Thursday, July 3, 2014

What is Excellence?

Excellence Word and chalkboard Have you ever thought about what your life would be like if you pursued excellence every day? If you woke up every morning knowing that you were 100-percent, all-out committed to being the best in all aspects of your life? I'm not talking about giving something your best effort or even your personal best. I'm talking about being the best, selling out to that completely and not settling for  anything less. For this you need to have a fire inside you to be the best and get up every day willing to do what it takes to reach your goal. This is an invitation to find your voice and leave a mark in the world; an invitation to surpass the average and aim for higher levels of excellence; an invitation to tap into your talents more deeply than before and turn yourself into a radiating powerhouse. It is time to live your purpose in life and share your unique, beautiful gifts with all other beings. To have the resolve to have excellence, you have to want it and need to have the zeal to make this change in your life. Achieving Excellence is not an easy journey, in fact it is a journey filled with many barriers and obstacles.

In essence, excellence is becoming the center of your own universe, and from that grounded, centered position, shining your light into the world by using your unique talents. You will need to identify your values and learn how to make the right choices in your life. You will need to know what truly matters to you and focus your energy on what you value most in life. Living a life of excellence takes effort, but at the same time is rewarding and gives you energy so that you can keep up your work. Some people are content to make a nice living, spend time with their families, do good work for others and live quietly. But if you want to live life out loud and commit yourself to have excellence in every way that takes the ultimate in personal dedication, sacrifice and self-examination. I would like to invite you to excel in those fields where you really can make a difference, so that when you move on, you shall have left behind a better world for those who follow.

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