fall for the "work hard now, or work hard forever" mentality of eventually, you get to a place where you're fat dumb and happy. If you're like I was and trapped in working hard at a job that doesn't elate you, do something RIGHT NOW to get out of there.If you're not doing what you love, each and every day, and you're not taking the steps necessary to get you to where you really want to be, then you are shackled by your own success.In any business, whether it is network marketing or traditional business, we have goals that we want to meet. Well, when you actually state your goals and write them down somewhere you can see them every day, then success is right around the corner. You can be successful by simply changing or even tweaking one or two things in your daily activities to make a world of difference. In order to be successful in business, there must be a set, established model to follow; a system; a model; a plan.The business stays successful and in operation by the workers using this system; setting and meeting their goals (and therefore their team goals and company goals,) and by reflecting on what they have done to make adjustments as needed.