Desired results vs. non-desired results, what exactly do those two things mean? Desired results are successes and non-desired results are failures. I prefer to use the terms desired and non-desired. Why? Simply because I have found that over the years, people have a difficult time dealing with the word "failure". When people hear they have failed, they feel like they have lost, they will never succeed.
If I asked you, "What would you rather have in your life, failure or non-desired results"? Most people choose non-desired results, because they feel they can turn them into desired results. So now you are probably thinking, "okay, how do I make the changes to get the results I want?". Right?

 Let me ask you this, how long would you give a child to learn something they have never done before? Five minutes? Half an hour? How about however long it takes? Would you turn that child off and stick it somewhere in a corner and say, "Well that didn't work out". No, of course you wouldn't and like I said, you would give the child as much time needed. How much time do you give yourself to do something until you get fed up and say, "forget it, this will never work"? My guess is that you probably don't give yourself the time or the credit that you can actually do it.

Here is how you do it, first of all if you are doing something and it isn't turning out the way you want it to, simply take a step back and think about how you could possibly do it another way. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expect different results. Change what you are doing and how you do it. Thomas Edison used this concept when he was working on the electric light bulb. Believe it or not, it took him about ten thousand different attempts until he got it right. When he was asked how did it feel to fail ten thousand times, he simply replied, "I didn't fail ten thousand times, I simply ten thousand different was to invent the light bulb". In other words, he didn't fail, he simply was not getting the results he desired. Did that stop him? No it did not. He kept a journal of what he did, kept track of what worked and what didn't. When he achieved his goal, he new he had achieved his desired results.

Colonel Sanders, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). Have you ever heard his story? He had a small restaurant near a highway and when the highway was closed, he decided to retire. When he got his first retirement cheque for only $99.00 for the month, he thought that was crazy, he coudn't live off of that. So his family and friends suggested taht since he had an incredible recipe for chicken, why not sell it? Instead of that, he came up with the idea that instead of selling his recipe, he would give it away and charge a small percentage for every piece of chicken sold. He travelled to over nine hundred different restaurants across the United States and with great enthusiasm, he shared his idea with these people. They all laughed at him telling him he must be joking. Then with the same enthusiasm he went into another restaurant and finally, they loved his idea. The rest is history.

Ray Kroc worked for McDonalds and loved how the two McDonald brothers, Richard and Maurice ran their restaurant franchises. Ray had a dream of expanding McDonalds from a few restaurants to a world wide corporation. He eventually bought the company and the rest is history.

You see, when you have a vision, and you really believe in it and you are prepared to make the changes where they need to be made to achieve your desired results. Anything can happen, as long as you believe it can!

So the next time you are trying to do something and you are not getting the results you want, just remember, you are getting "non-desired results". Simply do it a different way to achieve your desired results, and The Future Is Yours !!! If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at
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