Ambition. Who doesn’t want to be successful in Life? But how we go about achieving it makes all the difference. Its not always easy to achieve the exact level of success we’d like, but other levels of success can be achieved to help you along the way to achieving your goals. Here are a few tips to get you going in the right direction! Read more
We’re constantly hearing about how there is no set rulebook for life. Sure, it sounds cliche, but if this statement is true, then hard work and consistency really do make a difference. I bet if you had to ask successful people what it took to be a winner, however, all of them would have different responses.Read more
When you are little, you’re told to go after the one thing in life that will bring you success. You’re encouraged to decide what it is that you want to be when you grow up. As you get older, you have the option to go to college where you have to decide what it is you want to study. You choose to study that “one thing” and then you move into a career where you get to do that “one thing” forever and ever. Read more
I’m going to share a personal story here, one that actually destroyed me emotionally. But only for a moment. When it was over, it gave me exactly what I needed to be a better leader. If you’re interested in being the best version of yourself, listen up. This has to do with being brutally honest with yourself, even at the cost of making a fool of yourself.Read more
If you were brought up by a family that told you to “graduate, get a job, and make enough money to pay the bills,” it’s likely they wouldn’t be a fan of you leaving a job you don’t love to pursue one that you do. It’s also very likely that those family members, even some friends, will dissuade you from doing something so crazy. But is it really crazy? Is starting your life over somewhere in the middle wrong? Read more
Anyone who has worked for a negative boss, raise your hand. It’s no fun. It’s drudgery, really. It makes it hard to drag yourself into work in the morning, never knowing what the day ahead might hold: A well-rehearsed helping of blame, perhaps? That kind of negativity can drown a person’s desire to succeed.
Say Yes. Saying yes to life allows success to come to you. Say yes to a life that you live by your standards. Say yes to making your own decisions and not seeking approval of others. Say yes to a fulfilling and rewarding career. Say yes to a relationship that energizes, supports and stimulates you. Say yes to a promising future. Say yes to living without guilt, resentment or regrets. Say yes to spending more time on your self improvement. Say yes to living an authentic life. Say yes to taking chances and freeing yourself from fear. Say yes to happiness and achievements. Say yes to a well-lived life.
In his blog post, ‘How Do High Achievers Really Think,’ Carl Beuke Ph.D states that failure-avoiding individuals are more focused on protecting themselves from the embarrassment and sense of incompetence that can accompany failing at a valued task. Read more