Do you know anyone who was hopeless at school, but went onto become successful? It often happens and you wonder how an underachiever did so well in life. Take Richard Branson as an example. He left school aged 16, having only passed one exam. I’m not sure how many he took, but most British school kids take about eight exams at that age. Yet even though he was dyslexic, and an academic failure, Branson went on to set up the Virgin Group. His global string of airlines, record companies, music shops and a mobile phone company have netted him an estimated US$2.5 billion dollars so far. No matter what you think of Richard Branson’s bouffant hairdo and his publicity stunts, as a role model for success he’s hard to beat
So, How do you get what you want out of life?
These can help to reach your Goals• Spirituality• Happiness• Peace of Mind• Productivity• Self-acceptance and confidence• Meaningful Work
Set your goal and focus on it 100%
Inspiration to help you further your goals The world has so many lessons to teach you. I consider the world, our earth, to be like a school, and our life, the classrooms. Sometimes on our planet life school, the lessons often come dressed up as detours and road blocks and sometimes as full blown crises. And the secret Ive learned to getting ahead is being open to the lessons. – Oprah Winfrey
“ Lifes up and downs provide windows of opportunity to determine your values and goals. Think of using all obstacles as stepping stones to build the life you want.” - Marsha Sinetar
“Life is indeed difficult, partly because of the real difficulties we mustovercome in order to survive, and partly because of our own innatedesire to always do better, to overcome new challenges, to self-actualize. Happiness is experienced largely in striving towards agoal, not in having attained things, because our nature is always towant to go on to the next endeavor. – Albert Ellis, Michael Abrams, Lidia Dengelegi, The Art & Science of Rational Eating, 1992
If you dont designyour own life plan,chances are youll fallinto someone elsesplan. And guesswhat they may haveplanned for you? Notmuch. - Jim Rohn