A butterfly is safe in its cocoon but it can never reach its full potential while staying there. Getting out of the cocoon is tedious, difficult and challenging but it is in the process of coming out the butterfly grows its wings. Change can be scary, change can be painful, but nothing is more painful than staying in a place when the season or opportunities is over. Its challenging launching out to the unknown, it sometimes requires a stretch and sacrifice, because naturally, we all have the tendency to assume the negative of what we don’t know.... Read More
Niklas Zennstrom once said “Surround yourself with smart, dedicated people – to build something isn’t a one-man show. It’s more important to have smart people who really believe in what you are doing than really experienced people who may not share your dream.” A man association will determine his destination. Anyone who is not adding to you will definitely be subtracting from you either emotionally, intellectually, materially or mentally.... Read More
Successful people understand how to live within their means and use loan as a leverage to expand their streams of income. Wealthy people avoid overspending by paying their future selves first. They save 20 percent of their net income and live on the remaining 80 percent. Among those who are struggling financially, almost all are living above their means.... Read More
Having lost his right leg to cancer, Terry Fox embarked on a cross-Canada run called the Marathon of Hope in 1980 to raise money for cancer research. His shuffle-and-hop running style took him about 24 miles per day – close to a complete 26-mile marathon every single day – with an artificial leg! He managed to run for 143 days and covered 3,339 miles from... Read More
Death once wrote a letter to a distant country about his intention of coming to take ten specific but undisclosed people on a particular date. On receiving the letter, the country was thrown into commotion and everybody became terrified. The anxiety gives a lot of people high blood pressure that thousands lost their life before death arrival. On his arrival, he was queried that he only wrote to take ten people but has taken thousands before his appointed date. Read More
"Until you jump, your parachute won't open." Jonathan Winters once said “If your ship doesn’t come in, swim out to meet it.” How often do opportunities slip off people’s hand by taking too much of time planning and analyzing. To be successful, you have to do what successful people do, and successful people are highly action-oriented. The world doesn’t pay you for what you know; it pays you for what you do. Read more
rcy Ross once said “You’ve got to ask. Asking, in my opinion, is the world’s most powerful and neglected secret to success and happiness.” People are afraid to ask because they don’t want to look needy, foolish or stupid. They are afraid of experiencing rejection. They are afraid of hearing the word No. The sad thing is that they’ve actually rejected themselves in advance. They are saying no to themselves before anyone else even has a chance to. Never assume... Read More
He who says he can and he who says he can’t are both are actually right. Your subconscious mind does not argue with you. It accepts what your conscious mind decrees. If you say, “I can’t afford it,” your subconscious mind works to make it true. Select a better thought. Decree, “I’ll buy it. I accept it in my mind.” We all grew up with great dreams, great ambitions, fantastic goals, remember when you were asked as a little kid ‘What do you want to become?’ I hope you remembered how eloquent and audacious you are in giving the response. If am to ask you the question again I will put it this way, where are your childhood dreams?
Nelson Mandela said “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is...Read More
Ken Blanchard once said, “Feedback is the breakfast of champions,” as we continue on our journey to success. It is important we look at the role of getting feedback. There are two kinds of feedback you might encounter – negative and positive. We tend to prefer the positive – that is, results, money, praise, a raise, a promotion, inner peace and intimacy. It feels better. It tells us that we are on course, that we are doing the right thing.
We tend not to like negative feedback – lack of results, little or no money, criticism, poor evaluations, unhappiness, or inner conflict... Read More
Everybody is born with an inherent gift, talents or skills that can be converted to cash. However, Talent alone is never enough. It is a traded talent that becomes a treasure. Bring your skill to the marketplace. A talent or skill that is not traded becomes a trash. There are countless of problem in the world and your creativity is needed to bring solutions to these problems. Monetize your skill or it dies with you... Read More
Daniel Cole is an International Motivational Speaker, Inspirational writer, Columnist and a Published Authour.