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Raising higher standards by Danny Stevens

We are asked to contemplate what would happen if we raise our standards that we hold for our lives.  If we were to raise our standards and make a true decision what would life be like?  Day five is probably one of the most intimidating entries that we have so far made.  Anthony Robbins is a man of action and in his coaching he expects action.  This is probably in the one reason why he’s number one results coach.

What is meant by raising the standards of our lives?  It is an examination of the results we are currently experiencing based on our current thoughts, words, and actions.  In the examination we determine what the underlying reasons or rules we use.   These rules then are based on our expectations or standards.

This is where the book “Awaken the Giant Within” by Tony Robbins explains the basics of team rules and how to change than four lines.  We will not be addressing those issues in this post in detail.  It would be best for you to pick up a copy of the ball.  Ultimately it is our words thoughts and actions which determines the results we obtain.  To change any part of our thoughts, words and action change the results we obtain.  A good example of this will be the children’s story of the train who thought he could.  In this example of the train could not make the hill until it changed the way it thought to, “I think I can”, then to “I know I can.”    This is one way to raise our expectations or standards.

When we examine our behaviors and actions we also can reduce the internal conversation to the type of questions we ask ourselves.    If the questions we ask are not producing the results, than we need to ask a better question.   Example, “What is this happening to me?”  Could be changed to “What do I need to do to make this work?”   One question leaves us feeling vulnerable and focusing on providing an answer to why it happened; the other question has us working on a solution.  Each are examples on how to raise our standards.

Another example would be to change the vocabulary of your expectations of the results.  Rather than say I hope this will work, you can say “How can I make this work?   Rather that say “I should do this thing” you raise the expectation to “I must do this.” Changing the vocabulary can and will change questions we ask.  This raises our standard.

By changing our standards we change the focus.  Changing the focus change the expectations and changes the direction of our lives.

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