After a speaking engagement the other day, in Cleveland, I stopped by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It’s located in the downtown area and right on the shore of Lake Erie.

It was at the Cleveland Arena, on March 21, 1952, where the first rock concert took place. That’s why it seems appropriate that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame should be located in that city.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was officially opened in 1995 and now visitors come from all of the world to see mementos from top performers who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

All of us, in our own lives, can literally have our own hall of fame. What if we looked at our lives as an adventure, one series after another? What if we made our very best effort, on any given day, with the idea that one day we could be inducted into our personal hall of fame?

If we took that thought seriously, would we do something more each day? Would we go the extra mile? Would we try a little harder? I think we would.

In the Napoleon Hill book, “Think and Grow Rich”, he said “go the extra mile.” His idea was to do a little more than is expected of us and amazing things will happen.

What if we had two people, working in the same industry, with similar backgrounds, and similar educations, but one was earning twice as much money as the other? What was the one earning more money doing? Was that person putting out twice as much effort?
No. The one earning twice as much put out just 10% more effort than the other. Going the extra mile, with 10% more effort, will often get us 100% more in results.

I suggest we all make that extra effort to get into our Personal Hall of Fame.

I hope to see you Wednesday morning on Lifetime Television on The Balancing Act, 7-8 a.m. Easter and Pacific time.

For speaking engagements, I can be reached at 619-723-3007.

You are special. You are unique. You are destined for greatness. You are a Champion!

A Hall of Fame Affirmation
I go the extra mile every day in order to get into my own hall of fame

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