Achieve True Success
Top 10 Tips
achieved when a
stretch goal is met
overcoming problems and difficulties by conscious effort and by application
of capabilities, resources and methods.
It is to be differentiated from
luck, chance and
doing what comes naturally without effort."
Francis Lobo, the author of
Getting Things Done
If A is a
success in life, then
A equals X plus Y
Work is X; Y is play; and
Z is keeping your mouth shut...
Success is the progressive realization of your
worthy ideals through making the most of all the available resources.
Success does not mean being the best according to the standards of others,
it is doing your best according to your own desires and
The Wheel of Personal Success
See yourself the way you want to be. What
skills and special
qualities do you possess that will help make you
are the qualities you would want most to create the perfect you? What can
you do right now to act more like the person you wish to be?
The Magic of Action
Your Mindset Towards Your Success
The biggest breakthroughs in your success
starts with a shift in your mindset.
The Magic of Your Attitude
4 WHYs of True Success
Success is 90% in your mind. Keep
investing in increasing your mindset to attract greater and greater success
into all areas of your life.
Failure never "happens", it's your choice. If
you believe that failure
is not a choice, you'll never fail. Test new ideas, learn from what works, and
what doesn't, and then apply these lessons to your next
experiment, test or idea. Keep
doing this until you get results you are satisfied with.
Failure as a
Stepping Stone To Success
Don't give up when things go wrong. Every
costly lesson is going to result in exponentially greater success in the
long term. Seek out the positive in every bad situation and ask, "What can I
learn from this? How can do it again more intelligently?"
The Trap of Fixation on Success
Success is nearly a magical idea for most
people. In his book The Active Life, Parker Palmer points out that
in the West fixation of people on success discourages them from risk
taking "because it values success over
and it adhors
failure whether we learn from it or not. It always wants to win but win
or lose, it inhibits our learning. If we win, we think we know it all and
have nothing more to learn. If we lose, we feel so defeated that learning is
a hollow consolation... It traps us in a system of praise or blame, credit
or shame, a system that gives primacy to goals and external evaluations,
devalues the gift of self-knowledge, and diminishes our capacity to take
risks that may yield growth."