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2. Adopt a bias towards action.

2. Adopt a bias towards action.

All successful people have attributed their success to taking actions. Stop waiting for inspiration and motivation. Successful people don't sit around and wait for their muse to come and inspire them to change the world. They just show up and get to work.


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4. See the world for what it is, not what you wish it could be.

4. See the world for what it is, not what you wish it could be.

Do not preach to the world about tour ideals or values. No one can change the world by going against the instincts of human. Appeal to the human nature rather than railing against it and you will create something wonderful for the world.


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3. Let go of the need to be right.

3. Let go of the need to be right.

To always have the need to right is to be engulfed by our ego. Anyone can survive a bad idea, stupid mistake or dumb decision as long as we don't cling to the need to be right every time. Every inspiration or idea that comes to your mind might not be right.


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1. You always have a choice

1. You always have a choice

Finding faults and excuses to stay away from success is our own choice. Social and economic conditions can inhibit us from success till a point but after that we have the choice to be successful. If life gives you lemon, you choose if you want to cry over it or make lemonade out of it.


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5. Define success internally , not externally

5. Define success internally , not externally

Success and happiness may go hand in hand but it makes seem happiness as something out there to be grabbed. Challenge conventional definition of success and do something out of the everyone's league. You might ne earning 6 figures but does it reflect your value ? Have purposes that transcends all...


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