What good is in a setback?

Anyone with common sense will not want to re-do anything that can be done once.The balance of time and responsibility often makes it an inconvenient last resort to detain our resourcefulness to one task that never seems to get done in spite of our best first-go at it. I am typically not excited about a […]

Goal-seeking: keep moving forward

Goal-seeking is a built-in mechanism in man; if there’s nothing to strive for, expect, anticipate and achieve, life suddenly loses it’s appeal. You must have a goal that keeps you excited about your life and what you are making happen for others. Every goal is a means of growth. Tony Robbins says there are two […]

Achievement (2)

Have you decided what it is you really, really want? I was intrigued when I first heard this kind of question. Because I immediately realised that we think we know what we want only to go about life with anything but the kind of clarity required for commitment, dedication, and persistence that guarantee achievement. You […]

Attitude

Attitude is everything. We should not expect to live without some form of resistance. The weather, the economy, peer pressure, other people’s emotions running can make life look miserable. But, if you have a clear picture of where you want to be and a fair idea of when you will like to get there, you […]

Achieving

Yeah, it’s REALLY getting better. How’s it going with you? Let’s get back to our discussion on achievement. There are four steps already introduced: Awareness, Approach, Attitude and Achievement. Remember I said: 1. Knowledge is the fuel of awareness. 2. Thoughtfulness is the force of approach. 3. Repetition is the secret of attitude. 4. Consistency […]

Awareness (1)

Knowing what is available, seeing what is possible, viewing the endlessly wide expanse of improvement in your imagination, breathing in the oxygen of desire, thinking on what?, why?, where?, when? & how?, leaving behind the old, embracing the new, fulfilling your innermost passion, deriving your worth, extending your faith, downgrading the visible, emphasizing the invisible, […]