Who You Going to Vote For?

I’m not talking about for president of the United States.

I’m talking about president of your goals, dreams and potential.

If you had to run for re-election…
What has been your performance track record over the last three and a half years?

You made some promises back then—to your family, your employees, yourself and your God.

Did you deliver?

What would the pundits say about your performance?

What would the critics point out as your shortcomings?

In a debate, what examples would someone use against you when you were hypocritical to what you say you stand for, when you flip-flopped on your values, when your policies and plans failed and you didn’t follow through on your campaign promises?

During this political season, the radio waves, cable lines, blogosphere and every cocktail and dinner party is abuzz with criticism of one guy’s track record over another. That’s all fine and well, but maybe you should look as critically at our own track record.

If we spent as much time, energy and TV, radio, blog and conversation time assessing our own track record and what we need to do differently to improve our own economy, healthcare, etc., as we do talking about other people’s track record and what they should be

doing differently to fix the economy, healthcare, etc., we would be contributing to the solution instead of continuing to whine and complain about the problems (that they can’t fix anyway—only you can!).

So, if you take an honest review of your track record performing on your goals and dreams, would you have a hard time making the case to be re-elected? Is it time to cast a new vision for your future and refresh your campaign stance going forward? What are you going to do differently, starting today?

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  1. I genuinely enjoy reading on this site, it contains fantastic content. “The living is a species of the dead and not a very attractive one.” by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche.

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  2. aurelien says:

    i first vote for me ,after for god and after for you Darren!i m reading your book and loving it ,i listened to you threw ambit and i can tell you know what to do to suceed.great article ……
    keep doing what you do ,we enjoy it .
    aurelien.

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  3. Julie Kern says:

    Wow! What a great way to think about my own performance. Ouch! I definitely have room for improvement, but I have been all over it this year with The Compound Effect and Living Your Best Year Ever!

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  4. Jonathan says:

    I’m dealing with a group of people at work that need your advice! They think that because they have had past success they can coast on their track record. That doesn’t mean that it’s going to continue. The joys of being a circus manager… :)

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  5. Jeff Griffin says:

    This one struck a chord with me! How would I justify my track record of choices and actions, or lack thereof, in a public forum? This gives some added umph to the continual investment of those daily choices and choice dividends. Reminds me of that old Lennon song, too:
    Imagine all the people, taking responsibility
    For what they do or fail to do
    Owning every action, owning every choice
    No blaming others, no making a fuss
    Improving only themselves, improving all of us

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  6. Dan Miller says:

    I tell my family all the time I’m not nearly as concerned about what’s going on in the White House as I am what’s going on in our house. I love the twist you’ve provided here on positioning us as President of our own dreams, goals, and potential. I’m totally on track for this year. Just turned in my completed manuscript for my next book to be released in September. My wife and I are currently on a private island about 18 miles out from the coast of Belize – relaxing and planning for the rest of the year.

    Thanks for the great post.

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    Darren Hardy Reply:

    Sounds like you’re right on top of it all, Dan! Enjoy the PRIVATE island!!! ;)

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  7. It would have to be me as president of my own company driving it to success.

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