The beliefs that carried us to initial success may be holding us back in our quest to go to the next level.
People who believe they can succeed see opportunities where others see threats.
When we do what we choose to do, we are committed. When we do what we have to do, we are compliant.
The more we believe that our behavior is a result of our own choices and commitments, there is a very less likelihood of we wanting to change our behavior.
We often get credit for doing something right. We rarely get credit for ceasing to do something terrible; however, they are two sides of the same coin.
There’s a fine line between being competitive and over competitive, between winning when it counts and when no one’s counting.
Successful people become great leaders when they learn to shift the focus from themselves to others.
Refrain from blaming others for the choices you made.
We love a good failure story as long as it ends with success.
It is not the skills we actually have that determine how we feel but the ones we think we have.
It doesn’t matter if glass is half full or half empty, what really matters is whether water is flowing into or out of the glass.
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