Logic Of The Day: 14.03.2019.
A lot of what happens in your career is based on how you think. If you think you can never be a manager, entrepreneur or executive, then you won’t be.
If you think you can be good at public speaking, you might.
If you think you can hit your sales target, you might.
If you think you can start a successful business, you might.
If you’re not successful right now, you will be.
“It’s only a matter of time until one of the bets in your career pays off”
It’s a combination of being ready, being humble, thinking right and having the skills to execute. Not thinking you can achieve big will rob you of whatever it is that you want in your career.
I shouldn’t be a successful blogger because I can’t write that well, I have bad spelling/grammar skills, I don’t own a blog and I’m not filthy rich. Despite all that I’ve achieved my blogging goal.
I saw my goal become possible before anybody else did. I told myself that every major challenge was necessary for me to eventually get what I wanted. I thought my goal was possible even though all the facts suggested it wasn’t. Instead of relying on data I relied on my own mind to lead me down the right path.
I chose to believe when no one else did. This very way of thinking is not unique to me. Many of the leaders around the world that shape the human race think in the same way.
What you think is possible in your career will define what goals you can achieve.
Your thinking defines your career. Being smart isn’t enough.
~ Tim Denning (It’s Not How Smart You Are That Defines Your Career — It’s This)
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