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    • 1www.exploreHR.orgWhyWeFail?
    • 2www.exploreHR.orgYou can download this presentation file at:www.exploreHR.orgVisit www.exploreHR.org for morepresentations on Human Capital Strategyand Personal Development
    • 3www.exploreHR.org1. Lack of Persistence1. Lack of PersistenceMore people fail not because they lackknowledge or talent but because they quit.The total secret of success lies in two words,persistencepersistence and resistanceresistance. Persist in whatmust be done and resist what ought not to bedone.
    • 4www.exploreHR.orgWhen problems seeminsurmountable, quitting seemsto be the easiest way out……
    • 5www.exploreHR.orgWinners are struck but notdestroyed. We all have hadsetbacks in life. Failing does notmean we are failures.
    • 6www.exploreHR.org2. Lack of Conviction2. Lack of ConvictionPeople who lack convictiontake the middle of the road;and guess what happens inthe middle of the road?You get run over.
    • 7www.exploreHR.orgPeople withoutPeople withoutconviction do not takeconviction do not takea standa stand. They go alongto get along becausethey lack confidenceand courage.
    • 8www.exploreHR.orgThey conform in orderto get accepted evenwhen they know thatwhat they are doing iswrong. They behavelike part of a herd.
    • 9www.exploreHR.org3. Rationalizing3. RationalizingWinners may analyze but neverrationalize. That is a losers game.Losers always have a book full ofexcuses to tell you why they could not.
    • 10www.exploreHR.orgWe hearexcuseslike……
    • 11www.exploreHR.org• Im unlucky• Im born under the wrong stars• Im not good looking• I dont have contacts• I dont have enough money• The economy is bad• If only I had the opportunity• If only I didnt have a familyThe list can go on andThe list can go on andon…….on…….
    • 12www.exploreHR.org4. Not Learning from4. Not Learning fromPast MistakesPast Mistakes
    • 13www.exploreHR.orgSome people live and learnSome people live and learn, andsome only live. Wise people learnfrom their mistakes.
    • 14www.exploreHR.orgPeople who do not learn lessons fromhistory are doomed. Failure is ateacher if we have the right attitude.Failure is a detour, not a dead end.Failure is a detour, not a dead end.It is a delay, not a defeat. Experienceis the name we give to our mistakes.
    • 15www.exploreHR.org5. Lack of Discipline5. Lack of DisciplineAnyone who hasaccomplished anythingworthwhile has neverdone so withoutdiscipline.
    • 16www.exploreHR.orgDiscipline takes self-control, sacrifice, andavoiding distractions andtemptations. It meansstaying focused. Steamdoes not move the engineunless it is confined.Niagara Falls would notgenerate power unless itwere harnessed.
    • 17www.exploreHR.org6. Poor Self-Esteem6. Poor Self-EsteemPoor self-esteem is alack of self-respect andself-worth. It leads toabuse of ones self andothers.
    • 18www.exploreHR.orgPeople with low self-esteem areconstantly looking for identity. They aretrying to find themselves. Ones self isOnes self isnot to be found but to be created.not to be found but to be created.
    • 19www.exploreHR.orgIdleness is like rust that eats into the mostbrilliant metal.Idleness and laziness are consequencesof poor self-esteem and so is makingexcuses.
    • 20www.exploreHR.org7. FatalisticAttitude
    • 21www.exploreHR.orgA fatalistic attitudeA fatalistic attitude prevents peoplefrom accepting responsibility for theirposition in life. They attribute successand failure to luck. They resignthemselves to their fate.
    • 22www.exploreHR.orgThey believe and accept thepredestined future written intheir horoscope or stars, thatregardless of their effortwhatever has to happen willhappen.
    • 23www.exploreHR.orgHence they never put in any effort andcomplacency becomes a way of life. Theywait for things to happen rather than makerather than makethem happen.them happen.
    • 24www.exploreHR.orgSource of Reference:Shiv Khera, You Can WinYou Can Win, New Dawn Press.