Results are the outcome of everything that we do.
I follow a training program for running, I get results: I can run farther, and my thighs start slimming down.
I spend hours writing instead of frittering away time on the Internet, I get results: thousands of words added to works in progress, new stories to submit.
On the other hand, not all results are good. I stay up too late watching Battlestar Galactica on Netflix with my husband, and I get results, too: I’m exhausted the next day. Do it two or three times in a row, and I become an incredibly grumpy person who has trouble focusing on anything.
Again, it gets back to choice. Results are cause-and-effect. What I choose to do affects what results I achieve.
So what results are you looking for this week?