1. MAXIMISE YOUR POTENTIAL.
Maximizing our potential is not something we can learn at school. You can’t read it from a book, and you can’t learn something like this at a seminar. It is something you develop, in the form of resilience in the face of controversy and criticism.
2. EXPLORE YOUR PASSION.
Numerous studies of highly successful people indicate a high correlation between passion, believing in a calling, enjoying a job and performing at a high level.
So ask yourself what would you do with your time if you were living your ideal life? Make a list of at least ten things.
3. THE BIGGEST SUCCESS KILLER IS
identifying with being average and accepting mediocrity as your way of life.
Mediocrity is a personal choice. Without understanding the difference between success and mediocrity, we all risk accepting things that are way below our potential and leading a very average life.
4. THE SECRET OF SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE
Is positive attitude towards struggle.
Its not so much the struggle that cause the burnout, but the perception of struggle as a failure rather than a setback
Developing a new skill takes effort and its okay to fail productively. But don’t ask for help or give up early – allow yourself to grapple with the task so you get the maximum growth.