Speed saves lives. I think, if we had a speed limit of about 100mph, we could have had fewer accidents in average. Now don't ask me about the statistics because I don't know how they look like. But here is my point. Without speed, then focus, drive, attention, energy and alertness of purpose - as we move … Continue reading #SuccessLovesSpeed
In the last few days, I've met a few old work colleagues. As you can probably guess, the first question that comes to mind when we meet old friends is, what are you up to? In other words, 'are you doing better than me? Are you succeeding more than I do? These are questions we … Continue reading finding success: on the far side of failure
Did you know that if you act happy, even by pretend smiles you end up becoming happy? Did you know that if you clench your fist you can increase your willpower? And that if you act like you are not that important, all that successful, all that goal-achieving person, you end up well... now you … Continue reading William James: ‘If you want quality, act as if you already have it.’
the first group - the losers I've worked in so many companies/industries and with different people, but in all that I know for sure that one thing is clear: Those who progress faster in their fields have great work ethic while those who make little progress year after year are simply smart whiners. I don't care how … Continue reading are you known for your work ethic or for being a crying baby?