Fear stops people from capitalizing on opportunity; Fear wears down physical vitality; Fear actually makes people sick, cures organic difficulties, shortens life; Fear closes your mouth when you want to speak. Fear is success enemy no-1.
Fear-uncertainty, lack of confidence-explains why we still have economic recessions. Fear explains why millions of people accomplish little and enjoy little. Truly fear is a powerful force. In one way or another fear prevent people from getting what they want from life. It is form of psychological infection. We cure a mental infection the same way we care a body infection-with the specific, proved treatments.
“Deposit only +ve thoughts in your memory bank (Brain)”
“Withdraw only +ve thoughts from your memory bank (Brain)”
The largest inhibitor to success is not starting. We spend hours upon hours learning, planning and strategizing. Then doubt creeps in. What if I mess up? What if I fail? Then 98% of us stop. All that planning was for not. Just start. I think I need to learn more before I start. Sure, pick […]
Successful people do not become that way overnight what most people see at a glance happiness, a great career, wealth, purpose-is the result of hard work and hustle over time.
To be successful, you have to use each day as to improve an opportunity, to be better, to get a little bit closer to your goals. It might sound like a lot of work and a busy schedule, next to impossible. But the best part is, the more you accomplish, the more you’ll want to do, the higher you’ll want to reach.
Intelligence excusitis, or “I lack brains,” is common. In fact, it’s so common that perhaps as many as 95 percent of the people around us have it in varying degrees. Unlike most other types of excusitis, people suffering from this particular type of the malady suffer in silence. Not many people will admit openly that they think they lack adequate intelligence. Rather, they feel it deep down inside.
Most of us make two basic errors with respect to intelligence:
We underestimate our own brainpower.
We overestimate the other fellow’s brainpower.
Because of these errors many people sell themselves short. They fail to tackle challenging situations because it “takes a brain.” But along comes the fellow who isn’t concerned about intelligence, and he gets the job.
The thinking that guides your intelligence is much more important than the quantity of your brainpower. Let me repeat, for this is vitally important: the thinking that guides your intelligence is much more important than how much intelligence you may have.