Books
Brian Tracy,Mohamed Isa

The Success Blueprint

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What have I contributed today outside my role description to help someone else win?
If you haven’t helped someone ‘win’ in the last 24 hours, write down one thing you will do tomorrow. Then do it.
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Ask yourself: What can I do today that my future self will thank me for?
To get where you want to be, you must invest in your mindset. This is where an external partner with “insider knowledge” will accelerate your results. Your life only gets better when you do. Work on you, and life will work for you.
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For each, write the answers to these 5 questions:
1.What am I most afraid of and trying to avoid?
2.How can I turn this into an opportunity?
3.How is this helping me in ways I have yet to identify?
4.What is the quickest way to resolve this?
5.How will my life be different when this is resolved?
Then do whatever it takes to action them! Adversity is your opportunity to shine, so get excited!
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I had to regard all obstacles as opportunities, and address all conflicts.
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made my first key decision, to create economic independence and to live life on my terms. And it was the most powerful moment of my life to that point.
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lived in The World of YES every day during that time and asked myself “SO WHAT?” every time any negative thought came up in my mind.
b8913511959has quoted2 years ago
The number one thing that stands between you and your success is your thoughts.
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I was losing confidence
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I had nothing to complain about
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The only way to reprogram this conversation in your head – so that it aligns with the success you want to achieve and the person you want to be and the life you want to live – is to transform your thoughts from The World of NO to The World of YES.
b8913511959has quoted2 years ago
That means we have about three thousand thoughts per hour when we are awake, or fifty thoughts per minute—almost one thought every single second. Most of our lives are spent in what I call – The World of NO.
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National Science Foundation estimated that our brains produce as many as fifty thousand thoughts per day, 70-80 percent of which are negative thoughts.
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Key Inquiries: “What experiences do I have that I could share with a high school or college student?” and “What can I do to make my community a better place?”
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Key Inquiries: “What can I do to facilitate the team success as well as the success of the individuals on the team?” and “Am I genuinely thinking about “we,” or am I too focused on “me?”
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Key Inquiries: “Are the priorities sufficiently clear to expedite execution and facilitate team success?” and “Is there a better way to accomplish this goal with better efficiency?”
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Key Inquiries: “Does my team understand my intent enough to trust my actions?” and “What behaviors can I practice that will build trust and not create trust taxes?”
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No matter how busy I become, I take time for my health and exercise is a daily routine. This focused self-discipline has stood me in good stead recovering from significant injuries and as I successfully battled a brain tumor.
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sharing that goal with a mentor, a friend, or a loved one (your “accountability partner”), you animate the process, and make achieving success far more probable.
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Setting goals is important but establishing metrics by which those goals can be measured is even more vital.
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Key Inquiries: “What Five Values define me?” and “Am I living my life and making decisions that are consistent with these values?”
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