How to Always Win?

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Sometimes you got to let go of what the world thinks of you and expects. Sometimes, you even got to let go of what you think of yourself and expect. Further sometimes, you got to let go off everything you know to become what you have always wanted to. You need to do this because life is only once, and only this once ‘You Got […]

Secrets of Success

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Winston Churchill said “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” You want to win; you want to become successful. You have it in your mind, in your heart; you have this burning desire which takes over when you are feeling good. You feel you can be, do, and achieve anything; nothing can stop you. Your brain […]

The Key Ingredient to Achieving Unlimited Success

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Doubt can rob us off our greatness. It can destroy us and limit us to a suppressed and an unfulfilling life. It already does to almost all of us in some shape or form whether or not we confess it. We don’t fail in life because we are not able, but we do because we doubt our own potential. It’s the fear of failure and […]

How to Plan Successfully

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Let me ask you straight-up: Would you work for a company which doesn’t know why it exists? Doesn’t have yearly, quarterly and monthly goals? Doesn’t know what its profits/losses are? And doesn’t know what is it interviewing you for? Would you, or have your brother(s)/sister(s)/kid(s) attend a school/college/university which doesn’t have a curriculum? Doesn’t have evaluation sessions and parent-teacher meetings to reflect on the growth […]