Hey there, So as we have been working through the Leaderbytes on Success – I referred to a Homework Piece that you would need to engage in… Your Success Manifesto here: I commit myself today to being successful. I recognize that success is a process, not a destination. I will discover my dream and do what I can to …….
Success is an elusive thing!!! Listen to today’s LeaderByte on unpacking what true success is for each of us!! Download Your Complimentary E-Book Here “The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.“Carl Rogers You can see by the definition above why success is a journey rather than a destination. No matter
Wonderful words by Shakespeare indeed. But gosh – I am not sure whether like me you struggle to know “thine self”. Today we turn this blog focus around a bit!!! I focussed on Engagement for the past 4 months and the next 4 are deeper to this beautiful chasm called YOU!!! I say Chasm – because it runs deep, deeper
Are you Preparing or Repairing ? Preparing Repairing Lets you focus on today Makes you focus on Yesterday Increases Efficiency Consumes Time Increases Confidence Breeds Discouragement Saves Money Increases Costs Pays now for tomorrow Pays now for yesterday Takes you to higher level Becomes an obstacle to growth Leave you comment below on what daily disciplines will you adopt today!!
The 10 Qualities Of Highly Successful Entrepreneurs Wondering if you have what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur? New research from Gallup offers a window into what separates those who launch and grow successful companies from less successful peers. Gallup studied more than 1,000 entrepreneurs to arrive at a short list of the 10 qualities of highly successful entrepreneurs.
Most people are passive spectators of their lives, watching their lives unfold one day at a time. When they were younger they had dreams of travel, dreams of living a fabulous life, but as the realities of life sets in – disappointment, disillusionment and discouragement also set in, and those beautiful dreams get shelved. Many people are living discouraged and disillusioned at what went wrong.
You can see by the definition above why success is a journey rather than a destination. No matter how long you live or what you decide to do in life, you will never exhaust your capacity to grow toward your potential, nor will you run out of opportunities to help others. When you see success as a journey, then you never have the problem of trying to “arrive” at an elusive final destination. And you’ll never find yourself in a position where you’ve accomplished some final goal – only to discover that you’re still unfulfilled and searching for something else to do.
When will you be successful? If you’re like most people, what comes to mind is someday—somewhere off in the future, when you’ll suddenly wake up and think, “I made it! I’m a success!” That’s how most unsuccessful people see success: as something to strive for and hope to reach “someday.” Each of us has a picture in mind of what
Yesterday we spoke about the 10 regrets – and i hope you are challenged to want more for your life ! The lost below speaks of 10 victories that can be ours, but it requires intentionality and effort!!! But this what really living is about 😃 You reach your end full of happiness and fulfillment on realising that you are all
Today i am reminded of a post that a mentor shared with me and i thought to share it here. I listened to a song of Toby Mac – its a latest one and he reminded me of this post again. When we reach the end of our life will we be filled with deep regret for the things we
Studies show some critically important facts about the workplace. First, the number one reason people leave their jobs is that they don’t feel appreciated. Also, 9 out of 10 people say they are more productive when they are around positive people.
I have been a student of thinking for the past several years. It’s what gets me going. It’s critical to make progress in life. So if you want to learn about thinking here, then join me as we cover Think-Ability over the next few weeks.
this the time where I reflect and review my year and plan the following one. I learned this practice from Dr John C Maxwell, about how he and his wife use this time fo the year to review the year and re-prioritise the plans for the new year etc.
Many people ask me -Who is Dr John C Maxwell and why did i become friends with him, and the list of questions continue form there….. Dr John C Maxwell has written more than 100 leadership books – and very early in my leadership career -I got a hold of one – or should i say one book got a