Making sense of your success and how you’ve ended up where you are as an entrepreneur is all in how you choose to perceive it. Some lean toward the side of believing they were in the right place at the right time, and others believe themselves to be entirely self-made.
When you first set a goal, you probably have a vision in your mind of what that goal will look like once it’s achieved. You probably have an idealized image of that future achievement and its positive impact. As you move toward that vision and make progress, you’ll probably even measure the distance between where you are and that ideal vision to determine how far you have left to go.
When it comes to goal setting, there is a right way and a wrong way to do it.
There’s a lot of talk about intelligence today. Parents worry about whether their children are going to be intelligent enough, and there’s a mania about getting them into the right schools and starting their training at the earliest possible age to improve their intelligence. Then, there’s the worry about competition, that some people are more intelligent than others.
Most people have a fixed mindset about how long they’ll live. Usually, this idea is based on statistics, heredity, and their own personal health. But the usual way of looking at longevity doesn’t apply to everyone, and there are a few simple ways you can increase the chances of prolonging your life.