Everybody has a success formula. The thing about a success formula is that it only works for the person who designed it. Think of a success formula in terms of a template. In theory, that template should work. However, it is the operator who makes the template work. If the operator has difficulty with the template, the template can be perfect and still won't yield results for the operator. Your success formula may not be like the next person's. Success isn't a one-size-fits-all thing. It may work for a little while but eventually the bottom drops out. Formulas, like math, evolve because the variables change. Thus, whatever formula you are using to achieve success must adjust to those changing variables. If not, it's not a success formula. Take some time to think about what works for you, tweak it, work it again and tweak it as many times as necessary until you find what works for you. When the variables change, you'll be able to change without struggling and without frustration.
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Let's face it! Life is going to happen. It happens all the time. It happens when we don't want it to happen. In fact, life is really inconvenient! What sets some of the best leaders and people apart from others is their ability to maintain control under pressure and when "life" happens. They stay focused.
This is a challenge and one that must be mastered. However, it is not inevitable. It is not beyond our reach. It is something, like everything else, that must be practiced. It requires determination and persistence. What you want has to be greater than life's adversities. The question is: "How bad do you want it?"
Too often, we bite off more than we can chew. We reach deep down and tell ourselves, "I think I can! I think I can! I know I can! I know I can!" Sadly, nothing is farther from the truth. Biting off more than we can chew (taking on more than we can handle) is detrimental to us. We tell ourselves we are multitasking and that we are getting so much done. The truth is, multitasking can cause us to miss important things. A CNN report shows when we are multitasking we are actually not multitasking.
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