I used to believe that mindsets were the only thing that separated success from failure, in the accomplishment of any of your dreams. This weekend showed me that the world is more than the mind.
Raised to believe that competition is the driving force of success, we often forget the aspect of humanity that makes us stronger than competition ever could.
Having the ability to put yourself on the line, and make new connections is an invaluable skill set. This allows to you to live the life you want; meeting your ideal friends, girlfriend, and all of your clients. Only if you know how to communicate effectively with these people once you meet them...
Procrastination is worse than the common cold; it takes you over and restrains your body to the spot that it stands. Optimizing at all times is the best way to eliminate procrastination, and the method of application is just as easy as procrastination.
"What you give, you shall receive," is the idea that's been around for a long period of time. In the material world we live in, it's hard to understand that concept. What value can you give, that doesn't cost a cent, that means more than money could ever buy?
The mind is tricky, finding reasons to succeed can be one of the toughest obstacles to overcome. Increased awareness of how to make yourself successful is essential in getting the things that you want out of life.
Is what you're doing now, in line with what you would love to do? Bootcamp this weekend inspired me to appreciate my existence. The students this weekend taught me that life is about making what you do now, in line with what you would love to do.
Mental chatter restrains you, as the person that sparks your intrigue passes you by. The way your mind works keeps you from seizing opportunities, you've kept yourself inside of your head for much too long; failing to express your interest when it is sparked.
Everyone has potential, few tap into it. What's the difference between success and failure? What's the definition of willpower? Success has a million different definitions, but the process to success comes down to the unlocking the ability to unleash your potential.
Social Dynamics says that you are a result of your environment. I had a conversation with a Lifestyle Enthusiast the other day, and he told me that everything in life comes down to a decision, the most beneficial decisions are the most painful.