Have you ever thought of yourself as the master of all time? Well, the English man crafted the saying that to be a jack of all trades is to be a master of none. But people like Sudhir have gone against these odds and excelled at hotel business, schools and banks. Well it always takes a daring mind to go to great heights. Here’s how to.
Know what you are good at and do it.
Most of us go through decades of learning and at the end reap failure in life. This is because we are either forced to pick careers that are not in line with our capability or rather do not know what we really want in life. The first step on the road to success is to have self-realisation of your abilities to achieve high hopes. So opt for the career you have at your helm and draw satisfaction from it.
Compete with yourself
High performers focus intently on upgrading their previous efforts than beating their competitors. Learn the basic concept of nature that each one was born with different abilities and intelligence. Trying to be like someone else and thoughts of inferiority are often self-defeating. Ensure that daily action is shaped with higher aims.
Be an all-round person
High achievers are inevitably obsessed people who tend to peak early and become addicted to work with less concern for results. However, high performers on the contrary know how to draw balance between their work and other activities. They always spare time to engage in physical exercises, beat off stress by taking time to visualize nature and other likes of things like these. It is important to keep busy by creating an adequate amount of free time when you can enjoy yourself and recuperate. The dimension of success in work and social relationships cause the grand secret of a sound and balanced living.
Unleash your creativity
Begin by capturing new ideas from the passing day to day life. Salvador Dali, the great surrealist used to develop painting ideas from the fertile state of hypnagogic. Here is a simple remedy for capturing an idea. Focus a few minutes on an object and concentrate all your senses on its tactile and usual qualities. Gradually build up work situations from this. Then challenge yourself to take on the idea you have developed. The resulting explosion of ideas and accomplishments could make those of a revival of classical styles of art and literature in Europe as were in the 14th and 16th centuries
Take one step at a time. Martin Luther King said, “Learn to take one step at a time. You do not have to look at the whole staircase. Just take the first step. All the best in your attempt.