Creating a Good Impression contd... Don't wear a disguise. Subconsciously, we are smarter than we realize. The conscious mind may not be smart enough to analyze and see through the disguises people wear, but our subconscious is. And our subconscious tells us that the...read more
Creating a Good Impression Wishing you a happy Holi Celebrations The manner in which you approach others, your very first words, and actions, nearly always set the tone for the entire encounter. You can control the actions and attitudes of others to a remarkable...read more
Put some magnetism in your personality contd... contd. 3. Moderate your tone of voice. We express ourselves through our voice more than in any other manner. The voice is the most highly developed means of communication. Your voice communicates more than ideas; it also...read more
Put some magnetism in your personality Confidence has a way of showing itself in subtle ways. While you may never analyze why you have confidence in a certain person, subconsciously, we all judge others by the following signs and clues: Watch your walk; your physical...read more
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Be willing to pay the price
“If people knew how hard I had to work to gain my mastery, it wouldn’t seem wonderful at all,” said the famous painter Michelangelo.
How true. Behind every great achievement is the story of education, training, practice, discipline, and sacrifice. You have to be willing to pay the price.
Maybe that price is pursuing one single activity while putting everything else in your life on hold.
Maybe it’s investing all of your own personal wealth or savings.
Maybe it’s the willingness to walk away from the safety of your current situation.
Though many things are typically required to reach a successful outcome, the willingness to do what’s required adds that extra dimension to the mix that helps you persevere in the face of overwhelming challenges, setbacks, pain and even personal injury.