Dale Carnegie's Views on Getting People to Like Us Everyone wants to be liked. It's a natural human desire. We want to have meaningful connections with others. Some might say, we
It’s become quite evident to me that successful people understand a few things about life that the average person doesn’t. While I used to credit a person’s success to luck, ultra-high IQ’s and knowing the “right” people, I now understand that it has more to do with having the right mindset. The more I learn from them, the more my own mindset has been shifting. It’s been both exciting and challenging.A person’s mindset determines their actions; therefore transforming the mind is the most important component in achieving both short-term and long-term goals. There are many things successful entrepreneurs learned early on that contributed to shifting their mindset. These things will become obstacles that hold you back if you don’t choose to overcome them.Here are just 6 things successful entrepreneurs learn early:
I can’t tell you how many people never get started because of this very reason. If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re one of them. You’ve been putting something off for a while now, waiting for the perfect timing. You don’t want to make any mistakes. I get it! You don’t want to be embarrassed or look like an idiot. You want to make sure you have all the answers. You want to be an expert before you even get started. I totally get it! But the truth of the matter is, you’re not going to be an expert until after you get started, until after you make mistakes. You’re going to make them. And that’s okay! Everyone does! Every successful person, every leader, every mentor you look up to, they’ve all made mistakes. The difference with them is they started.
To be satisfied or not to be satisfied, that is the question! I see people struggle with this a lot. I’ve struggled with it myself in fact. Maybe you feel unsatisfied in some area of your life and you’re left feeling guilty about it, like feeling unsatisfied is a bad thing. The reason we think of it in a negative light is because many people tend to associate being unsatisfied with being unthankful or unhappy. But believe it or not, we can be thankful, happy and not satisfied.