Thursday, March 27, 2008

Andy Andrews I Will Persist Without Exception

Andy Andrews Mastering the Seven Decisions
I will persit without exception.

In celebration of the upcoming release of his newest book, Mastering The Seven Decisions, we are revisiting Andy Andrews and the seven decisions that determine personal success from his classic book The Traveler's Gift.

Today we conclude our profile on Andy Andrews with decision number seven: I will persist without exception.
In his book Mastering the Seven Decisions, Andy Andrews says that without the decision to persist, without exception, the other six decisions are meaningless.
Of course, it's the phrase "without exception" that is the key to this principle. Most people decide to persist until they quit ... which is not the same thing as persisting, without exception.
If you have truly decided that you are going to achieve what you set out to do, then you control the rules of the game, and the game is on until you win.
No matter how long it takes.
Without exception.
Anytime that you attempt something that is truly worth having, you are going to encounter obstacles. Most great achievements are difficult; that's part of what makes them great. If it was easy, everyone would be doing it.
Adversity is preparation for greatness.
In Andy Andrews' book Traveler's Gift, David Ponder recieves the seventh decision of personal success from the Archangel Gabriel. "God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing!"
Here's another video from my wealth creation newsletter series in which I reflect specifically on Andy Andrews' seventh decision, I will persist without exception.

Today is the final day of our contest! Remember Inspired Abundance is giving away 5 brand new copies of Andy Andrews new book, Mastering The Seven Decisions. Simply post a comment about the 7 decisions to this blog and you are automatically entered.
I will announce the winners tomorrow.
But I can't just leave it at that. This is such an important decision to make in life that it merits reinforcing. So I have one more video for you. As you watch it, repeat the seventh decision to yourself: I will persist without exception.

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