Profit and loss in business are sometimes inevitable, a lot of risks could be involved in order to acquire enormous success in life. I for one ought to have thrown in the towel long ago, if giving up is an option for me.“Tough times never last, but tough people do”. – Robert H. Schuller. Are you aware that each human being has been allocated the exact same number of hours and minutes every day? This applies to the rich and the poor. No matter how much time you’ve wasted in the past, endeavour to make good use of your life now since you’re still alive and kicking. Did you know that inferiority complex could hold you back from ever realising your dreams until you breathe your last breath?
Experience has taught me that learning curves enable people to grow on a beautiful memory to reflect on, or a motivating factor to act upon. If you must avoid previous or past mistakes in life, then allow your experiences to be your best teacher. In other words, a person is expected to learn from his/her past mistakes and never to dwell on past successes either. If you dwell on your past achievement it will deter you from having major financial breakthroughs.
At this juncture, the right drive to acquire what you’re most passionate about in life cannot be overemphasised. Are you intrinsically motivated to achieve dreams far bigger than yourself? If that’s the case, don’t let the sky be your limit. Strive harder so you can fly on Eagles wings. On a more serious note, if you most make outstanding results and timely progress; you should be the teachable type. I mean, be ready to learn and ask questions when you need to.
Furthermore, carry out a research if it is necessary, read motivational and inspirational business books, connect with the people in the same business niche with you, read helpful blog posts, podcasts, audio messages, video messages relating to your business or your dream business. Get yourself a mentor or coach if the need arises. Never base your focus on what went wrong, instead, concentrate on what could go right in the next step you’re about to take.
Learn from your past mistakes as indicated above and ensure to set realistic and achievable goals for your future targets. Avoid unfriendly friends, a true friend is the one who sticks with you through thick and thin, no matter what, even when the whole world has backed off. Most importantly, you are the sole architect of your own fortune. Therefore, avoid being redundant except you find yourself in a situation far beyond your control. If your current job or business is making you miserable, find a new one before it’s too late. Your decisions and your own actions determine what your life will be like. You shouldn’t blame other people for your problems. In order not to deal with regrets in the future, you’ve got to make hay whilst the Sun shines.
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