Tag Archives: mindset

6 Characteristics of Resourceful People That Bring Them Success

There is no decision that we can make that doesn’t come with some sort of balance or sacrifice. – Simon Sinek

Resourcefulness is a mindset. And there is a nice article by Entrepreneur discussing the six characteristics of resourceful people.

If you didn’t have the characteristics, don’t worry.

You can change it. Start to live a better life today!

 

Meng

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Programming Your Mind for Success

To travel is to take a journey into yourself. – Danny Kaye

Carrie Green gave a brilliant talk on being successful.

Why we didn’t take the actions to succeed? Typical reasons (or excuses) given are fear, obstacles, and lack of motivation.

When we are presented with a challenge – what really went through your mind? To dismiss it, to grab it, or to do it out of goodwill?

The mind influences our decisions to make, our actions to take, and subsequently the results we will get.

If we do not know what to do, but we are committed to achieve our end results, what do we do? We ask. It’s as simple as that. Ask for directions and help.

Success needs to have a feeling of being fulfilled. Success without pursuing your passion is wrong. It won’t last. It would make your life hollow.

Success depends on how you control your self-limiting beliefs. Focus on the things that you want to achieve (the why, the what, the how), instead of the awful thoughts and problems.

If you want to know more of her, here’s her facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/FemaleEntrepreneurAssociation

What would your mind tell you to do? Or rather, what would you tell our mind to think?

 

Meng

Winners, Losers and Bystanders

You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win. – Zig Ziglar

According to Dr Denis Waitley’s Psychology of Winning, there are three types of people – bystanders, losers, and winners.

Would you let life drift you by, oblivious of what is happening?

Would you play victim with the situation you are in?

Or, would you take chances and create your own destiny?

There is no right or wrong answer here. It is your life,  anyway.

But are you happy with what you are doing right now?

Psychology of Winning is an interesting book. Borrow it from the library or you can get it here.
Meng