There are, in my opinion, two incredibly valuable keys to success: one crucial process, and one extremely beneficial mindset. Continue reading “Adaptation and Attitude: 2 Invaluable Keys to Success”
Motivation is great. I think of it as the initial building block of success, that spark to ignite the fire of passion which smolders inside all of us. However, it can only take us so far. You can read as many books and watch as many videos as you want, but what will be there to take its place once the flames begin to dwindle and we slowly sink back into our monotonous routines and self-destructive habits?
Discipline. Our journeys to success start with motivation, with that spark, and end with us reaching our goals. But there’s a lot of space in-between the two. A space full of a lot of difficult, not-so-fun things. That’s where self-discipline comes in. Disciplining ourselves, hardwiring our minds for success. Suddenly, the menial tasks seem less menial, the stressful times more manageable, for we have something else pushing us forward.
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Believe it or not, facing your fears is a skill, and like any skill, it must be cultivated if you ever wish to become better at it. Continue reading “Facing your Fears- 1 Surprisingly Powerful Method”
I HATE it when I procrastinate. Throughout my day, my mind is constantly racing, full of things that I can’t wait to get home and check off my to-do list: finishing another chapter in a book, getting a workout in, even writing a blog post. Continue reading “6 Simple Ways to Conquer Procrastination (~ 4 min read)”
Can you think of one thing that (almost) everyone wants? I can. Success. In every sense, shape, perspective and configuration of the word. Whatever it means to you, it’s something you most likely want. Continue reading “How To Choose Between Your “Wants” And Your “Musts””
“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” – Samuel Beckett
Failure. Such power held in one notion. In one word. A word with the power to send men to their knees, to leave us exposed, feeling worthless and miserable. Continue reading “Ever Tried. Ever Failed.”
“It’s so easy to be great nowadays because most people are weak.” – David Goggins; ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete and former Navy SEAL.
I didn’t hear these words until just a few days ago when I stumbled upon an interview conducted by Tom Bilyeu on David Goggins, and you can find it here. Continue reading “It’s Easy To Be Great; Here’s Why”
Look, I’m all for being passionate, for working hard, being ambitious. But I’m also a big believer in having a plan. Having a dream is one thing. Knowing exactly what you want, and how you’re going to get it- that is how success is attained.
You can have as much wind behind your sails as you want, but if you don’t bring a compass, you’ll be sailing in a circle on open waters your whole life with no land in sight.
It’s one thing to be confident- to be poised and self-assured in everything you do. It’s another thing to be overconfident- to be smug and cocky. One will send you down the path to success, to honest, fulfilling relationships, to a life you’ve envisioned; the other down a path to disappointment, to flaky, hollow relationships, to a life of everlasting dissatisfaction.
Be confident, but try adding a touch of humility to your confidence. You’ll have a recipe for success.
I don’t think so. Here’s why:
Continue reading “If You Try Your Best And Fail, Have You Really Failed?”