Are You Really All-In, or Just Testing the Waters?

One of the biggest distinctions I notice between successful authors, entrepreneurs and people generally is this:

They are truly ALL-IN

Which is very different than just testing the waters, dipping a toe in to see how it feels, while the rest of the body stays safe on dry land.

Being All-In means you’ve got both feet in the game, moving forward in the same direction

Instead of having one foot on the accelerator, and the other on the brake.

All-In means you aren’t involved in 3-4 different projects at once, giving just part of your energy to each one…and seeing mediocre results in each as a result.

All-IN means that when adversity inevitably crops up, you think about your best options to overcome it…instead of using it as a convenient excuse to turn back

ALL-IN means you are 100% committed and that your actions reflect a sincere intention to move forward and manifest your vision in the world.

Think about someone in your life who is definitely not all-in…

Maybe someone that has a life-changing new idea every couple weeks, gets excited and tells everyone they found the best thing since sliced bread

Just to cut bait and switch to some other shiny new goal a few weeks later

Does that inspire confidence?

Do you trust this person and believe what they are saying?

Or, in the back of your mind, are you thinking “Sure, buddy, let’s see how long this lasts

On the other hand…

When you witness someone who is clearly on their path

Who shows up day after day, month after month, deepening their commitment and expanding their impact

That person inspires trust and confidence without even saying a word

That is the kind of person you want to align with and be inspired by

Because at the end of the day, those who are All-In go all the way

Here’s an example of someone going All-In, who now just happens to be the wealthiest person on earth.

Coincidence? I think not

That’s what’s on my mind this Sunday

Drop a comment and let me know what’s on yours

To your success,