Lead with Your Thoughts
It’s not what you do, it’s why you do it that matters.
The reason you do something is the result of your thoughts, beliefs, and feelings.
You can’t fake it.
If you want to go to the gym because you hate the way you feel or don’t want to be out of shape, you will not have the same level of success as when you go because you love the way you feel and you enjoy being fit.
Focusing on what you want rather than what you don’t want will bring you more of what you want.
Embarking on a project knowing you will succeed will more likely lead to success. Likewise, starting off focusing on your fear of failure will more likely lead to the failure you fear.
Your thoughts, beliefs, and feelings are out in front; leading the way and bringing people and experiences to you.