Do you have the right mindset?
Habit 1 – Be a ‘can doer’
Think about what you want and what you can do to make
Habit 2 – What’s your goal ?
If you know what you’re trying to achieve – you can work towards it!
Habit 3 – Prioritise!
What do you need to do, to achieve your goal?
Tip – ‘the only way to eat an elephant is in small bites’!
Habit 4 – Think ‘win-win’
What can you do for others and what can they do for you?
Habit 5 – Assuming makes an ass out of u and me!
Listen and ask questions – never assume. Seek first to
understand and then to be understood. Ask yourself
‘what am I assuming that might be holding me back?’
Habit 6 – Work with others for a shared goal
Who can help you achieve your goal and what’s in it for them?
Habit 7 – Do things that make you happy
Particularly if you’re not having a good day!
Anything is possible for you! You just need to know what you want then work out how you’re going to get there….
‘Olympic Fever’ took over the country in 2012, and with every medal came a story of individual and team success.
So what can we learn from the Olympic Athletes about what it takes to achieve success?
This is the mind-set that’s displayed time and time again by our inspirational medal winners:
Learning from Past Failures
The Importance of ‘Team’
Jessica Ennis-Hill – Motivation
Bradley Wiggins – Resilience
Christine Ohuruogu – Self Belief
This is the mind-set we need to adopt to achieve success in any area of life.
10 tips for a Successful Mindset
In my quest to learn about the mindset of successful people, I recently read John Bird’s book as a ‘Quick Read’. For anyone that hasn’t heard of John – he is founder of ‘The Big Issue’. I jotted down a few tips that hit home for me…
John Bird, Founder of ‘The Big Issue’
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger
Give yourself a label for what you want to become
Aim big, get there small
One of our most valuable rights is ‘the right to think for ourselves’
Regret runs deeper than mistakes
What is the one thing that you would regret not doing?
Don’t wait for things to be perfect before you try
Act instead of talking about it
Don’t compare yourself to others
Make the best of the worst
Taken from ‘How to Change your Life in 7 Steps’ by John Bird
How can you apply these tips to your life?