100 Simple Secrets of Successful People, The: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use It
- HarperOne (2006年11月7日発売)
- Amazon.co.jp ・洋書 (240ページ)
- / ISBN・EAN: 9780061157936
I've decided to read books written in English.
I will read them as many as I can.
From the book.
I had confidence. If you want to do it, you have to really want it
and believe in it. You have to make it happen. You can't sit back
and hope that someone is going to help you along.
Take joy from the process, and use the small successes to fuel
your continued efforts.
Realize who you are - want your true personality is - and choose
a future that fits it.
It' s all a matter of being patient and energetic and then capturing
the right moment.
Writing down your plans, goals, and ideas makes them more real
for you. Every step you take to define what you want and what
you need to do to get it increases the chances that you will
actually pursue these goals and someday achieve them.
Take your goals one at a time. and appreciate the process as
you move forward. Otherwise you won't.
Declare something, say all the motivational speakers.
Success comes not from self-motivating tricks and declarations
of desired outcomes but from a steady, informed effort
Dedication and commitment have to come from inside you,
but once you have them, you can go anywhere.
I learned the hard way that positive thoughts and actions
mean a healthier, happier, more successful life - and I love to
share with everyone I can.
Good speakers master a practice that is simple but powerful :
they speak more slowly than others.
The faster you speak, the less people will understand you.
Take that to heart.
Volunteering of course aids our community, but it also opens
us up to a great appreciation of our own lives, which enhances
our motivation to do what we do the best we can.
Your success is far more dependent on your behavior now than
it is based upon where you grew up, where you went to school,
or whether your path so far has been easy or difficult.
Opportunity lies ahead ; it is a matter of whether or not you
choose to pursue it.
Making mistakes is just a learning process.
Your attitude determines your altitude.
People who approach things with order, common sense,
consistency, and persistence will ultimately success.
Keep your goals far enough away that you need to keep
trying but close enough that you can someday reach them.
Confidence is like a helpful virus spreading throughout your
body. If you have it, it will infect everything you do in a positive
The best self-confidence is based on a realistic assessment
of all your abilities and it highlights the path to all your dreams.
Sally attacks the fear as the first step toward building self-
confidence " You have to think about the things you can do
instead of the things you can't do - and you'll be amazed at
how many things you can do."
The difference is not the world itself. The difference is how
they view the world.