How to Achieve Great Results Leveraging the Law of the Land – Part 2

There are so many things you can grow in a garden and a field. Your options are endless. Therefore, if you’re going to have a farmland, you must decide which vegetables and crops you’re going to produce.

What you choose to grow is your prerogative. It’s your garden, and you’re responsible for it. You may choose to grow wheat, while someone else may choose to cultivate barley (in their field). You’re both allowed to pursue your specific goals. Just be clear about what you’re aiming to grow in your field; it’ll determine what seeds you sow and your cultivation strategy.

They say, “What you see is what you get.” Well, in the law of the land, “What you sow is what you reap.” No one plants apple seeds and expects to reap mango. The only way you control what you reap is by controlling what you sow.

Learn to leverage the principle of clarity: to achieve great results, you must be clear as to what “great results” means for you. What results are trying to achieve? Define your target—with as much clarity as you can.

If you sow random seeds, expect to reap random crops. Ultimately, what you sow is what you’re going to reap. Make sure you know which seeds you need to plant if you hope to reap the right fruits. More specifically, make sure you know which actions, habits, attitudes, beliefs, and mindsets you must cultivate if you hope to reap significant results in your life.

If you don’t have clarity when you set out on your journey, you may end up somewhere you never intended. If you climb the latter without ensuring that it’s leaning on the right wall, it doesn’t matter how fast you climb it; you’ll still end up at the wrong place—and you’ll have to go back down and start over.

Before you begin your project, invest time planning and counting the cost of your journey. When you begin executing, you’ll recuperate the time you spent preparing and gaining greater clarity. Thus, time invest in preparation is time well-invested.

Before you commit to a serious relationship, make sure you’re clear about what you’re getting yourself into and ensure your partner and you are going in the same direction. A relationship is more than looking at each other in the eyes; it’s turning our eyes in the same direction.

Granted, you may not have all the minute details on the onset. However, you must be clear as to the result you’re after; it sets your direction. It requires that you reflect on the results you truly want for your career, your health, your finances, your relationship, and the other areas of your life.

About The Author

Vladimir Elie

I help people learn and apply success principles and strategies so that they can get the results they want in life.