Category Archives: Focus

Lessons From A Navy Pilot: 3 Things You MUST Have to Succeed In Any Situation

Are you allowing the single MOST important aspect of your success to take you down a path you don’t want to go? Are you pointed in the right direction in your career and life? What is the one thing you may be obsessing over…that truly is less important that you may think?

I’m thrilled to present to you the following call I did that addresses all of this and more.

Recently, I conducted a call on my weekly podcast, The High-Altitude Mentorship Show where I described the 3 things you MUST focus on in order to side-step resistance and accomplish your missions in business and life. Here is the recording of that show:

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Here’s a brief synopsis:
1. Like any great pilot, the ONE thing you have 100% control over is your ATTITUDE. Where is your attitude relative to your dream?
2. In order to arrive at the destination YOU chose, you have to chart the appropriate HEADING. Are you flying a heading that is pointing you at your ideal life? Oftentimes, we have less control over this (as I describe during the call) than we do over our attitude.
3. And finally, it comes down to AIRSPEED. Interestingly, we have less control over this aspect than we do over the other two, yet we obsess over this more than any other thing. Learn how to manage your expectations and take better action to get the results you want and deserve.

Listen in as I give you some tangible, real-world strategies for managing these and creating massive momentum in your business and life. And, as always, I look forward to your comments!

Fly High, Fly Fast, Fly Far.

PS: Stay tuned for some big and very cool news about some great stuff coming down the pike for the High-Altitude Community!

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