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8 pieces of advice as I struggle to get my resolutions turned into a vision board, turned into an RPM (Results focused, Purpose driven, Massive action plan)

08 Jan

1. Always define your goals. There is very thin line between your dreams and your goals. By giving to dreams a definition, they became goals, and therefore they become achievable.

2. Learn from other people’s mistakes. It is cheaper, easier and less painful.

3. Postpone the success for the later time. If you did not achieve the goal today as you planned, tell to yourself “I have not lost; I just postponed the result I want till the later time”. Wake up next day and continue the battle for it. Never give up.

4. Think how can use your failure. Failure is not a real failure if you use that as knowledge.

5. If you look at your goal and you do not know now how to do it, it does not mean that this is impossible.

6. Your desire of success should be higher than your fear of failure.

7. DATE THE DREAM!

8. Do not focus on the result. Focus on change and you will get the results!

Thanks and credit go to a cool Swedish blogger “Life as an Investment” – click here to visit his / her site where I got this great advice.

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1 Comment

Posted by on January 8, 2014 in - Quotes, Investments

 

One response to “8 pieces of advice as I struggle to get my resolutions turned into a vision board, turned into an RPM (Results focused, Purpose driven, Massive action plan)

  1. Life as an Investment

    January 8, 2014 at 3:48 am

    That blogger is she 🙂
    My name is Norda
    Nice to meet you Anric.
    Thanks for sharing.

     

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