I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way
Strive to cultivate this as your go-to. Whatever comes up, this is your adage/rule. Try to defeat someone who’s made up their mind to this degree.
Do you have a goal, passion or destination that’s always on your mind? Are you constantly romancing and imagining yourself accomplishing something personal and extraordinary? An effective approach for all your goals and passions are I will, I’ll adjust, and I’ll find a way. Talk about conviction and optimism. Talk about bravery and tilting the scale in your favor. These words, if followed by behavior, will simplify and strengthen your mission — no standing at the crossroads of indecision. The unyielding response of I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is confidence, direction, and certainty.
I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is being totally immersed in your journey and the feelings of assurance and dedication. God gives the gift of I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way. So you can abandon comfort and limits as you moil for your potential – this is where you dig your deepest well, in addition to using yourself up. I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is your life at its most boundless moments.
I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is an influential resolution that climbs mountains, runs marathons, writes book, earns degrees, enrolls and completes fitness programs, competes and goes all-out, closes the deal, manages and overcomes adversity, brings family and friends together, battles and beats cancer, accomplishes dreams in spite of disabilities or obstacles, gains the respect of all, and makes a phenomenon possible.
I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way does not delay, procrastinate, or doubt. I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is movement, potent, and convincing.
I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find away has no cage, boundaries, limits or rules. I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is decisive, specific, and persuasive – these are necessary ingredients to overcome, go beyond, and shoot ahead. The power of this mindset has ‘invincible’ written all over it.
I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is sureness and spirit. Determination felt this strongly is more than we could hope for. Life is overflowing with unrestricted possibilities when you’re boundless and brave in imagination – I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is just that.
I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is persuasive and credible self-communication. Understand, words mean little when unattended by behavior but compelling when backed with corresponding actions.
I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way is an announcement that stops at nothing, does the possible, and provides what’s necessary to achieve the difficult and impossible.
So, how about it? Achieving what’s important to you will have scores of demands, but it is possible. No more resisting or contemplation. Search yourself, make a decision, and your answers for everything that comes up is I will, I’ll adjust, I’ll find a way.
Mark Schwab was recently an assistant coach at the University of Northern Iowa. Previously he spent nine years as assistant coach at the University of Minnesota, helping the program to seven top-three team finishes at the NCAA Championships and two NCAA team titles. As a wrestler, Schwab was an All-American for the University of Northern Iowa during the late 1980s. Schwab earned his bachelor’s degree in 1990 from the University of Northern Iowa and his master’s degree from the University of Minnesota in 2003. Schwab returned to the University of Minnesota to get a second emphasis in sports psychology on his existing master’s and completed that in 2010. Email Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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