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Success tips

4: Hunt for mentors

People who “make it” usually credit their success to a mentor or a group of mentors who really helped guide them to get to where they are.

Mentors have gone down the road that you want to travel and guide you to get to your destination faster than if you went at it alone. If you usually find you want to be healthy, you would find a mentor who is already healthy. If you want to be rich, then you have to find someone who is already rich.

What surprises me is how rarely people engage in mentoring relationships and those who do usually find mentors in only one aspect of their lives. If you want to be successful, be active about finding mentors that will help you achieve what you want.

Success tips

2: Be Extraordinary

If you do the same thing as everyone else, its hard to be successful. It is important  to find the edge and then push past it. That is how you become noticed and get what you want. Whether it is money, meaningful relationships and/or a sense of personal accomplishment, the extraordinary person attracts them all.

How are you extraordinary? If you feel just ordinary, what are you going to do to become extraordinary?


Thursday Motivation

A joke with a serious message:

There once was a con­struc­tion worker who had a cer­tain com­plain­ing habit. Here is how the story goes.

Mon­day at noon he opened his lunch bag and saw a baloney sand­wich. He ate that for Lunch.

On Tues­day at noon, he opened his lunch bag again and saw another baloney sand­wich. He was a bit annoyed but he ate it.

On Wednes­day at noon guess what hap­pened. He saw the same sand­wich again. Now he began to com­plain. “Another Baloney Sandwich!!!”

Thurs­day came and once again he screamed “Another Baloney Sand­wich, Another Baloney Sand­wich if I see this thing again tomor­row I may have to kill myself!”

Fri­day the same thing hap­pened and as he kept scream­ing “A Baloney Sand­wich, another Baloney Sand­wich!” one of his cowork­ers said “Hey, why don’t you tell your wife to stop pack­ing all these Baloney Sand­wiches for you.”

His reply was ” Hey you leave my wife out of this! You hear! You leave my wife out of this! I pack my own lunch!!!!”

Now it sounds kind of funny and some may say that no one could be that stu­pid yet many times we are like that man.

You’re prob­a­bly say­ing to your­self there is no way you can be that dumb but let me explain it to you.

How many peo­ple today keep com­plain­ing about their present sit­u­a­tion and they are doing absolutely noth­ing about it. They are just like that man. Some peo­ple keep com­plain­ing about their jobs but they aren’t even send­ing out a resume to get another one. Some peo­ple keep com­plain­ing about their teach­ers who can’t seem to teach well but they aren’t even look­ing to get some extra lessons to help them.

We love to have a pity party instead of tak­ing per­sonal respon­si­bil­ity for our lives.

As Jim Rohn would say “If you want things to change then you have to change. If you want things to get bet­ter then you need to get better.”

Stop com­plain­ing and start explain­ing. If you want to lose weight then join a gym, if you want to write a book, then write that first page. Do some­thing with your life.

Excusi­tis is not going to take you any­where. We cre­ate our own Baloney in our lives and if we don’t do any­thing about it, it will remain with us for the rest of our lives.

Now stop read­ing this and go take some action!!!!