Various Assumptions of Victorious People

Tuesday, 27 May 2014 0 comments

At first glance, highly victorious people may seem like they only succeeded in life because of their talent, their great connections or their family. However, that’s not the case at all! They manage to excel in their industry and make millions of dollars because of their amazing beliefs.

Victorious people


And they act on those assumptions:

I can choose myself.

Once you had to wait: to be accepted, to be promoted, to be selected... to somehow be "discovered."

Not anymore. Access is nearly unlimited; you can connect with almost anyone through social media. You can publish your own work, distribute your own music, create your own products, and attract your own funding.

Experience is irrelevant. Accomplishments are everything.

You have "10 years in the Web design business." Whoopee. I don't care how long you've been doing what you do. Years of service indicate nothing; you could be the worst 10-year programmer in the world.

I care about what you've done: how many sites you've created, how many back-end systems you've installed, how many customer-specific applications you've developed (and what kind)... all that matters is what you've done.

Time doesn't fill me. I fill time.

Deadlines and time frames establish parameters, but typically not in a good way. The average person who is given two weeks to complete a task will instinctively adjust his effort so it actually takes two weeks.

Success is inevitable only in hindsight.

If you're willing to work hard and persevere, who you are is more than enough. Don't measure yourself against other people.

I am not self-serving. I am a servant.

No one accomplishes anything worthwhile on his own. Great bosses focus on providing the tools and training to help their employee’s better do their jobs--and achieve their own goals. Great consultants put their clients' needs first.

Great businesses go out of their way to help and serve their customers.

Take Calculated Risks.

“Don’t be afraid to give up the good to go for the great.” – John D. Rockefeller

I have never paid my dues.

Dues aren't paid, past tense. Dues get paid, each and every day. The only real measure of your value is the tangible contribution you make on a daily basis.

Volunteers always win.

Success is based on action. The more you volunteer, the more you get to act. Successful people step forward to create opportunities.

Remarkably successful people sprint forward.

Work comes first. Payoff comes later.

Victorious people earn promotions by first working harder. Successful businesses earn higher revenue by first delivering greater value. Successful entrepreneurs earn bigger payoffs by first working hard, well before any potential return is in sight.

I can make history--and I will.

But think about the past 10 years: Technologies, industries, and ways of doing business that were once notions are now commonplace. You can be part of the next wave--whatever it might be. Or you can make a small change your industry. You can make a small change in your profession.

You can be at the forefront of a minor or major change, even if only in your community or niche. You just have to be willing to try something new.
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