As a combat pilot, I learned that it’s extremely important to check for damage to the aircraft and identify the kind of repairs needed, as well as review the mission to see what can be better executed the next time.
If you want to make changes in your life – personally, professionally, etc. – you need to take a good look at the “repairs” you need to make within you to make the changes happen.
You can do this by gathering your crew or ask your “wingman” to provide you with real and honest feedback. What are your weaknesses? What improvements can be made? What strengths can you offer and own completely?
Remember that failure is not your final destination – you must keep pushing forward!
To get past the obstacles, use this 4-step plan:
- Avoid making excuses
- Commit to the commitment
- Take action – no matter how minor it may seem
- Review, recharge, and re-attack
A breakthrough mentality creates a breakthrough life. There’s no such thing as a dream out of reach or a goal that’s unobtainable. Turn your aspirations into action and create a path that will get you out of your rut. You’re not stuck; you’re just not moving.
Who needs a runway? Take off from where you are!
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