Finishing What You Start

SuccessIf you want to see what you’re made of, take a moment to make a list of the Unfinished Business in your midst.

Now, take total and complete Responsibility for the Results, or lack thereof.

The natural (or is it?) Reaction (versus Response) would be to defend, justify and maintain Mediocrity and Victim.

Leaving the StartImagine not having that luxury.

The Freedom you can experience when not letting “Story” run you opens up Possibilities to complete, on a consistent basis, what you have started.

If you aspire to be a role-model, it’s now time to pay attention to Finishing What you Start.

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