50 Words to Your Dreams Chapter 47 Results by Michael George Knight

50 Words to Your Dreams: Chapter 47 Results

Results are like a scoreboard we use in sports to see if we are winning or losing in our own game we are playing with ourselves. Results are the facts, the numbers, the accomplishments or the disappointments to see if you are on track or off track in the time frame we have given ourselves. Results give you feedback on where you are at in relation to our goals. They show you your commitment, your progress, your actions or lack of actions. They show you if you are on track to success or on track for failure. Current results are not final results, the game continues to be played with each day, week, month and year. Results at the end of a term give you an opportunity to evaluate your performance and adjust your actions towards your final destination, which is goal achievement.



The best way to view the scorecard of your current results is to use your journal. Start writing in your journal daily and at the end of a week and a month. Take some time to analyze the actions you took or didn’t take towards your goals. By doing this simple task of journaling and analyzing the results, you can readjust your actions to put you on the path to your personal success. Break your goals into actionable steps and put a deadline for the completion of the goal with a date on it. Write in your journal your yearly goals, break them up in quarterly goals, monthly goals, weekly goals and daily action steps. Use your journal to keep you on track with your results. Get a result out a day, out of a week, a month, a quarter, a year. Don’t let a day go by without nudging yourself closer to your end result, goals achievement. Results are the name of the game in life, know the results you are after and work hard towards their achievement.



Take a sporting game, at the end of the game when the clock stops, the results are shown on the scoreboard. All games have a completion time and a result. Be it Tennis, Football, Basketball, Cricket, Golf, Soccer or Hockey, you name it all sporting games have a result. At the end of the game someone wins, and someone loses. Both sides get instant feedback, the winner usually confirms themselves with a win and the loser gets feedback on why they lost, what went wrong, the weaknesses, the improvements that can be made to get better next time. Not getting the result you are after comes with a blessing which is feedback to improve. Don’t quit when you lose, get better and try again until you win. If you set a deadline for a goal you want to achieve, and you fail to reach the goal in the timeframe you get feedback. Why and how you failed? Either not enough action or not enough time. Increase your action and increase your time perspective. It’s much easier to lose to lose 10kgs in 20 weeks then 2 weeks. Results are a measuring stick we use to measure ourselves with. Don’t measure your results by anyone else’s life, compare yourself to your previous self. That is where you will see your growth and the life trajectory you are on. Welcome results, embrace the facts, get real with yourself, don’t be faked out, and work hard to get wins on the scoreboard of your life.




  • A tree is really measured by the quality of its fruit. (Unknown)
  • Actions are the source of all results. (Anthony Robbins)
  • Check results often to see if you’re on track or off track. (Unknown)
  • Consistent actions creates consistent results. (Christine Kane)
  • Deciding to commit yourself to long-term results, rather than short-term fixes, is as important as any decision you’ll make in your lifetime. (Anthony Robbins)
  • Everything begins on a mental level before it manifests in physical results. (Bob Proctor)
  • Expectations drive results, but expectations can easily be changed. (Joe Karbo)
  • Facts are better than dreams. (Winston Churchill)
  • Forget about style; worry about results. (Bobby Orr)
  • However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results. (Winston Churchill)
  • I realize that I could change my life and achieve almost any goal I could set for myself if I just found out what others were doing in that area and then did it myself until I got the same result. (Brian Tracy)
  • I’ve always believed that if you put in the work, the results will come. (Michael Jordan)
  • If you don’t change the cause, you won’t change the results. (Jack Collis)
  • Impressive results can be achieved when you: think big, set a goal, break it down into mini steps, take immediate and massive action. (Steve McKnight)
  • In all human affairs there are efforts, and there are results, and the strength of the effort is the measure of the result. (James Allen)
  • Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. (Albert Einstein)
  • Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results. (Willie Nelson)
  • Pareto principle says eighty percent of the results flow out of twenty percent of the activities. (Stephen R. Covey)
  • Refinement based on feedback about results is the basis of all progress, but it requires a certain open-mindedness. (Anthony Robbins)
  • Remember something people are rewarded in public for what they’ve practiced for years in private. (Les Brown)
  • Results are the best measurement of human progress. Not conversation. Not explanation. Not justification. Results. (Jim Rohn)
  • Results are the harvest that comes from our past efforts. If the farmer has planted only a handful of seeds in the spring, he cannot expect to reap a very bountiful harvest in the fall. Likewise, if a person has engaged in only minimal activity in the past, he should not expect significant results in the present. (Jim Rohn)
  • Results are the outcome of process. Focus on the result, for it is the only purpose of process. (Anon)
  • Small daily improvements are the key to staggering long-term results. (Unknown)
  • The difference between knowing and doing can be summed up in one-word results. (Bob Proctor)
  • The gratification comes in the doing, not in the results. (James Dean)
  • The life you are enjoying today is a reflection of the price you’ve paid up until now. (Brian Tracy)
  • The result is always: you did or you didn’t. (Jack Collis)
  • The results you achieve will be in direct proportion to the effort you apply. (Denis Waitley)
  • The route to unlimited power is continually to look for a different, better way to do something. If you always stick to the same techniques, you will always get the same results. (Anthony Robbins)
  • The way to get results is to pour the right stuff into your mind. A little reading each day will result in a wealth of valuable information in a very short period of time. (Jim Rohn)
  • There are two kinds of people in the world: those who make excuses and those who get results. An excuse person will find any excuse for why a job was not done, and a results person will find any reason why it can be done. (Alan Cohen)
  • There’s one big difference between patience and procrastination. That is to take massive action while being patient with the results to show up. Results are a byproduct of massive action. No results are a byproduct of massive procrastination. Choose to take massive action today. (Patrick Bet-David)
  • We are the results of what we were, and we will be the results of what we are. (Buddhism)
  • You don’t get results by focusing on results. You get results by focusing on the actions that produce results. (Mike Hawkins)
  • You don’t reward reaction; you reward results. (Edwin Louis Cole)
  • Your results are an expression of your level of awareness. (Bob Proctor)
  • Your thoughts are solely responsible for the results of your manifestation. That’s why positive self-talk and reassurance is so important. (Unknown)


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