The Key to Getting Things Done Faster Than You Ever Imagined

Do you feel like you should be much further along in life by now? Do you feel like your life or business is progressing at turtle pace? Well, more than likely it is!

Since the beginning of time, humankind has had a passion for speed. We have taken ourselves from: walking to riding horses; from the Model T to the Ford GT; from the single engine plane to the supersonic jet, to the space shuttle; from a bicycle with a small engine to a crochrocket motorcycle; from the oven to the microwave; mail to e-mail and from e-mail to text messaging. We have a desire to get things done faster and quicker.

The Fastest Production Car in the World

The SSC Ultimate Aero takes the lead as the fastest production car in the world. SSC Ultimate Aero: 257 mph+, 0-60 in 2.7 seconds. Twin-turbo V8 engine with 1183 horse power; base price is $654,400. This car was tested in March 2007 by Guinness world records.

Yes, on a clear and sunny day on the Audubon, this car can reach speeds of 257 miles per hour. However, if you are driving the SSC Ultimate Aero on a foggy day with no visibility, the speed and the rate in which this car reaches its final destination is quite different.

Ford Focus

As a matter of fact, on a foggy day, the Ford Focus with only 140 horsepower can maintain speed with the Aero.

You can have SSC Ultimate Aero Potential, but be producing a Ford Focus result if you are in the fog.

Do you remember the song, “I can see clearly now, the rain has gone”? Most people and business owners go through life trying to drive their life or organization in the rain and fog. They are not sure about where they are going, what they want to achieve in the future, or their reason for existence.

Here are some symptoms of driving in the fog, see if they relate to your own life or organization:

· When you drive in the fog there is hesitancy.
· When you drive in the fog your productivity is low.
· When you drive in the fog doubt is ever present.
· When you drive in the fog there is uncertainty.
· When you drive in the fog your ability to make decisions is skewed.
· Driving in the fog produces stress.
· Driving in the fog produces thoughts of, “am I ever going to get to my destination?”

It is time to get out of the fog!

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