March 7, 2019
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Most overachievers have questioned their ability to take it all on. It doesn’t matter whether you are the president of a family-owned business or a Fortune 500 company. Suddenly, you begin to wonder if you really have the right stuff to stay focused under pressure and produce effective results. Someone might have said you look tired or you may have been sick. Although life is going well, others question your ability to keep up the pace and warn you of the inevitable toll your drive will take on your body and your life.

Doubt enters your mind and you wonder if others are right. Could this be the breaking point? The point where the threat of exhaustion convinces you to cut back on your dreams and settle for what you have accomplished? Toxic fumes from the exhaustion of others are trying to contaminate your performance by fueling any insecurity you may have. When the airflow in your exhaustion pipe is not sufficient, your productive power is reduced to running on fumes. Restricted airflow has unexpectedly knocked some leaders off their feet. If you feel like you have more problems than solutions, look for the leaks in your exhaust system.

Install high performance exhaustion pipes to eliminate the toxic fumes of doubt that may restrict you from breathing new creative energy.

Failure is not an option because you can’t conceive living any other way except full-bore. The drains of the past and present can create drag and reduce your future speed. Look for the drains on your energy. Focus on surrounding yourself with people and challenges that fuel your internal fire. Increase creative airflow to the human intake, install your exhaustion pipe, and remove all excuses.

 With the installation of an efficient exhaustion pipe, you will be able to eliminate toxic fumes and open your intake to finding opportunity in every day and advantage in every problem. Always question the norm and seek to move opportunity forward.

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