Episode Four – Execute
Ready – Fire – Aim makes since only when you realize that there are three words that move you toward your future, “Do it now.”
The space race to the moon failed 17 times in the decade before we landed Corrections upon corrections had to be made. Conditions were far from perfect in the great depression, and yet some people made it. Earl Nightingale in a Classic Video explained the way to win over the excuse, “I’ll do anything.” Vic Conant in This I Believe shares a personal story about his family. Earl Nightingale continues in Lead the Field to prove the quote, “We become what we think about.” Earl discovered those six words in Think and Grow Rich. Just about the time Earl and Lloyd Conant launched Nightingale Conant, Vic Conant was around 14 and tells the story about meeting Napoleon Hill with his dad in, This I Believe. Jim Rohn in The Art of Exceptional Living spoke of the pull of the future, and the fact that all good will be attacked. Just Because negativity may come at you, Denis Waitley teaches in The Psychology of Winning the difference in ‘try’ and ‘will’. If someone says, “No,” Jim Camp has advice on how to react in The Power of No. Wayne Dyer explained in, How to Be a No Limit Person, why you are your own boss. W. Clement Stone and Napoleon Hill explain why the real winners act and execute activities far beyond the call of duty in by going the extra mile. Roger Dawson teaches how to overcome the fact that sales is getting tougher in Power Negotiating for Salespeople. Zig Ziglar dramatically uses Japan’s reconstruction as an example of goals working when you get into action in Goals. Michael Masterson says if you execute your work you can take advantage of The Seven Years to Seven Figures System. Brian Tracy continues with advice on the 80/20 or the 20/80 to do list. Wayne Dyer in How To Be a No Limit Person spoke about how important it is to act and be in the present moment. Earl Nightingale tells the story of how he made it to the big time through acting with perseverance. Zig Ziglar in Goals said the negative attitude about FEAR defeats goals and keeps people from acting in time. Jim Rohn in The Art of Exceptional Living said all we need to do to get into action on the right path is to ask, and receive. From Lead the Field Earl Nightingale explored the thoughts of great philosophers. Vic Conant in This I Believe tells how Nightingale Conant was formed in 1960 when his dad met Earl and they executed their plan. Earl Nightingale spoke of the great laws toward destiny. Denis Waitley in Seeds of Greatness taught that faith and belief empowers you to grab the brass ring. Earl Nightingale made a significant contribution to personal development in the program Lead the Field when he proves that to get what you want set a reminder to keep you vision in front of you all day every day, the first thing in the morning and the last thing every night.
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