The Terminator wants to teach you a lesson
Anyone who watched the very first terminator movie has to remember the part where the soldier from the future, Kyle Reese, tells the frightened and near hysterical Sarah Connor about the cyborg killing machine that was sent back in time to terminate her.
You gotta be familiar with this quote:
Kyle Reese: listen, and understand.
That Terminator is out there.
It can’t be bargained with.
It can’t be reasoned with.
It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear.
And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.
Pretty gruesome, huh?
So what does this have to do with success?
Simple. The terminator was created for one thing and one thing only:
To kill its target. No more, no less
Watch the movie and you’ll see how absolutely relentless the cyborg was in following its programming, even to the point where it was destroyed while attempting to complete its mission.
How can you accomplish success?
Try programming yourself.
For one thing, and one thing only:
Whatever you constantly tell yourself and believe, you’ll eventually act upon.
It’s called affirmation.
Doesn’t understand excuses.
Doesn’t let negative input/environment stop him/her.
Doesn’t allow limits or shortcomings to get in the way.
Will learn the skills they need to get closer to their goal.
Will not stop…
Until they succeed.
You are a relentless, unwavering, Goal-oriented success machine, with the primary directive to:
Be the best you can be at life.
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