Monday, November 5, 2007

How to Enjoy Your Work Part 2

Achievement is a blend of ability and confidence. The following guidelines may help to free your misgivings and accomplish every enterprise you undertake.

Get rid of your fears of failure
Remember that quote by Dr. Robert Schuller: What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail? Instead of wallowing in your fears and insecurities, put all your energy into achieving what you really desire. If you expect to fail, then don't be surprised if you do because you have asked for it. However, if you expect to succeed, then the sky is the limit.

Achieve what you want
Expect the best possible outcome. Let your mind automatically lead you to achieving that outcome. Visualize your success in full colour and surround sound. The more detail you see and the more emotion you feel, the more you strengthen your belief in your success.

Increase your confidence
Strengthen your beliefs. Remember past successes and how you felt when you achieved them. Now, utilise that potent motion. By looking back at past victories, you'll be more grounded in achieving future triumphs. Believe in the power of your mind to turn wishes into reality.

Dream big
Dreams are an important element to success. If you don’t allow yourself to dream, you will never give yourself a reason to move forwards to achievement. Remember, it's free to dream.

Set small achievable goals
Together, these small goals and triumphs all add up to one grand victory. You learn from each of them, you know what are the pitfalls, the shortcuts, and tactics. Every step you take in the right direction is a step closer to your ultimate success. Without small steps, you can't check your progress.

Never compromise
This may sound idealistic, or even better just read in print rather than put into real-life action, but if you know where you stand and stood firm for your principles, then it will show in your work.

Reward yourself
No matter how small, reward yourself for every success. This make your campaign more gratifying and you’ll know in your own mind you are on the right track.

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