5 Unsinkable Mindsets: How to Hardwire Your Life’s Success
I LEARNED FROM TWO UNSINKABLE PEOPLE
When I think about unsinkable, Tony Robbins and Les Brown (Coach and Motivational Speaker respectively) began life with serious disadvantage low income conditioning and no male exemplar of hope and success in their lives.
Today, both are exemplars of unsinkable hope and success. Unsinkable means incapable of sinking. Despite tremendous odds, they are now incapable of sinking. Instead of accepting their lot in life, they rejected their circumstances and created a winning narrative for themselves. I’m on this path. And, I want you to join too.
Be unsinkable in the face of adversity in 5 ways:
#1 BE SPECIFIC AND UNCOMPROMISING ABOUT YOUR DREAM:
Choose your dream career or life despite it feeling unrealistic or insecure, because a choice born of fear, instead of hope, is failure in sheep’s clothing. You make your career or life safe and secure with discerning choices you make.
#2 BE DISCERNING ABOUT GROWING PAIN VS SUFFERING:
Moving in the direction of your dream will cause growing pains, while moving away from it causes suffering.
#3 BE VIGILANT AND AVOID RUMINATING ON FAILURES:
You maintain your life’s momentum when you avoid failure rooting in your mind, because it will grow into tree of disappointment and suffering. Keep looking for your dream and you’ll see it come to pass, as your thoughts and actions point you toward it.
#4 BE PRESENT:
Never let your dream chasing disciplines or routines become so routine they lose value and momentum toward your career or life dreams. You do this by being proactive in what you eat, drink, and think keeping your dream’s achievement at the forefront of all you do.
#5 BE YOURSELF:
It’s the only person success was sent to find and no one else.
About Coach John St. John, Author, Trainer, Blogger, and Speaker
With 20+ years’ proven experience coaching and developing individual’s excellence as personal, professional, and leadership development interventions, I have helped small business to corporate organizations like Wal-Mart, Steri-Cycle, Kaiser Permanente, Alstom, Best Western International, Federal Aviation Administration, Dish Network, and many more create work/life success — individually to corporately. My approach focuses on audiences learning, practicing, and producing results sooner than expected. And, I’ll help you or your audience shift toward their greatness, too.
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