Chapter 4: Keep Moving—Calculated Momentum
Do you know that every office has a micromanager who wants to supervise almost every little detail? The bitter truth is unless you eradicate this habit you’ll lose control over others including yourself. So, take notes, and get the big picture.
Don’t be rigid, stay flexible and adapt to the environment so that your agenda will get accepted. Less open-minded personalities are struggling when on the lookout for favorable circumstances.
Life rarely has a natural flow, it is filled with storms, sunshine, and rainbows, and you got to take all into account.
Chapter 3: Turn Sh*t into Sugar—Opportunism
Yin – Yang forces indicate that in every adverse outcome there’s something positive in it and vice versa. This simple, but life-altering reality gives you a taste of the endless opportunities that emerge day in and day out.
For instance: You want to start your own business, but you lack funds. This could be an excellent opportunity for you to find investors, or someone willing to invest in your idea, and thus gain a long-time associate. Don’t let despair and frustration guide your life.
It’s in your power to convert failure into a life-lesson or an incentive for future endeavors.
Chapter 2: Make Everything Your Own—Self-Reliance
It’s needless to say that 90% of the people are under someone’s thumb. When you give up your creativity that easy, don’t be surprised when other persons crush you in a heartbeat. Get some respect by diving into your own waters.
Ask yourself what is worse: To be forever at the mercy of others and stick to your comfort zone, or failing to succeed on your own? – In truth, temporarily defeats are an integral part of prosperity, but if you embrace fear as a decision-making tool, you’ll regret it sooner or later.
Align your goals with your capabilities, and you have a win-win situation – No Doubt!!