Recap on the Part 1 of the 7 Characteristics of Highly Successful People, I posted about dream. Their dreams are different from the dreams of many others. In Part 2, we are going to focus on FAILURE.
If you have never fail before, you never really live.
When you have been living on the edge, taking risk all the time; you would have failed at least in your lifetime. The point is how do you view failure. Highly successful people view failures differently.
Do you read the biography of the highly successful people? Do you hear their life stories in some seminars? Do you watch them on video interviews? What was going on your mind when you were read, hear or watch them? I always have two questions in mind.
What did they do differently? (external)
What is going on in their mind? (internal)
Starting a business is called the road less travelled. Entrepreneurship is not for the faint hearted. I am absolutely not the faint hearted. Thinking that it was not difficult enough, I raise the intensity of the challenge. I started my business in 2003 with only one month of reserves, no cashflow and a car loan.
Challenging, isn’t it?
Six months ago, I made a goal. Gain muscle mass of about 3kg. I signed up a gym membership for my regular workout. While I’m writing this post, I gain 4kg. In the process of achieving this goal, I learned new knowledge about exercising. Maybe specifically gaining weight for my body type. This new knowledge is related to success in life.
Are you having this belief of “Seeing is Believing”? If you truly believe this statement, you may be a follower all the time. You may not have created anything or started anything new. You won’t be the pioneer of anything, you are definitely not a trailblazer.
A more powerful belief is “Believing is Seeing”. The state of innovation and revolution starts from here. Those with this belief lead the pack. They start things when no one sees. They truly believe that they can create something out of nothing. Continue reading
My week was filled with anxiety, tiredness but fulfilling feeling. Anxiety because I was taking on two new things in a week with one came with complication. Tired because of creating new talks one after another, plus the complication that can really sap up my energy.
Murphy’s Law is such a pain in the ass. I hope that Murphy doesn’t show up in my life at all. But it’s impossible to stop him, and Murphy loves to show up when you don’t want him to. He loves to show up at the “right” time.
Murphy says, “Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong.” How many times have you experience this statement? Especially during times of urgency, things go all the way wrong.