Why Model Excellence?

Why Model Excellence?

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Welcome back happy Friday morning to you on the podcast. Today I’m going to continue my main line of thinking, my main line of thought, which is, which I started on the 26th of December. And I said, I’m going to be coming here every day I’m sharing, I’ll be sharing one strategy with you, that’s going to empower you and put you in a position of higher success. Come first of January. That was my goal. And today is again, I’ll be sharing something with you that I think I know for sure. Not thinking I know for sure is going to get you closer to all the success that you want to create for yourself in 2023. So let’s get into this. Today we are talking about modeling excellence. Who doesn’t want to model excellence? I think everybody does. The idea. The idea is that somebody, someone ahead of us has done something that we can model we can follow, we will improvise them, or we will improve, improvise that in our own way. But we have a reference, we have something that acts like a guiding journey to wherever we want to go.
So somebody has already paid the price. Why shouldn’t we model them? Of course, who paid the price who did it. But we do not know that is the pursuit. And that is why I meet people who tell me I haven’t yet found my master haven’t yet found my teacher haven’t yet found somebody who I can connect to whom I could take the lesson or learn from and model I have not found them yet. I hear that people tell me a lot. In principle, the idea is that if you somehow model someone who has already done what you have, what you’re trying to do, that means you’re putting in less effort, and you’re putting in less time, I’m not saying that you are not going to encounter challenges. I’m not saying that you’re not going to face resistance, you will each one of us, we are going to make our mistakes. But then if I’m able to take something that has been done before that I can model that I can see myself in there that I can take and make it my own. And it’s okay, I’m going to put my effort and time in my own way, but then I’m going to put them at a level that is different, I’m not saying less but different. And every time somebody who in every time there is something that I can model, that means I’m accelerating my success.

Now, modeling excellence has also two other elements to it, modeling excellence means that there is some systematic existence of something that can be done. That means, if something has already been done, that means there is a system in place. That’s how to say so, there are the elements of the system or in play. Of course, over time, when more and more people will do the same the system will evolve, but there is some element of the system in place and there are some signs of structure in place, the structure is also visible, even though not entirely, but then there is a system and there is some structure already in play if you want to model now when you are modeling excellence, you are keeping your thoughts in line are your thoughts aligned. And when you keep your thoughts aligned, you are now action-focused, hey, if they can do it, I can also do it and if they can do it this way, why not I also do it that way? So there is a path that is focused, there is an action that is channeled, so amazing. You see, when somebody has already done something, that means you are you can accelerate, then you can see their system, then you can see their structure, then you can get your thoughts and your actions focused. All this is true, but there is something else that’s happening when you model excellence. You can inspire yourself and you elevate your state, and your mental state also, when there is no evidence of something done, it’s easy to get disengaged. It’s easy to get and drop the belief and lose patience and persist. turns in all that so it’s very easy to become a nonbeliever. But if there is evidence of somebody doing something, then the only thing that’s left there is to get inspired. It’s a four-minute mile by Roger Bannister. I think there was 1977 76 Whenever till that point, everybody believed that no, no human can run a four-minute mile. Roger Bannister came and ran the four-minute mile under four minutes, one mile by a human for the first time and thereafter schoolchildren, retired people, people who have recovered from you know, otherwise, you know, from surgeries from diseases. I mean, everybody ran have you know, 10,000 over 100,000 I don’t know what that number is. But everybody and the neighbor has run a four-minute mile. It’s crazy. By the way, my best.

My one-minute mile is seven minutes. Seven minutes. That was in 2015. I never could beat that seven-minute mile. I’m old. You know, that’s the fact. You know, I don’t have the physical strength to do it. But it’s possible that I could have built my strength and could have gone and better that yes, yes. But six-minute mile, five-minute mile, and four-minute mile. In sub four-minute mile sub, you know, three is crazy. What’s happening now? Quickly. Find out who has done what you’re trying to do. Make sure that you model them. And that’s the secret to success. I’m going to stop here today. So you can go. You can enjoy your Friday. But I’ll be back here again as early as tomorrow and December 31. I can’t believe December 31. Unbelievable. Okay. I’ll be here before you know it. Okay, go enjoy. This is the last weekend of the year. And before you open your by the time you open your eyes and by the time you really can sink everything in. We will be in the new year. Go enjoy your Friday. I’ll be with you tomorrow. Stay tuned. Thank you.

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