We believe we should work hard in order to be happy, but could we be thinking about things backwards? In this fast-moving and very funny talk, psychologist Shawn Achor argues that, actually, happiness inspires us to be more productive
This is very powerful. For each of the things that you desire visualize that you actually have them in your life right now. So if you want $100,000 in your bank account see yourself logging into your account and seeing this money. Reflect on how this makes you feel and make it strong.
Most people turn down any opportunities that are presented to them. They either do this through laziness or fear. The thing is that some of these small opportunities can turn into huge opportunities. You just never know
Have you tried to do something in the past which didn’t turn out as you wanted it to and then given up on it altogether? Of course you have – we have all done this. The thing is that if you had been a bit more persistent who knows what this would have led to? … Continue reading Develop a persistent habit
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership
Have you heard about the four degrees of action? It’s a pretty simple concept that states that, when confronted with a situation, you can respond in one of four ways. You can either do nothing, retreat, take normal action or take massive action, and it’s the last of these that is the key to success.
History has shown time and time again that merely having the best product isn’t enough to make you a success. Real market success is a product of the right attitude and the readiness to handle unexpected issues.
Perusing the shelves of your average bookstore, you’re bound to find a plethora of titles that promise you the secrets to a successful life.
But with so many options, it can be hard to know which is the best one.
So, before you get sucked into another questionable formula for success, consider the 10X rule – a surefire way to succeed at whatever you want.
Wealth – in whatever form – is seldom the result of luck or coincidence.
Far from that, it’s almost always the result of different traits and skills that anyone can learn and acquire.
The bigger the goal, the more complex the planning; the more complex the planning, the more difficult the goal’s execution; the more difficult the execution, the more dependent the brains behind the project will be on the creative, intellectual and moral support of others.