Live a purpose driven and productive life.
Make an honest living. Serve the people you care.
Practise your duty, your mission. Live a life of no regret.
Do the ONE THING that matters, shut out all other noises.
Eyes on the prize, not the words or behavior of small people.
Be a rock star of your own right.
Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach. Right, rather be a successful teacher than a failed doer.
Find your voice, your place in the universe, then project and amplify it into greatness.
Focused effort on high-impact projects.
Consistent effort in completing little tasks. Tasks that fit clearly into your big-picture plan.
“Concretize” your ideas. Ideas are easy, but never going to crystallize except first put into some tangible form.
Take your own advice. Life wisdom is readily available, the challenge is in the consistent practice.
FEO – find engine optimization.
You stand zero winning chance fighting with the future.
Fix the cracks when they first appear.
Emotional intelligence is a lifelong learning process.
Immune yourself from the small people’s small, offensive behavior. Keep your cool and focus on your core objectives.
Emotion is your friend. Emotion is your enemy too.
Active awareness of the negative emotions, identify the sources and find opportunities to improve your life.
Be grounded and centred. Bear in mind your objectives, all the time. No time and energy to spend on your trivial emotional needs.
More important than trying to be the best, trying to get the best onto your team.
A teacher helps his students become a better version of themselves.
It takes practice but is worth the effort : listen to the underlying intentions and thoughts / emotions, not the words and phrases.
Be obsessed with facts in intellectual pursuits, but not dealings with irrational human beings.
Basic principles and habits, strictly adhered to, make a huge impact on your life.
Act fast. Whatever you are after, there’s always competition.
Focus on the strategic objectives.
The input plays an important role in determining the way you think and behave.
Cool mind and strong heart. Whatever coming your way, face it head on.
It takes training and time to cultivate a strategic mindset.
You eventually, inevitably come to the conclusion that you can only focus on one thing at a time.
Keep your priorities right, in terms of tasks and relationships.
Be a problem solver, a leader, not a whiner.
Be realistic about the actual, underlying nature / reality of all interaction. Be fooled you not by the appearance.
From the position of strength, you negotiate.
From the position of the board, you communicate.
Neglect the strategic objectives and big picture at your own risk.
Be distracted you not from the strategic priorities by low-value, assigned tasks.
Following your rationality not your feelings.
Cultivate a strategic mindset. It’s never too late.
Tighten the deadline, raise the bar, lift the benchmark. Demand from yourself world class performance even if you are in a local league. And don’t forget to give the major league a call.
The simplest task turns into an excruciatingly tough challenge if you compress the deadline or increase the repetition significantly.
Assume leadership traits, even without positions.
It all starts with your awareness.
Up early. Set the right tone from the beginning.
Step up to the plate when the big opportunity emerges.
Blast new paths, take the new challenges. Rest you not on the glory of the past.
Face your fear. Bring out the gems in you that you never before realized.
Focus on your objective. Allow no distraction from the emotional elements.
Train yourself to become decisive.