It’s the time of year to set objectives, commitments and goals. And, if we’re not careful, this turns into a trap of thinking, “We’ll be great when…


…we get there.

…the economy works in our favor.

…we deliver our promised results.”


Of course, scheduling greatness (“…we’ll be great when…” is like scheduling your meals: If you don’t put it on your calendar, you’ll forget to eat. That’s crazy. You eat because you’re hungry – or because you’ve conditioned yourself to eat.)


That’s the trick with being great. Too many people think it’s an outcome, an effect variable, so they try to schedule when they’ll be great. (Then it’s too late.) Greatness (as an expression of realizing potential) is much more potent as a cause variable, as a resource. “We’ll be great now…


…so we get there.

…so the economy works in our favor.

…so we can deliver our results better and faster.”


Greatness is a mindset, a choice in our focus, and the ability to act upon that focus. Greatness is not something you go get – it’s something you deliver.


Rather than waiting for the conditions to be right, be great spontaneously. (And if you forget, schedule your reminder.)


We’re scheduling a spontaneous book release this month. On Monday, January 23, Degrees of Strength: The Innovative Technique to Accelerate Greatness hits the shelves. Only our A-Team members have access to read a SPECIAL Behind-the-Scenes “Degrees of Strength: A Journey” by author, Craig Ross. Join the A-Team by Jan 11 to read this rich, personal account from Craig and learn about his life-changing introduction to Steve Vannoy. CLICK HERE for FREE ACCESS. (If you’re already on the A-Team, no need to sign up again, we’ll send it directly to your inbox).


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