Author – Emmanuel
1. Give up on short term mindset.
Successful people set long term goals even when they feel it might not be achieved but they make it their greatest priority to achieve it. Your daily habbit is what helps you achieve your long term goal.
People who set short term goals just think of ways of making quick money; buh this doesn’t last long
2. Give up playing small
You have to take full ownership of yourself. You have to give up on the little things people say about you and think forward. Dream freaking big.
3. Give up excuses
Winners are always like “I can’ but losers be like “I can’t”. Losers always be like “it’s because of this or that, I can’t, I won’t be able to do that, I don’t have the money and resource to do it” But winners takes advantage of their situation and make something better out of it. If you don’t have the money you got to find it. For example if I ask you to bring £100 for £100000 won’t you go any extra mile to get the money. If you are lacking money get creative and find money. You are never lacking resources you are only lacking your resourcefulness. If you really want to be successful you really have to be resourceful and give up excuses.
4. Give up your need to be liked
If you want to please everyone in life you would never be successful. If you look at every great person on this planet they are willing to give up on their own truth not their neighbours truth. If you do this the people who don’t like you are gonna begin to hate you and the people who like you would begin to love you. If you look at any leader you want, they are willing to speak the truth.
5. Give up toxic people
If you hang around with Losers, you are going to be a loser. If you hang around with winners you would be a winner as well
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