You “all in”?


Today, I have a question for you:

Are you “all in”?

This is one of my favorite quotes:

Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation) there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too.

All sorts of things occur to help one that would not otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favour all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance which no man would have dreamed would come his way.

“All in” is a decision.

It’s a 100% commitment to your dreams.

Most people are waiting for something to happen BEFORE they commit.

They’ve put “conditions” between them and their success.

If or when…, then…

Success is God’s provision, and it’s YOUR decision.

I recently made the decision to go “all in” on “1,000,000 by 2020”:

One million people worldwide using their lives as a force for good, creative commerce and contribution.

I don’t know every step that will happen but the first step is always to believe, to go “all in.”

That decision has set in motion a whole series of “miracles”: wisdom to work less and accomplish more, new levels of energy and focus, a significant role in a feature film, a strategy to grow my Facebook page, and new relationships.

Here are three simple keys for experiencing miracles in your daily work and life:

(1) Believe it’s possible for YOU.

The trouble for most people is not believing it’s possible, it’s believing it’s possible for them.

“Ramon, you don’t understand what I’ve been through, I don’t have an education, I don’t have any money, I live in a country with limited opportunity…”

All that may be true, but it’s NOT the truth. There are countless examples of people rising from every kind of circumstance and adversity.

If anyone can, you can too.

It begins with belief.

Your beliefs, positive or negative, become your story. Your story becomes your expectation, and your expectations shape your life.

How do you change a negative story?

It begins with being in a different conversation.

That’s what mastermind groups, coaching and seminars help you do.

It’s like traveling to another country, your perspective shifts, you begin to see things through a different filter.

You go from wondering if it can work to what if it will work for me?

That kind of thinking changes everything.

(2) Learn what is needed.

To get from where you are to where you want to be, you must learn what you need to know.

This is not as easy as it sounds.

The people doing what you want to do are often too busy doing it, to stop and teach you.

I was very fortunate early in my career to connect with a man his 60s who had already made a half billion dollars in the kind of business I wanted learn. He was at a place where he was willing to teach me.

It’s a little different today with the Internet, but the principle is the same.

Everything in life comes to you through a relationship.

Someone has to see you, like you and want to help you because it helps them in some way.

I’m willing to teach others what I know because I can’t reach 1,000,000 people alone. But I can do it with and through 10,000 others.

Humble yourself.

Be teachable.

Get prepared.

Look for your opportunity.

Expect favor.

You’ve heard it said, it’s better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one, than to have the opportunity and not be prepared.

Learning what you need to know in your chosen career, business or life path prepares you so that when your opportunity arises, and it will, you are ready to seize it.

If you have something to say or sell online, “The Ultimate Method” will teach you want you need to know.

I’m updating the course right now to give you the lastest and best information on what’s working now.

It’ll be ready for you in a few weeks. I’ll let know…

(3) Make a bold, intelligent move.

Throughout the course of your life, at every level of success, there will be a series of moments, opportunities and divine door-openings.

When they happen, you’ve got to make a bold move – in spite of your fear – and take action.

Oprah’s bold move was walking away from a sure thing in Baltimore for a long-shot chance in Chicago.

LeBron’s bold move was leaving Cleveland for the Miami Heat.

One of mine was getting on a bus at age 17 with peanut butter sandwiches and $50 to attend a business seminar 187 miles away.

Another was investing my last money to attend a training for motivational speakers in New York City where I beat the Toastmasters World Champion in a speak-off.

Your moment is coming.

Will you be ready?

It begins now.

Make the decision.

Get out of your comfort zone.

Invest in your own growth and development.

Go all in.

With love and respect,

Ramon Williamson

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