Do you consider yourself a winner? When you tackle a challenge, do you approach it from a winner’s perspective? To have a winner’s state of mind you must learn how to be in control of your own emotions and behavior. One way to do this is by creating a personal vision.
Vision is a significant part of winning or achieving that which we proclaim we want to achieve. Without a personal winning vision, it is not clear how we can win. Approaching your challenges with this mind-set, you are expressing, a belief in yourself, your project and your worth that may ultimately end up looking like success and win.
Believe that any change you make in your life will have a direct impact on your success. Remove all limiting beliefs that will hold you bak from growing your inner self and achieving a new heightened success. Visualize what success mean to you. Visualize what your vision would be. Put that into perspective and begin working on your to do list. Capitalize on your perseverance since no one wants to quit when they’re winning.
Sir Winston Churchill took three years getting through eight grade because he had trouble learning English. It seems ironic that years later Oxford University asked him to address its commencement exercises.
He arrived with his cigar, a cane and a top hat. As he approached the podium, the crowd rose in appreciative applause. In confidence, removing his cigar, carefully placing his top hat on the podium, Churchill gazed at his audience and shouted, “Never give up!”
His words thundered in their ears, as he reached for his hat and cigar and left the platform. His commencement address was finished.
Extremely short speech yet precise and to the point. If you want to achieve anything in life, you should never give up.
Being successful is not an accident or luck. Successful people learn what it takes to get ahead and plan accordingly. We all understand that building a house takes a plan, a blue print and a checklist to ensure a strong foundation, but we forget that building a successful life also requires a plan, a blueprint, and a checklist.