Tell yourself each and every day: “The tide is coming back. Today is the day! I am closer than I think!” Remember that it is always darkest before the dawn. More challenges mean you’re closer to your victory. Don’t give up on your dream.
“Put a dent in the universe simply means that you have to have a big, bold, clear, concise vision. I like to say that your vision should — fit in a Twitter post”, Consultant Carmine Gallo said. Gallo was referring … Read More
No 1,000 Things – Not Know 1,000 Things Say no to 1,000 things. You have to focus. Reduce the clutter. Make it simple. Streamline. In 1997, when Steve Jobs returned to Apple, the company was close to bankruptcy. He took … Read More
Sell dreams not products. Be innovative! Aim to fulfill hopes and ambitions. Steve Jobs famously explained that the iPhone was not just a phone but a lifestyle. To Steve Jobs, people who buy Apple products are not “consumers.” They are … Read More
Solve your own problems. “It’s better if you find your own solution!” ~ David Tait Come up with your own solutions and you will develop a real competitive edge. Others will have to imitate you!
Take everything one day at a time. It doesn’t matter how difficult your current situation is, you can get through it if you focus on what is happening at the present moment. In the movie Dinotopia, the instructor says, “You … Read More
“Welcome the Worst, It Will be Better!” I am using the word “welcome” to mean don’t be afraid of the unknown! Don’t worry, laugh at your worries, there is a 75% chance they won’t happen, and only 25% that part … Read More
In Napoleon Hill’s story, Three Feet From Gold, R. U. Darby gave up and went bankrupt with his gold mine, just three feet from one of the biggest gold veins discovered. Your gold is like closer than you think, so don’t quit! “You’re very close, when you want to quit.” ~ David Tait
Do what you love, no matter what it happens to be. Passion is everything. Follow this passion and do work that excites you. “Don’t settle … as with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it,” is what Steve Jobs told Stanford University graduates.
As I wrote down My Daily Code and My Code of Ethics, I decided I should also pen My Code of Success: Twenty-Five Rules for Success in Life and Business.