Now, this is the foundation of the so-called the-winner effect.
If you’ve never heard about it, then this is what is it is: if you succeed today, you have a chance of succeeding tomorrow, as well. If you succeed in a small way today, you get the confidence to succeed in a big way tomorrow.
That’s why big winners don’t become winners over night.
It just doesn’t happen to them one beautiful summer morning.
If you count the lottery winners as winners then I’d like to ask you to re-tune and even ask you to be kinder with regards to your meaning of success – because at the heart of it, this is what is all about.
The truth of the matter is simple: The more you think you deserve better, the more you decide to work smarter and harder… much harder to get to where you want to get to.
And as you make progress to where you want to get to, the more you feel like you can get even further. In short, your yonder gets even more yonder.
But psychologically, something exciting happens as well.
As you feel that you are capable of bigger and better goals, you persevere a bit longer.
And the more you persevere, the more you raise the bar of your productivity, the more your self-esteem comes bubbling up. And the more that happens, the more you feel good. And the more you feel good, the more you work harder, smarter better, more creative… and the cycle keep going and going.
People who truly feel good about themselves seem to set better and bigger goals. But they just don’t leave it there. They follow through, too. Their self-discipline help them to stick to it all the way. The self-discipline that they developed over time, not over night.
Well, how do you feel today?
We only need to look at your work, at your confidence to know how you feel.
Remember, you don’t have to say a word.
Have a good day!