DMA Portland: How to Create Change

   How to create CHANGE!

1. Raise your standards!
   -What do you currently demand of yourself and what are your current standards?

   -Decide what you will no longer tolerate

   -Change what you demand of yourself

   -Ask yourself what you aspire to become and what standards will it take to achieve your aspiration

   -Put it down on paper!

   -Share this with an accountability partner whether it be your manage, your leader, another leader in your office, a leader from

     another office, and/or significant others – this creates accountability

2. Change your limiting beliefs!
   -What are limiting beliefs?    

   -Identify what obstacles will stand in your way of you achieving your goals    

   -You must develop of sense of certainty that you will meet to hit your new standards

“People are always blaming circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can’t find them, [they] make them.”

-George Bernard Shaw


3. Change your strategy!
   -Find a role model and tap into their knowledge; learn what they’re doing, find out what their core beliefs are, find out how they  

” People know what to do, but few do what they know”
“Making a true decision means committing to achieving a result, and then cutting yourself off from any other possibility”

-Anthony Robbins
“Success is truly the result of good judgment. Good judgment is the result of experience, and experience is often the result of bad


-Anthony Robbins


“I can’t hear what your saying because your actions are so loud”

-Ralph Waldo Emerson
You can accomplish ANYTHING if you…
1). You clearly decide what it is that you’re absolutely committed to ACHIEVING.
2). You are willing to take MASSIVE ACTION.
3). You notice what’s working and what’s not.
4). You continue to change your approach until you achieve what you want.

5). You’re willing to fail and try, try again!

“I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career, I’ve lost more than 300 games, and 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. Throughout my life and career I’ve failed, and failed, and failed again. And, that’s why I succeed.”

–Michael Jordan


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