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How To Get Anything You Want From Life- by Tony Pearl

I almost didn’t write this article.  Tony Pearl pic

What you’re about to discover is so profoundly – yet simply – powerful, that if you truly understand and apply these simple secrets, I can practically guarantee such phenomenal personal and financial growth over the next few months that you won’t even recognize the dynamic person you’re about to become!

Yes, these secrets are that powerful. But don’t just take my word for it. Read, learn, and apply. Then find out for yourself!  Keep reading…

Now, before we get into “The Big Secret” and all that, we first have to understand something.  And it all begins with you asking yourself a question.  I’d like you to honestly ask yourself this: “Why don’t I have some of the things I desire from life yet?”

Why aren’t you in perfect shape? Why don’t you live in that awesome house yet? Why isn’t your bank account as big as you’d like it to be? Why do you still feel guilt? Stress? Anxiety? Why aren’t you driving the exact car you’d like to drive?

What answer did you come up with? What reasons did you give? Did you blame some outside circumstance or situation? Was it your parents’ fault? Was it Obama? Oh yeah – it was the market! Or maybe it was “The Man” keeping you down, right?

Ok, I get it. It’s a natural thing for us humans to want to blame something or someone for our misfortunes in life. It’s a lot easier to assign the blame than to feel the shame. And for many people, it’s a very hard thing to admit this simple truth: “It’s MY fault. I am to blame for my current situation in life.”

While admitting that to yourself is a hard thing to do, it’s also a very empowering thing.  Why? Because it puts YOU in control of your life, not some outside thing. And this is good.

Think about it. Don’t resist. Listen, virtually every single person you’ve heard of got to where they are because of the choices they made, how they learned from them, and how they persevered through the challenges they faced. The road to success is paved with obstacles.

Which brings us to the “Big Secret.” Are you ready for this? Ok, here goes:

“Everything You Want Out of Life Is On the OTHER Side of…
Your Comfort Zone”

Think about that for a second. There’s some profound truth there, wouldn’t you agree?

Think about any worthwhile success you’ve had in your life. Didn’t you have to stretch yourself?  Didn’t you have to get out of your comfort zone at least a little bit in order to achieve it?

I’m willing to guess yes. Am I right?

If you’re married, didn’t you have to grow outside your comfort zone to get there? If you have kids, aren’t we challenged practically every single day by them in order to grow and be the best parent you can be? (Especially for patience, right?!) If you have a job or a business, look back and see how you got there. Yeah, you had to do some stuff that you may not have felt comfortable doing. But you did it, and look at you now!

So now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s look at what you need to do to get to where you want to go.  Chances are that you probably already have plenty of opportunities that are put in front of you every single day. Why aren’t you taking them?

“If You Want to Be The BEST, You’ve GOT to Say YES!”

The only way we can truly grow is to first say YES. Begin by saying YES to yourself. Give yourself permission to succeed.  While I realize that may sound a little corny, it’s often one of the factors that holds many people back, often times without even realizing it.  So many people have self-esteem issues caused by prior negative programming (by others, like parents or teachers). These issues may lead someone to believe that they’re “not worthy” of success.

What a bunch of crap!  The only one who can truly hold you back from accomplishing anything you want…is you!  So you’ve first got to get out of your own way by giving yourself permission to go ahead & have fun accomplishing some incredible stuff that you want to do.

After that, you’ve got to say yes to others.  Choose wisely, but go ahead & say yes to some stuff. Have fun with it.  If you’re stuck in business, say yes to picking up the phone & making that call (you know you need to do it). Say yes to looking at those houses. Say yes to scheduling an appointment with a prospective private lender.

Stop worrying that things won’t be perfect. Because they won’t be. Ever. It’s ok. Get over it & keep going. Think & adjust as you go and do the best you can, and you’ll be amazed at what you’ll accomplish.  Oh yeah – try to have a good attitude about things. It’s a very attractive quality that will take you far in this life.

Listen, I could write a book about this stuff. And I just might! But in the meantime, I hope you enjoyed this brief article. I hope it made you think, and I hope that it continues to encourage and motivate you to challenge yourself.

Because that truly IS the “Big Secret” to getting whatever you want out of life:

Challenge yourself to grow beyond your comfort zone so that you can first grow as a person. This will naturally help you grow your bank account, your circle of influence, and anything else you like.

See? I told you this stuff was powerful yet simple! Don’t just blow it off, thinking that you already know it all. Use this truth. Understand it, then apply it. You’ll see exactly what I’m talking about!

I guarantee it.

Until Next Time,

Tony Pearl

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24 Responses to How To Get Anything You Want From Life- by Tony Pearl

  1. Michael Sebastiani says:

    Right on brother Tony! Good article. Of course your an associate of Ron LeGrand.

  2. Judy Lee says:

    God does NOT let His people settle in their comfort zone. Let’s move on!

  3. Mark Rieger says:

    Blamed, lamed, whined, reversed, quit, lost, separated, hurt, but back for more…with help, like this and a mentor and a hope.

  4. Ralph French says:

    You tell it like it is brother Tony! Thanks for sharing I’ll probably quote you on a call or two next week 🙂

  5. Fernando Ceballos says:

    Thanks Tony for taking the time to write this beautiful article. Very inspiring indeed.
    God bless you.

  6. Carl Stegmaier says:

    Keep writing stuff like this and we’ll have to give you a testimonial!

    Carl and Sylvia

  7. Peggy Reicher says:

    Thanks Tony great article we’re working on it.

    Thanks again,
    Bob and Peggy

  8. Tony Pearl says:

    Hey guys!

    Wow – I just dropped in here to see if anyone liked my article or had any comments, and am SO happy to read what you said!! Thank you.

    Here’s something I’d like to add. This is true but crazy:
    My family & I had Chinese food last night. At the end of the meal I grabbed my fortune cookie, and you’re not gonna believe what it said!:

    “Comfort zones are most often expanded through discomfort.”

    Hand to God that’s the fortune I got!!

    I thought it would be a good footnote to this article & thread, so I had to add it here.

    Anyway, I have more great stuff coming, so keep reading the Gold Club Newsletter…and keep expanding that comfort zone!

    Thanks again for the kind words. They’re appreciated more than you know.


  9. Corey Ellis says:

    Tony your words are awesome! Thank you for taking the time to inspire! I have read this several times…printed it out even! Thanks again! You da man!

  10. Alex Manolis says:

    Thank you Tony,

    Sometimes you need to hear something to inspire. Great Article!!!!

  11. Barbara Cockrell says:

    Tony, your article is awesome and inspiring – just like you! Thanks for following your heart and writing it. You are meant to encourage others.

  12. Monica Martin says:

    Very encouraging.

  13. Cholpon Yoder says:

    So true, yet not so simple for most to understand or agree upon. Unfortunately, most will never own their decision making and will continue to blame everything around them. I am glad to be around those who do understand and take personal charge. Good read, thank you, Tony!!!

  14. Tony Pearl says:

    Although this article was written a couple years ago (as of the time I’m writing this), it’s still fresh & true.

    NOW, if you liked reading this article, you’re going to LOVE reading this more recent one I wrote!:


    Check it out & enjoy,
    Tony Pearl

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