What are the emotions that make all success possible?
What's the fuel that takes an idea from being in your head, where you, intellectually, know what to do?
How many have had an idea, for example, it was a great idea; you're excited about it, and then you didn't do anything? Then, one day, there you saw it, on the shelf. You saw it somewhere. Someone stole your idea. How many have had this happen? The only difference between you and that person was not that they had more resources. They were more resourceful.
Success and failure are not giant events. They don't just show up. You don't just suddenly became successful or suddenly have this cataclysmic (tragic) event that makes you fail. It may look that way, but failure comes from all the little things. It's failure to make the call. It's failure to check the books. It's failure to say "I'm sorry." It's failure to push yourself to do things, physically, that you don't want to do. All those little failures, day after day, come together until, one day, some cataclysmic event happens, and you blame that. That event happened because you missed all the little stuff. Do you agree with me?
Success, by the way, is not some overnight event. It's all these little things. Success is having a vision. Success is making it compelling. Success is really seeing it and feeling it, everyday, with strong enough reasons. Success is feeling the sense that "I'm here to grow, and I'm here to give something to the world, more than just myself." All the little stuff, that's where success comes from. In business, it comes from delivering more than anybody could imagine. All those little things add up, and people go, "Wow. That's who I want to do business with." It's true in any area of your life.
Leverage is critical. You know how I get so much done? Because I don't just get it done. I know the outcome. I know the purpose, and I look for leverage. Leverage is different than delegation. What's the problem with delegation?
Delegation is you have all that needs to be done, so you give it to someone else. You tell them what needs to be done, and when they don't do it, you're pissed off.
Leverage says, "I can move the biggest boulder in the world, with a little bit of effort. I have something I can do it with, but I'm still part of it."http://www.yousubtitles.com/Tony-Robbinss-Top-10-Rules-For-Success-TonyRobbins-id-880813
Aayen-e-Nau Se Darna, Tarz-e-Kuhan Pe Urna
Manzil Yehi Kathan Hai Qoumon Ki Zindagi MeinTo be afraid of the new ways, to insist on the old ones
This is the only difficult stage in the life of nations
Imam Ali (AS): "Whoever has identified his self in reality has recognized his Creator."https://www.google.ca/search?q=he+who+recognised+himself+recognised+the+creator+imam+ali+as&oq=he+who+recognised+himself+recognised+the+creator+imam+ali+as&aqs=chrome..69i57.38055j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
When someone is mean, don’t listen. When someone is rude, walk away. When someone tries to put you down, stay firm. Don’t let someone else’s bad behavior destroy your inner peace.