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Keep Track of Your Results (I).

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"Three key words to remember: weigh, count and measure. Now why weigh, count and measure? To see what your results are from your activity, your attitude and your philosophy

If you find that the results are not to your liking there are only three places to look. Your philosophy needs to be fine-tuned; your attitude needs to be strengthened or your disciplines need extra skill. 
 
But that's it. Activity, attitude and philosophy create results.

Now on results, here is what I teach the kids. Life expects you to make measurable progress in reasonable time. You must be reasonable with time. You can't say to someone every five minutes, how are you doing now? 
 
That's too soon to ask for a count. Guy says "I haven't left the building yet, give me a break!" Now you can't wait five years - that's too long. Too many things can go wrong waiting too long for a count to see how you're doing. 

Here are some good time frames: 

Number one - at the end of the day. You can't let more than a day go by without looking at some things and making progress. Old Testament says - if you are angry, try to solve it before the sun goes down."




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