I’m sorry, but again, patience is not my strongest suit. I am more interested in realizing results now. I want to know I am making progress and not sit by the sidelines like a spectator in my own life, hoping I’ll attract good things.

I believe life is a combination of planning, learning and implementing. The results are a culmination of all three.

When we plan out where we are going, such as a road trip, we might use a map and decide where we are going, how we are going to get there, what stops we might make along the way and how long it will take.

In fact, I’ve heard people typically spend more time planning their vacations than planning their life goals.

Brian Tracy was the first person I heard say “Those who fail to plan, plan to fail.”

Well, failure is subjective. What might look like failure to one person is someone else’s ideal success. A great example is a man I met in Los Angles in 2000. His life long goal at that point was to make a hundred thousand a year. Then one day a multi millionaire asked him why he was limiting himself.