You must develop the mindset of a goal-oriented person. Know precisely what you are doing, why you are doing it, and where it is taking you.
Develop a clear picture of where you are going. See yourself achieving that goal.
The primary key to reaching greater heights is by developing a mindset of a goal-oriented person.
Being goal-oriented means that you are action-oriented. It means you don’t sit back and wait for things to happen. You make things happen.
Someone said, “Look for an opportunity, but if you don’t get one, create one.”
Action is what counts; it is what separates the rich from the rest of the people.
Action is the thin line that separates high achievers from those branded as average or ordinary people. But we all know there is no such thing as an average person. Everyone is born with unique abilities.
It takes effort to identify your abilities.
It doesn’t matter how many times you get knocked down by setbacks. What matters is how many times you get up, clean off the dust and continue the journey.
Develop a habit of being action-oriented, do it even when it seems impossible, do it until you get it right.
You do not have to get it right at once; every good thing takes time to master, do it repeatedly until you get it right.
If you look around, you will realize that the people who have succeeded in their crafts are those who remained focused.
Look for such people and ask them for assistance. The Bible reads, “Ask, and you shall receive.”
You cannot receive anything if you don’t ask for it.
You will feel discomfort at the start of your journey towards change. It will not be easy; you will feel like giving up on your dream.
It would be best if you prepared yourself psychologically never to give up on your goals.
Remember, you must develop the discipline and the dedication to see your dreams to completion.
Develop an outstanding level of resilience as you work on your dreams because it will not be easy.
Most people give up when it becomes complex.
But keep going because growth only occurs when you begin to feel some level of discomfort. Les Brown once said, “When it is hard, do it hard.”
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Napoleon Hill said, “There is one quality that one must possess to win, and that is the definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what you want and the burning desire to achieve it.”
As you work on your dreams, do not wish it were easy; learn the lessons you need to become stronger and wiser.
“Do not wish it were easy; wish you were better.” Jim Rhone taught me this.
Focus your mind on the rewards rather than on the setbacks that come along the way.