The Most Important List You'll Ever Make

Who we are and what we believe drives us to our accomplishments and creates the life we live. When we work on who we arena the inside, then what do and have, the outside, gets better. If we focus on our outside, or wants, we become needy and wanting and this will hinder our learning, growing and the improvements need to achieve our best life.

Peak performers make who they are more important that what they do, and what they do becomes amazing. Their normal becomes extraordinary!

You can become a peak perfumer who's normal is amazing to everyone else and the best place to start is by making the most important list you'll ever make...Your 'To Be List'! Do it today don't wait! Try to keep it to no more than 7 to 10 character traits. The traits you are going to make key to who you are. The traits you will not compromise. Then, shift your focus to being these things, instead of what you're going to accomplish and use them as the compass pointing you towards constant improvement. You see, peak perfumers aren't worried about their results, they're too busy focusing on becoming the person they've set our to be! The person who'll natural produce excellent results! 

This list is your most important list because it activates the natural law of accomplishment...Be, Do, Have, and starts a process of learning, growing and improving that will result in making you undeniably excellent! You're going to be taking advantage of this natural law to become your best self! Pick your traits, design who you will be and your results will take care of themselves! Read your list daily, focus on one each day and stop worrying about your results, they'll begin to improve until your new normal is extraordinary!

Here are some of the character traits possessed by peak performers. Analyze your strengths and weaknesses, then make your 'To Be List' and shift focus, energy actions to being the person who'll naturally accomplish amazing results. Remember we are human beings, not humans doing. So make your list and start learning, growing and improving the cause of all your results...You!

Self Discipline
Correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement
Self Control
Restraint exercised over one's own impulses, emotions, or desires
Self Confidence
Confidence in oneself and in one's powers and abilities
Allowing room for error or weakness
Receptive to arguments or ideas
Giving evidence of training or practice
To be concerned about or to the extent of
To commit to another as a trust or responsibility and usually for an expressed reason
Not proud or haughty: not arrogant
Mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty
Actually having the reputed or apparent qualities or character
Marked by a willingness and ability to work with others
Free from fraud or deception
Firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values...Making what you say, and what you do, match
Firm in adherence to promises or in observance of duty:
Implies firm determination to adhere to a cause or purpose
Responsive to sensory stimuli
Marked by the ability or power to
A strong persuasion or belief
Quick to perceive and act
The action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an objectively explicit manner
To persist in a state, enterprise, or undertaking in spite of counterinfluences, opposition, or discouragement
Industrious, diligent
A control over the expression of one's emotions or thoughts
To strive consciously or unconsciously for an objective
The action of taking the first step or move
To allow to be or to be done without prohibition, hindrance, or contradiction: to put up with
Intense or eager interest; zeal
Able to answer for one's conduct and obligations
Characterized by a ready capability to adapt to new, different, or changing requirements
An ardent desire for rank, fame, or power: desire to achieve a particular end
Intense emotional excitement, as rage, enthusiasm, lust, etc; the object of any strong desire

 By Mike Moore

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