Lou Ludwig Success Tips: May 2014

Do What’s Important . . . . Today

 

Do What’s Important . . . . Today

“What I do today is important because I am paying a day

of my life for it. What I accomplish must be

worthwhile because the price is high.”

Author unknown

 

As I see it. . . . . . . .

 

Do what’s important . . . . Today  

 

Make the most of today . . . . because it will only be here for a precious 24 hours. Today will come your way one time . . . . and one time only. How you use your today will determine what the value of your day will contribute to you future and future success.

 

How today impacts your future will be founded in the choices and decisions you make today.

 

Today represents 24 hours of your life . . . . and those 24 hours is a payment for your future. When your day is productive you are paying in advance for your future success.

 

The price of a wasted day is enormous. As the 24 hours of a wasted day passes it will return little or no value to you for the day. A string of wasted days create a downward spiral until the person finds themselves standing in a deep hole and seeing no apparent way out.

 

What you do today paves the way for my success journey . . . . and your future success.

 

Make the most of your day . . . . because the price is a day of your life

 

Maximize your day . . . . and your activities, as what you do today will positively impact your future. 

 

Do what’s important . . . . Today. . . . Your today will have a positive impact your future . . . . and those choices will determine the way you live your life.

 

©2011 Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comment balloon 9 commentsLou Ludwig • May 30 2014 08:13PM
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