Six steps to developing self discipline...

Mar 7, 2014 by

Most of us have good intentions when it comes to developing self discipline. It is our self-discipline that usually dictates the difference between our success and failure in office or successfully going through a diet regime or going to gym and being in good health. It is self-discipline that allows us to put in two hours each day in writing that book we always wanted to write or taking that singing lesson we always wanted to take. Self-discipline builds our character and gives us the confidence that we are capable of achieving bigger and better things in life. Those with greater self-discipline can rely less on talent and destiny and more on their execution capabilities. They develop their own talent and shape their destiny. Developing self-discipline is almost like building a muscle. If you...

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9 Misconceptions about Success

Feb 1, 2014 by

Sometimes it isn’t about what you don’t know. Often, it’s more about being mistaken about the things you’re certain are true. Misconceptions create challenges. What if your preconceived notions about success are incorrect? How might your beliefs about your likelihood of success change? If your beliefs are accurate, you might find that achieving success is a lot easier than you originally thought. With a fresh set of beliefs, new actions and outcomes can be expected. Success starts with you! Check out these 9 misconceptions about success: 1. It’s too late to reach your goals. Many of the world’s most successful individuals didn’t get started until later in life. Consider Colonel Sanders, who started Kentucky Fried Chicken in his sixties. 2. Successful people have to work insane hours. While many successful people do work many...

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7 Basic Steps to Overcoming Perfectionism...

Feb 1, 2014 by

Aiming for perfection in your work is good, but overdoing it, is not. When you’re a perfectionist, it seems like nothing can ever be as perfect as you’d like. Perfectionism consists of demanding a higher level of performance than the situation dictates. The key to excellence is finding an optimum performance level to achieve good results. Here are some 7 basic steps to overcoming perfectionism in your daily life: 1. Give yourself a break. Eliminating the urge to have everything be perfect takes time. It’s important to start slowly and congratulate yourself for each victory, even the small ones. Set reasonable goals and reward your accomplishments. 2. Provide everyone else a break, too. Trying to be perfect and expecting the same from others is an attempt to control them. This can be off-putting because others...

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Six Steps To Think Big and Dream Bigger...

Feb 1, 2014 by

Thinking big requires courage and passion. If your plans are significant and purposeful, plenty of people will do and say little things that can be discouraging. The biggest achievers have to face this challenge all the time. Learn to ignore it or consider keeping your plans to yourself. Here are six steps to think big and dream bigger: 1. Consider what will happen if you don’t think big. You’ll regret the things you didn’t do far more than the things that didn’t work out. So take a few minutes and imagine how you’ll feel if you never even try. Think about how you’ll feel 10 years from now. Sometimes pain is the greatest motivator. How much pain will you feel if you don’t take action today? 2. Be brave enough to let your creativity...

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Connecting the Dots

Jun 25, 2011 by

I just watched this short video of Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Inc. – the most innovative and successful company on this planet today. This video is the address he made to Stanford University graduates in 2005. Here he talks about lessons he learned in his life and how dots connected in his life for even seemingly unimportant things. I thought of sharing it here ‘cos it is a good inspirational talk. If you are feeling a little low and need some inspiration to pull yourself back up, then you must watch this short video....

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The 11 Universal Laws of Success – Forgotten Laws – FREE...

Jun 18, 2011 by

Many people know Bob Proctor from the movie “The Secret” and most of the people have already heard about the law of attraction. But not many know that the law of attraction alone is not going to produce much results. As human beings, we have many other facets to our spiritual personalities that decide the level of success in our lives. Bob Proctor has done a remarkable job of researching and understanding these universal laws over a period of 40 years and bringing these to the world in a manner that these can be understood and applied by every individual. These universal laws are so precise that a proper understanding and application of these to any area of our life can surely yield massive results. Since I am heavily into personal growth and development,...

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