You are a winner if you keep achieving
are happy in
your own skin.
Seeing Life Differently
The secret of winning in life lies in seeing life
differently - in its different shades and outcomes.
becomes a path that leads to
Winners do not value life as much as what they can do with it. For them life
is not a tedious journey from the womb to the tomb. It is a journey about
crossing milestones and looking forward to new ones."4
The best place to start is to
change yourself. If whatever
you do doesn't work, you must be flexible
- you must change your action plan if the current one does not produce the
If you want other people to change, you must be
prepared to make the first step yourself. If you cannot change your
environment, you should
change your attitude.
A Win is a
"The winners stun us not by their cleverness,
but by the fact that every tiny aspect of the business is just a touch
better than the norm."
out best for those who make the best of the way the things work out...
Conquer the angry man by
Focus is Everything
To win, you must have a strong focus. You have
limited resources and must
use them in the most
effective way. What
is the best focus you can have?
5 Things You Should Know To Win
Art of War by Sun Tzu
You must know five things to win:
Victory comes from knowing when to attack and
when to avoid battle...
The Foundation of
12 Major Causes of
Failure in Leadership
When you take complete responsibility and
accept ownership, without making excuses or blaming others, you experience a
sense of control that leads to the personal power that is the foundation of
charisma. When you look like a winner in every respect, when you have the
kind of external image that others admire, you build your charisma. When you
develop your character by setting high standards and then disciplining
yourself to live consistent with the highest principles you know, you become
the kind of person who is admired and respected everywhere. You become the
kind of person who radiates charisma to others...
Entrepreneurial Leader: 4
has been with the
General Electric Company (GE)
since 1960. Having taken GE with a market capitalization of about $12
billion, Jack Welch turned it into one of the largest and most admired
companies in the world, with a market value of about $500 billion, when he
stepped down as its CEO 20 years later, in 2000. Although Jack Welch is "the
leader of a global manufacturer often noted for its technological
prowess, he has utilized a very human process to
through GE's vast organization. Having respect for the individual as a
pivotal force in
Why Organizational Change Fails:
8 Errors Leaders Makes
Welch created a model of exceptional
corporate leader can learn from.
Jack Welch summed up his prescription for winning in three words:
25 Lessons from Jack
Develop a Clear Vision
The one quality that all
have in common is that they have a
clear and exciting vision for the future. This is something that only the
leader can do. Only the leader can think about the future and
plan for the future each day...
Success is 99% Failure
To err is human. If there is no mistake, there
is no initiative. Not to admit a mistake or a
failure is a sign of weakness.
Remember always the
NLP presupposition: "There is no failure, only
mistakes to success – that's really what experience means. Mistakes can be
your most effective teacher.
"Just like a great building stands on a strong foundation, so does
And the foundation of success is
Inspirational Business Plan:
winner is the chef who takes the same ingredients as everyone else and produces
the best results."
Edward de Bono...
The biggest risk is not taking risks. If you
venture nothing, you win nothing. "Security is mostly a superstition. It
does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience
it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life
is either a daring adventure or nothing," says Helen Keller...
Winners: a New Formula for Success...
Winners versus Losers...
Rules of Self-motivation...
To Lead Themselves...
of Achievement: Creating Inevitable Success...
Creative Problem Solving (CPS)....
The Prescription for
Winning in Business...
Case in Point