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Chase the Challenge

Posted By: Randy GageMarch 13, 2012

If you don’t mind, one more post about the power of perspective for your prosperity.  Let’s look at how your perspective applies to…

Challenge.

Challenges and adversity cause many people to break. It causes others to break records.

BOOM!

- RG

49 comments on “Chase the Challenge”

  1. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

  2. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

  3. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

  4. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

  5. ...not to forget that preparing for records takes "time"!! OK, time depends on your focus, investment of training and urge or motivation to practise - BOOM!

  6. ...not to forget that preparing for records takes "time"!! OK, time depends on your focus, investment of training and urge or motivation to practise - BOOM!

  7. And the question we need to ask when this happens is: "What is the POSITIVE intent of this challenge in Life?" Unfortunately many of us (myself included) will often re-ACT rather than respond. Add to this, 'What you resist, persists' and we now have the best formula possible!  If there were no challenges, life would be boring. How we deal with them is what counts! Thanks for posting! 

  8. And the question we need to ask when this happens is: "What is the POSITIVE intent of this challenge in Life?" Unfortunately many of us (myself included) will often re-ACT rather than respond. Add to this, 'What you resist, persists' and we now have the best formula possible!  If there were no challenges, life would be boring. How we deal with them is what counts! Thanks for posting! 

  9. If we didn't have any challenges or the roller coaster rides of life, it surely would be boring. 🙂

  10. If we didn't have any challenges or the roller coaster rides of life, it surely would be boring. 🙂

  11. Moses was 80 when he took on the challenge to face Pharaoh and lead the Israelites into the wilderness.  I say he knew how to face the challenge because he spent 40 years in Pharoah's house and 40 years in the desert..  He was trained and equipped to face the challenge.
    I say People can face big challenges and win if they are trained to face small challenges first.

  12. Moses was 80 when he took on the challenge to face Pharaoh and lead the Israelites into the wilderness.  I say he knew how to face the challenge because he spent 40 years in Pharoah's house and 40 years in the desert..  He was trained and equipped to face the challenge.
    I say People can face big challenges and win if they are trained to face small challenges first.

  13. I think challenge is the forebear of achievement as if there was no difficulties there would be no pressure to improve!
     
    You're attitude is inspiring... Reminds me of Zig Ziglar 🙂

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  • 49 comments on “Chase the Challenge”

    1. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

    2. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

    3. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

    4. Nice one Randy! If things were to easy, records shouldn't even exist. These challenges help us grow. The tests of life are not meant to break us. They make us. It purely depends on how we look at the picture. Thanks for sharing this Randy! 🙂

    5. ...not to forget that preparing for records takes "time"!! OK, time depends on your focus, investment of training and urge or motivation to practise - BOOM!

    6. ...not to forget that preparing for records takes "time"!! OK, time depends on your focus, investment of training and urge or motivation to practise - BOOM!

    7. And the question we need to ask when this happens is: "What is the POSITIVE intent of this challenge in Life?" Unfortunately many of us (myself included) will often re-ACT rather than respond. Add to this, 'What you resist, persists' and we now have the best formula possible!  If there were no challenges, life would be boring. How we deal with them is what counts! Thanks for posting! 

    8. And the question we need to ask when this happens is: "What is the POSITIVE intent of this challenge in Life?" Unfortunately many of us (myself included) will often re-ACT rather than respond. Add to this, 'What you resist, persists' and we now have the best formula possible!  If there were no challenges, life would be boring. How we deal with them is what counts! Thanks for posting! 

    9. If we didn't have any challenges or the roller coaster rides of life, it surely would be boring. 🙂

    10. If we didn't have any challenges or the roller coaster rides of life, it surely would be boring. 🙂

    11. Moses was 80 when he took on the challenge to face Pharaoh and lead the Israelites into the wilderness.  I say he knew how to face the challenge because he spent 40 years in Pharoah's house and 40 years in the desert..  He was trained and equipped to face the challenge.
      I say People can face big challenges and win if they are trained to face small challenges first.

    12. Moses was 80 when he took on the challenge to face Pharaoh and lead the Israelites into the wilderness.  I say he knew how to face the challenge because he spent 40 years in Pharoah's house and 40 years in the desert..  He was trained and equipped to face the challenge.
      I say People can face big challenges and win if they are trained to face small challenges first.

    13. I think challenge is the forebear of achievement as if there was no difficulties there would be no pressure to improve!
       
      You're attitude is inspiring... Reminds me of Zig Ziglar 🙂

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