Hey it’s Adam.
Mike Tyson used to have a saying,
“Everybody has a plan until you get punched in the face.”
And we all get punched in the face. Life is not easy. We get punched in the face in awful lot.
So the question is how do you respond when you get punched in the face?
Not why do you do things, but how do you respond? What’s the process you use to produce the results after you get knocked in the face?
And is it giving you the results you want?
I have conversations every day with people that are diagnosed with fibromyalgia and they’re told by the doctors it’s chronic. You can’t get better. How do they respond? Some people respond with – hey I’m going to do something to get better regardless of what the doctor says. Other people get angry and say there’s no cure. I’m stuck forever.
Other people lose their jobs. They get medical diagnoses. People leave them. And people say terrible things to them. All kinds of things happen.
We get punched in the face all the time.
How do you respond?
And are you getting the results you want?
Because if you’re not then throw out the old way. It’s Just like a recipe. If you’ll going to make a chocolate cake. And it takes chocolate, milk, flour, sugar and eggs. And you get your chocolate cake. Well if you change an ingredient. If you take out the chocolate and you put in strawberry. You get a much different result. You get a strawberry cake.
So if you’re not getting the results you want, tune in here and see how are doing? What the process after you get hit in the face? What’s the process you use if it’s not what you want – Change it. Change the recipe. Tinker with it and get the results that you want. By tinkering with your strategy or your recipe or your health. A little change goes a long way.
If I can help you send me an email ask Adam@adamheller.com and I’ll help you.
A Little change goes a long way. So when you get punched in the face next time, you’re plan can go forward and you can get the results you want.
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