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If you're going to be thinking...

If you're going to be thinking...



"I like thinking big. If you're going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big." Donald Trump


We've all heard the age old adage,"If you're going to do something, do it right the first time." 


The whole premise behind this thought process is if you barely complete a task you'll have to redo the job and it'll actually require more resources to complete it correctly. In this case (and most others), it's advantageous to do your best on the first try. In reality, it actually costs you to do "half assed" work..

Makes sense right?

With that said, the same reasoning can be applied to thinking. 

That's right.

Your thoughts. 

Only, if you don't think big it costs you more than a little time or resources. It may cost you a life. The life YOU want to live. The life YOU dream about. The life YOU talked about as children. The life YOU and your friends talk about getting. The life where...well, you get it..

If you're going to think, thing big. This is the one thing in your life you have absolute control over!  You can think anything you want! Your life can be a big or a small as you can make...or think it! 

I'll encourage you to take the lid off of your thoughts. The only thing that stands between what you have and what you want is are those thoughts. Thoughts control your actions and your actions control your outcomes, therefore thoughts control your outcomes. I truly believe what you think about you bring about. In my experiences, thoughts certainly become things. 

Want bigger or better results? Think bigger!

Society wants you to think "inside the box" so they can control you and your ambitions. You aren't designed to be average or controlled. You're powerful beyond measure. Use your thinking to unleash your dreams.

 Let's get to work...


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