It doesn't matter who they are - businessmen, artists, sportsmen, inventors - successful people have more things in common than you think. These common attitudes and qualities have been very effective in helping them see things that other people don't see, rise above their personal troubles and outperform their competitors. In other words, they have a successful mindset.
You too, can develop this mindset and harness its power to change your life. You just have to realize that half of what earns you success is being prepared for it. Here are some ways to change your current mindset into a mindset of success...
Case in point: a trucker named Malcolm Mclean, who, as he watched the contents of his truck being loaded onto a ship in 1937, thought that it would be much faster and more convenient if the trailer itself were lifted instead. He turned that idea into a vision and that vision was containerized shipping, revolutionizing the shipping industry.
Successful people are smart enough to recognize a higher power, regardless of their faith. It is this recognition that makes them retain a humility and a sense of integrity and charity to share their wealth and knowledge.
Always on the lookout, successful people see problems as opportunities for change. While other people see a barren land, they see a city of casinos and hotels. Keeping a mindset that's open to possibilities, successful people almost always find themselves in the right place at the right time.
Successful people align themselves with other people who think like winners and stay away from naysayers, while keeping an ear out nonetheless. Marcian Hoff was assigned by his employer, Intel, to work with a group to design silicon chips for a hand-held calculator. They instead managed to create the microprocessor.
Case in point: Denyce Graves grew up in the 70's in a single-parent household that could barely make ends meet. Denyce wanted to be an opera singer but there were some obstacles to her path she didn't have a lot of years in training, she had to learn the foreign languages used in the operas and she was black. At the time, people didn't think blacks could excel in opera. Denyce instead worked harder than anyone else, even cleaned dormitories and washed pots just to pay for school. She went on to sing with Placido Domingo and won standing ovation for her debut in Bizet's Carmen.
Max Kezooki is passionate about helping others succeed in their career and personal life. In particular he recommends you check out "How Powerful People Recognize Each Other - The Mindset of Success" by Robert Pante. This is a training manual for those wishing to emulate the truly successful. As one of America's top image consultants, Robert Pante spent his life surrounded by highly successful people. He condensed everything he witnessed over the years into his book. With each additional reading one gains deeper and deeper realizations and insights on this subject and absorbs the essence of what we need to know to become truly powerful and successful.
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