3Clarity Be clear on what you want to become. What it is that you want most passionately? What it is that makes you happy? What it is that you would like to do for a very long time yet circumstances have stopped you and let you burry those dreams underground? 80% of Success is determined by having a clear picture in mind, then rehearsing the feeling of having achieved it, then acting on it.
4Clarity Law of Attraction: Thoughts become Things. We are a living magnet!
5Clarity “Reasons are the fuel in the furnace achievement.”
6Clarity “By failing to plan... you are planning to fail”.
8CompetenceCompetence is about leveraging your technicalknowhow, your abilities, that self-discipline, thatwinning attitude, that leadership, thatcommunications ability...etcHave a teachable attitude; always desire to learnand excel.Be with the right people. Imitate the right people.
9Competence “We stand on theshoulders of giants.”--AlbertEinstein
19ConcentrationKey to success is about having the right focus.Most successful people have the habit of notletting down any task that’s crucial to achievingtheir goalsAfter identifying our goals, or tasks, we need toset out our minds and follow through to achievethem.
20Concentration 80% of 80% of 20% of effort factors resultsPareto 80/20 80% of 20% of Principle factors results
22Creativity Creativity in, a sense, is the ability to use diverse ideas, knowledge, skills and experience to build new ideas that create new often, higher value.Amplification for Stimulated Emission of Radiation
23Creativity “”Insanity” is doing the same things over and over and over again, yet expecting for different results. - Mark Twainplification Radiation
24Creativity 3 Kinds of People 1.) Those who want to be right—accountants, teachers, analysts, scientists, engineers 2.) Those who want to be comfortable—they deserve what they have 3.) Those who need to win—they are not afraid to be wrong, they go out of comfort,
26CourageMost in demand and least in supply, courage isthe willingness to do the things you know areright.Courage is not the absence of fear, but it is thereadiness to conquer one’s fear especially of theunknown, or of uncertainty.Most of the time, we fear leaving our jobs, orhaving our own business because these aretotally new oceans for us, and we fear we maynot always be successful.
27Courage“There is no Triumph.....without Trying.”
28Courage “BIG returns entails HUGErisks. COURAGEdetermines the action.
30Continuous Learning If we want to develop our competence, conquer our constraints, be more creative, be clearer in our goals and plans, and to have the confidence and courage, we need to continually learn and fine tune ourselves with the requirements to meet out goals. Peters Principle: We rise to our level of incompetence. We need to constantly remain green. If we think we are ripe, then we start to rot.