Trajectory Manifestation Review
"The truth of the matter is that there's nothing you can't accomplish if: (1) You clearly decide what it is that you're absolutely committed to achieving, (2) You're willing to take massive action, (3) You notice what's working or not, and (4) You continue to change your approach until you achieve what you want, using whatever life gives you along the way." - Anthony Robbins To succeed at anything, obstacles have to be surmounted, lack of resources has to be overcome and people have to be influenced. In order to accomplish that, the efforts displayed have to be proportional to the challenge. One of the primary causes of failures is failing to correctly assess the required efforts needed to reach the objective. We tend to underestimate what it will take to reach the brass ring. We also tend to look at those that we consider be successes and be amazed at how easy it was for them. One of the reason for that is that we see what we want to see rather than take the time to dig and find out what the truth is. We fall prey to the Pollyanna principle; that is, we tend to have positive bias. We tend to highlight the positive sides and downplay the negative aspects. The reality is that there are very few overnight successes. Success is like a beautiful, elusive and capricious woman. It has to be intensively pursued before it can we won. If success were as easy to attain, as some gurus would like you to believe, almost everyone would be a resounding success. Success is the logical outcome of adequate planning, realistic objectives and a solid commitment to leave no stone unturned until the objective is achieved. That is where the magic of massive action comes in. Massive action implies that whatever barrier and every obstacle that stand in the way of completion of the objective will be assailed with irresistible force until it falls. Massive action is the offspring of an irrevocable determination; it is the result of being willing and ready to put forth whatever ethical effort necessary to achieve success. The problem with massive action it that is has a bad connotation. It seems to imply all work and no play. That could not be further away from the truth. In order to achieve great success, the work and efforts required have to create passion and it has to be fun. Unless the work involved contains its own reward, long lasting success would be next to impossible. True success requires total commitment. Something that would be impossible to achieve with the ambivalent attitude of someone who's only interested is the result and is not passionate about the process to get there. Massive action requires passion. It requires the passion that will allow the professional athlete to break the pain barrier and give his all at each performance. The passion that will sustain the entrepreneur who has just lost everything and find the wherewithal to turn around and start all over again.
About the Author
To succeed at work Trajectory Manifestation requires adopting the mindset not only of bullfighters, but of good card players. Like them, you play not for occasional fits of excitement, but to survive. This requires that you give long-range thinking priority in your mind, and that you never perceive a current gain that will be trailed by a long-term loss to be acceptable or even attractive.