I’ve noticed two interesting things about average achievers; perhaps you’ve noticed them too. What I’ve noticed is this:
Their success are something that they achieved.
Their failures are something that happened to them.
You can always pick these people out of a crowd. They’re the ones saying:
“It’s the election.”
“It’s the economy.”
“It’s the market.”
“It’s the workforce.”
“It’s my unreliable suppliers.”
Are these things all factors? Sure they are. But given these exact same factors, there are some who succeed wildly and ...Continue Reading →