The one question you should ask for a more successful life

The one question you should ask for a more successful life

Today I want to teach you a technique that will ensure your success in life.

Yes, I know it’s a big bold statement … But I stand behind it, and soon you’ll understand why.

I want to present you with a “hard” daily question, the answer to which, but more importantly, its application; will bring you the most success in every area of ​​life.

Here’s the question:

What is the hardest \ most challenging thing that I can do right now that can somehow advance me the most towards my goals?

We just don’t ask ourselves this question, and ignore it as much as possible, because … it’s hard, it’s uncomfortable … it’s not pleasant.

We typically automatically access the following two default questions:

“What is the easiest thing for me to do right now to promote me?” Which is a good question that completes the question is very important (about the difficult things).

“What is the easiest thing (generally) I can do right now?” The answer to which is usually “do nothing,” or “rest,” or “go around the mall” or “call a friend and talk to them for two hours on the phone.”

The most difficult thing to do, which we know can advance us the most is something that we reject until another future that never comes.

That’s why so many of us are stuck in place and are not making any progress. Because we avoid doing the “difficult” things that are unpleasant for us.

The big difference between successful and unsuccessful people is that successful people are willing to do the things that other people are not willing to do.

And that means accessing the hardest things for them, and applying them first. They know that the hardest and unpleasant things for them are the things that will advance them as fast as they want to go and that is why they will put them on top of their list. You know this to be true.

For example – those that want to lose weight and return to better health … The hardest thing is to change your eating habits and start exercising.

And those who do this difficult thing, are slim and healthy … It’s checked, proven countless times. Others will postpone these tasks to a tomorrow that never comes.

The same is true for people with financial obligations.

The most difficult thing for them is to change their habits and reduce spending to a standard of living in which they spend less than what they put in and keep the change in savings or investments in future growth.

This is the hardest thing for them, but it’s also the thing that will advance them as fast as possible towards their goal. This is the thing that will save them down the road … and as fast as possible.

Sometimes the most “hard” and the most advanced thing is just one phone call … one phone call away!!

“The most difficult thing” that will advance us the fastest, exists in every area of ​​life.

Anyone who wants to join the success circle in every field … must answer that question on a daily basis:

  • What is the hardest thing for me to do now that can advance me the most in my career?
  • What is the hardest thing for me to do now that can advance me the most in my relationship?
  • What is the hardest thing for me to do now that can advance me the most in my physical health?
  • What is the hardest thing for me to do now that can advance me the most in my spiritual path?

It takes courage to ask this question, and even more courage to implement the answer, but with daily practice it gets easier and easier.

And that’s why success seems to be “easy” when you look at successful people.

Because with time the application of “hard” things becomes easy for them, their second nature, it simply flows.

And this is the work that needs to be done to succeed.

To start doing the hard things every day that can advance us most toward our goals and dreams. Towards our great success.

Here are the three practical steps I suggest you do now, even if it is just for fun…

  1. Make a list of difficult things (in order of difficulty) in any area you wish to succeed in, so that you will have this list every morning (and all day) before your eyes. It can be your money, career, relationships, family issues, habits, attachments, addictions and many more.
  2. Choose just one thing from that list that can advance you most toward one of your goals … and do it now. * If you liked it and it was easier than you thought it would be … keep doing the whole list.
  3. Repeat section 1 and 2 every day, and your success is guaranteed.