Setting yourself up to succeed
When you read the following sentence: “I was framed,” what do you imagine?
Something criminal going on, right? There’s this poor guy going about his business, when all of a sudden, he’s taken in by the authorities because all the evidence points to him as the perpetrator of a crime. Exciting to watch on TV, but nothing you’d want to go through in real life…
Or would you, if it means success?
We’re not advocating criminal acts here. We’re just asking you to think of frames differently.
- Picture frames showcase and pull attention to the picture they hold.
- A framework makes the support for something, a structure, an outline.
- To re-frame something means to present it from a different perspective.
So setting yourself up –to win, to accomplish things, to get done what you want to get done, mind you– shouldn’t be that hard to wrap your brain around, right?
- You act and provide reliable evidence to prove that you were responsible for getting something done.
- Do that repeatedly, you establish a pattern.
- Build reliable patterns, you have a framework of positive habits that support you on your way to your goals.
- Build the strong internal structure to support you in you choices. Make the external changes to manifest your will. Frame yourself to succeed. It sounds a little clunky, but can you dig it?