Behind any successful person stands a long string of failures. Abraham Lincoln serves as a perfect example.
Here are some ways to get “unstuck” and moving again.
Highly successful people tend to be excellent listeners. What can you do to be a more effective listener?
Successful people are people who have mastered the art of building others up. One of the ways we build people up is to praise them. How do you do this authentically?
What if you already have what you need to make your dreams come true?
What are your customer’s expectations? In order to meet them, you need to know them!
Nobody becomes a success alone. Who helped you get here? In turn, who are you going to help?
There are three primary aspects of your life that will determine whether or not you are successful in your endeavors. You need all three; Consider them like the three legs of a “stool of success.”
When it all comes down to it, we must act upon our vision, beliefs, and ideals or we won’t see them come to fruition.
The Pareto Principle teaches us that 20% of our efforts produce 80% of our results. It may not always work with exact mathematical precision, but, typically, the small chunk of input yields the biggest chuck of output or results.