fbpx

Think realism is a sign of maturity? Think again. I came across this highlight from a book I have read many times, Life is Not a Game of Perfect by Dr. Bob Rotella.

Bob Rotella on Realism from Life is Not a Game of Perfect
View Larger Image | Tweet Quote | Pin to Pinterest



Are you allowing “realism” to cause limiting beliefs?



About

Matt helps online business owners and brands, small and large leverage the power of partners to grow their businesses. He teaches you how to make money as an affiliate and how to work better with affiliates. Entrepreneurs and companies such as Shark Tank's Kevin Harrington, Zig Ziglar, Ray Edwards, Brian Tracy, Lewis Howes, Shutterfly, Jeff Goins, and Michael Hyatt have trusted Matt to run their affiliate launches.

5 thoughts on “What Realism Really Is | Bob Rotella Quote

  1. Katherine Leicester says:

    YES. It’s also a sign of immaturity, and it makes your neighbors and family miserable.

    How do I know? Don’t ask. I’m working my way through the book “Emotional Intelligence 2.0,” and it’s proving quite valuable.

    Excellent post, Matt. Lights my fire for the day, as always! Thank you!

  2. Jana Botkin says:

    Ummm, did you write this to me, Matt? Because, realistically speaking, this makes me sort of squirmy.

    What is the opposite of realism? I thought it was magical thinking. Maybe it is time for a new dictionary!

    1. Matt McWilliams says:

      I absolutely did!

      The opposite of realism is accurate thinking.

  3. Tom Dixon says:

    I’ve been trying to not be realistic lately! I’d rather be clear in my thinking, confident, and creative.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *