Do what you do, do well.
Oh what a great song, thanks for sharing it, so easy to identify with the words and sing along.
Follow your bliss. Whatever you enjoy doing, will not be a job. Whatever you do well, will not take effort. Finding the right fit for those endeavours, is the challenge. Turn over every rock, and look underneath, you'll never know, unless you try. It takes determination, drive, and dedication. Those qualities will also come naturally, if it's something you really want.
"Finding the right fit for those endeavors, is the challenge." I love how you put that. Yes, taking action is easy, figuring out illusion from reality, there is the bliss.....
I personally have experience in those endeavors, and the challenges. Road blocks can only strengthen your drive. Perceive those "road blocks" as an opportunity, not a set back . Can become very discouraging, but head up, and looking straight ahead
The importance of trying hard is explained well in teh answer. Its a wonderful answer.
Napoleon Hill said: “Define your dream, and get a burning desire for its achievement.”
This means to first clearly define your dream or goal, and then to keep focused on it with an obsession. It has to be something you really, really want. Put pictures up to keep it in front of you and in your mind most of the time. The mindset is far more important than the doing of things. Henry Ford put it this way: “If you think you can or if you think you can’t, either way you are right. It’s the thinking that makes it so.”
A free audio course that teaches this is here: mixcloud.com/yourwishisyourcommand
No one ever said it better or more succinctly than Napoleon Hill. Definitely worth following.
Here is 31:35 minutes of the best speech ever recorded regarding success, financial or otherwise: Inside you will hear this phrase about success defined:
"progressively realize a worthy Ideal."
So, here's my answer:
1) Clarify a worthy ideal
2) work at it one step at a time
3) convince yourself you can accomplish this ideal
4) Start working at it now
5) never quit improving your heart and mind!
Good luck and if you want more help find me!
The mystery of successful and happy life lies in our interests, and good memory which is the basis of our interest, the power of desire and aim, keeping ourselves smiling and the character which is the foremost important reason for a successful and happy life.
Its a cliche answer, but HARD WORK is KEY
doesn't matter what you are doing, you should be doing it better then anyone else
honestly if you don't work hard you will never be successful and thats a given
II I am going to say that successful people posses the most basic good habits such as timeliness, cleanliness, good moral ethics and the ability to motivate themselves above and beyond the standard expectations simply out of self-satisfaction
Success is truly what you make it. My approach is to pursue a dream relentlessly, learn from others, and above all, never give up.
Success may come in three days or three years. But there are no secret shortcuts that I'm aware of. Hard work and dedication are usually the keys to success.
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