Why Some People Almost Always Get What They Want

Why do some people almost always seem to get what they want?

They get the promotion they’ve been dreaming about. They get their dream house…for $20,000 less than market value. They seem to attract new business no matter what the economists say on the news. No matter what it is, they seem to get it.

Waiting Expectantly
What separates those who get what they want and those who don’t is in how they wait. (Tweet That) | Share this Graphic on Pinterest | Share on Facebook

The truth is, they have to wait just like you…but they wait differently.

We spend a lot of time waiting in life.

Waiting for a new job or promotion. Waiting for the right person to spend life with. Waiting for our health to get better or our finances to improve. Waiting for this and that.

The waiting part of life is no different for you, me, or anyone. It’s always going to be there.

Get Rid of Procrastination Once and for All

Do you procrastinate too much?

Are you waiting for your “big break” to take the next (or first) step towards your big goal?

If so, then it’s time to get rid of procrastination once and for all. Here’s how.

Stop Procrastination Procrastination: If it’s important, you’ll find the time. If it’s not, you’ll just make excuses. (Tweet That) | Share this Graphic on Pinterest | Share on Facebook

The irony of this post is that I procrastinated in writing it.

I had a cooler post that I wanted to write. One that had me more excited than this post. One that was more fun to write. So I started down the path of writing that one. (It’s worth the wait, trust me.)

Find Something to Look Forward To

What’s the best part of Christmas for kids?

Is it the presents? The time with family? The time off from school? That all dietary restrictions are forgotten for a few days?

Psychologically speaking, it’s none of the above. And we can learn a lot from kids at Christmas.

Looking forward to something is healthy

The best part about Christmas for kids

The answer to the question above is:


At least scientifically it is.