Dupa cum blogul meu se tranforma din ce in ce mai mult intr-o resursa de inspiratie si dezvoltare personala, mentinand o proportie de 75% din continut in Engleza am hotarat sa incep sa traduc articole publicate de Nik Halik si echipa pe site-ul TheThrillionaires.com.
Un prieten al lui Nik i-a povestit intr-o zi despre John. John era un om de afaceri care avea foarte mare succes si care se gandea sa se sinucida. John avea tot ce si-ar fi putut dori din punct de vedere material. Avea o casa uriasa, un mansion, incojura lumea zburand in avioane private, manca la cele mai luxoase restaurante si era cazat numai in hoteluri de 5 stele. Si totuei, viata lui John era mizerabila.
Visele devin realitate si sunt o necesitate pentru viata.
Prietenul meu mi-a explicat ca John avea tot ce-i trebuie pe dinafara dar pe interior nu avea nimic. John si-a petrecut anii urcand pe scara corporativa si cinand cu CEO de top ale companiilor din Fortune Top 500. Rolodexul sau includea multe personalitati celebre la Hollywood. Cu un asa stil de viata, de ce era John asa de aproape sa-i puna capat? Viata lui John derapase cu mult timp in urma. Care a fost cauza? John era un milionar corporatist dar si-a dorit intotdeauna sa compuna muzica si sa mearga in turnee ca muzician profesionist.
John avea ceea ce altii numesc succes dar se simtea neimplinit pentru ca se abatuse de la drum in ceea ce priveste visele lui. In relatia cu viata ta cum te simti? Cum este viata ta? Este pe drumul cel bun? Faci ceea ce ai fost pus pe Pamant sa faci?
Your own beliefs and behaviors are great predictors of your success than any fluctuation in the marketplace. Even when the newspapers splash the word recession across the front page, you can write your own success story.
Start by becoming an “Inverse Paranoid”. What I mean by this is, believe that every event in your life is the seed for your greater good; something meant to enrich you, empower you or advance your cause.
Imagine how much easier it would be to succeed in life if you were constantly expecting the world to support you and bring you opportunity.
You can easily verify this belief for yourself. Just think about the last time that a terrible event turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
A big blessing for me came during the 1970’s when I lost my job. I was working at the Job Corps Center in Clinton, Iowa, pioneering new ways to teach underachieving students. One day the word came down that the center was being relocated – and I was being laid off.
While attending a workshop at the W. Clement & Jesse V. Stone Foundation in Chicago, I shared my predicament with the presenter. He happened to be vice president of the foundation, and he immediately offered me a job working with inner-city black and Latino kids.
I accepted the offer, and what I got in return was a bigger salary, an unlimited budget, and a laboratory for learning the success principles that transformed my life and launched a new career path.
Take the fast track to inspiration by constantly asking yourself: What’s the opportunity here? Make this a habit, and you’ll stay calm and centered during any event that seems like a setback.
The beauty of this question is that it triggers your mind to respond with positive suggestions. Compare these to the useless information you get by asking yourself the questions such as: Why did this happen to me? Or, Who’s to blame for this mess?
If you get passed over for a promotion or your retirement account takes a hit in the stock market, remember to ask: What’s the opportunity here? – or one of its inspiring variations:
To live a pure unselfish life, one must count nothing as one’s own in the midst of abundance.
— Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta: the founder of Buddhism
True hope dwells on the possible, even when life seems to be a plot written by someone who wants to see how much adversity we can
overcome. True hope responds to the real world, to real life; it is an active effort.
Great infographic about webinars just pubished showing that out of 8197 webinars analyzed over the last
- 18% of companies run webinar one to 3 times per month
- The average webinar lasts 65 minutes and has 28 attendees
- The most popular times to run webinars are Tuesdays to Thursdays!
More stats in the infographic. Enjoy!