What do you need to know to make a lasting difference in the world? At least 10,000 things right? Maybe not….You don’t have to know a lot of things for your life to make a lasting difference in the world. But you do have to know the few great things that matter, perhaps just one, and then be willing to live for them and die for them.
There are so many people who do not realize that central to their success in any field and to their overall happiness as an individual is HOW they think, WHAT they think and IF they think!
As you will read – in the excerpt – as many as 99.9 percent of the people you know and will know in whatever field you go, will be ‘in the pile’ and will hate their jobs and their status in life. Make no mistake, 2013 will not be the year when lazy, ordinary and average workers rise. In times like these, if you are not valuable to your boss, you will not be valued by your boss.
As young adults, the earlier we adopt this approach without complaining the more we stand to gain.
Are you one of the many persons that stumble from year to year with little purpose, only to find out 10 or 15 years down the road that the dreams they once have become unattainable? Why not define for yourself the future you want?
“At the end of a bad year, you may find yourself more aged but no more mature; older but not wiser; bigger but not stronger; a head and shoulder taller than everyone around you, but not an inch more elevated in their eyes and estimation.”
Things do not just happen. The law of cause and effect is at work in every area of our life. The things that consume you and eat away at your heart truly matter.
How can it make sense to decide who will be significant in our lives based on a single impression or encounter with them? It obviously cannot.
Our fears more than anything else can keep us from doing things we love most. Here is a small story about why and how you should fight fear.
Sometimes you are going so great and out of nowhere – major injury, major expenses, major losses. What do you do when your life makes a major detour? Here are 3 things to remember.