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"Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal"- Earl Nightingale
1. Creating a positive and winning environment is key
Make a commitment, to improve your environment. Limit your exposure to negative people, recognising the consciousness can be infectious. Be friends with champions and spend as much time as possible with them.
Great people through overcome their greatest challenges, discover their greatest joy. While amateurs do everything they can to live in a comfortable environment.
2. Be mindful of your unlimited potential
It seems that most people are driven by values that keep them tied to a life of quiet desperation. Because most of us have inherited and learned from well-meaning amateurs, it makes sense for most of us to be persuaded that we can only go so far in life. Champions know this is a massive fallacy that has stopped millions of people from achieving their true potential. "Sky is beyond your limit"
3. Have passion and enthusiasm
The successful ones know the raw unrestrained energy. They see the world that life is a game to play to the greatest abilities with passion and enthusiasm. They keep learning until they die. Oops, that sound like a die hard right ? Well it is not about being a die hard but been passionate and enthusiastic about whatever you have set to do in life.
Winners are driven by a passion that fuels their spirit and keeps them on the practice ground long after everyone else has gone home. (sport enlightenment)
4. Keep Challenging yourself
Don't be satisfied with the status quo. Continue to look for a better, more efficient, more successful way to do things. And remember not just to work hard but work intelligently.
5. Making pleasure out of being and becoming, not acquiring and possessing
In anything, the most successful people will tell you that happiness is not pursued directly. They realise that happiness is the aftermath of living life to the fullest. Happiness is from within and not from outside within.
Great people know that continuous happiness is out of being and becoming, not acquiring and possessing.
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