I love to write. Especially about success.
But I don’t like to write things like “10 ways you can achieve success”.
I like to push a little. Explore what’s beyond the boundaries. I prefer questions like “pick one, your family or your career?”
I love movies. One of my favorites is the Truman Show. I think our mind are so enclosed that we don’t even realized that there’s a world outside. Another great movie that I love is The Game (1997).
Recently, I watched the Naked Director on Netflix and I was blown away. You should watch too.
Often, average people remain average because the focus on the things that are stopping them from their success.
Not realizing, intentionally or unintentionally, that there’s many, many more things that they can choose to focus on to help them achieve the success that they desire.
If you want to be successful, think in terms of possibilities. Possess a “can do” mentality. Take charge. Be proactive. Don’t wait for things to happen. Make them happen.
Recently, a friend of friend was diagnosed with diabetes.
I felt truly sorry for him but it did make me rethink my own daily habits. I must admit that I haven’t been prioritizing exercising and eating a healthier diet.
The next day, I put on my running shoes and went for a jog around the neighborhood.
Fear is a powerful motivator. We can nag all day and nothing will change. But a frightening thought can quickly evoke an instant reaction.
Have you been procrastinating on something that’s important?
What will be the consequences of waiting too long?
Would it be wiser for you if you can start to take actions now?
We are nearing the end of 2020 and there’s one more thing you haven’t done.
Send your well wishes to everyone who has played a part in your life for the past year.
They can be your family members, your friends, your colleagues, your bosses, your superiors, your subordinates, your customers, your partners, your teachers, your friends, your enemies, etc.
After all, we simply don’t go around expressing our gratitude everyday so why not take this great opportunity to do so.