On this episode of the Alliance Activity podcast, Andy Albright talks about working to get what you want later by starting now.
Before you can get what you want, you have to think about it and come up with a plan for what it will look like. It starts with a dream, but begins with action.
On this edition of the Activity Call, we revisit a topic Andy Albright covered back in April when he discussed how people can overcome fear and doubt. The best thing about fear is that it is learned and it can be unlearned. The antidote to fear and doubt is courage and confidence.
This episode is all about moving from powerless to powerful!
Most people are held back by fear of failure, poverty, loss, embarrassment and rejection. Fear is the No. 1 mental issue to hold us back.
It is a process to overcome these issues. When you think of a goal, does fear overwhelm you? It’s like a little fire versus a bucket of ice water.
The second mental obstacle closely aligned is self-doubt. We doubt our own ability. We compare ourselves unfavorably to others. Too often people are thinking that other people are …
better than me
smarter than me
more competent than me
They got it all in a little pile and it is perfect and organized.
The bottom line: People think they aren’t good enough or worthy of better.
Inadequate and inferior thinking is not good.
Fear and doubt is learned. Emotion plays a big role in that mindset. Babies are not scared and they are not negative. If you put a snake in a baby’s bed, he does not fear the snake.
The higher our confidence and courage grows, the lower our fears and doubts are. Courage and confidence are developed with knowledge and skill. Most fear and doubt comes from ignorance and feeling of inadequacy. Knowledge and skill comes from doing and learning.
The Alliance calls this “Ready, Fire, Aim!” We have a one sheet available on www.NAAUniversity.com in advanced resources that covers this topic. Do and learn. People learn from attending events, listening to audios and reading books.
Psychologist have a term called “learned helplessness.” Maybe 80 percent of the population say, “I can’t.” Then, they list the reasons why they can’t.
“Whether you think you can or can’t, you are probably right.” Henry Ford
The solution: white sheeting
Small goals and simple plans. Work on them each and every day. You will develop insane courage and confidence. Little by little you history of success will start to add up to bigger achievements. It happens a little bit at a time. You can build up a huge history and grow up some strong overcomers.
Another mental obstacle that creeps in on people is “comfort zone.” Even achievers can become complacent. The comfort zone is a major obstacle in things like ambition, desire, determination and accomplishment.
The first thing to remember is to stay inside the circle of “YOU.” Control the things you can directly control. Don’t worry about your mom, dad, spouse, cousin, etc. Worry about you first. Figure out what you want and draw out a plan to make it a reality.
On this edition of the Alliance Activity podcast, Andy Albright was back in the United States to talk to you about how to sound the siren so that people know you are coming and you mean business.
What you do sets the example for others to follow. It also determines the level of respect you earn from your peers and those you encounter. You typically do what you think about most. If you spend your days focused on being successful then it is likely that you will be successful.
Do you want to be right or rich? Those who take advantage of opportunities are the people who set the credibility bar. Love is given, but respect is earned. The people you spend the most time around will help determine how fast you move and how far you go. They help set your pace and you need to be aware of that.
On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Paul Roberts and Michael Owens lay out how you can win during the next 90 days by playing the whole game from start to finish.
This mindset will help you win The Alliance's #212BoilingPoint contest that runs from NOW until July, heading into Family Reunion in Burlington, N.C.
Play the whole game
Believe you can do it
Make the decision
Be obsessed with success
Give a little more and go all out
Ask yourself this: "How am I going to win the 90-day, Madman Challenge?"
To win one first has to know how to lose!
Focus on activity, never give up, get addicted to winning and believe you can win. Championship teams play the entire game. They don't stop.