Clear Goals + Hardwork + persistence = 110% guaranty of Success
The secret formula to success, its kinda simple:
Image Source: Nasa’s Theoretical Design of a Spacecraft
CLEARLY DEFINED GOALS
Aim at nothing and you’ll surely hit it. Aim at a specific goal and, even if you don’t hit it, chances are you’ll be a lot farther along than if you’d never aimed at all.
The U.S. Space Program has produced many successes and, sadly, a few tragic failures. The successes of NASA help illustrate the importance of goal setting. Perhaps you’ve heard of the three electricians who were working on the Apollo spacecraft. A reporter asked each what he was doing. The first said, “I’m inserting transistors into circuits.” The second answered, “I’m soldering these wires together.” The third explained, “I’m helping to put a man on the moon.” Which one was more motivated and satisfied? Probably the one who saw how his activities fit into the overall goal.
Without a clear life’s goal, daily duties can become chores.
Knowing your life’s goal can increase your motivation and satisfaction as you see how daily activities help accomplish that goal.
In the early 1960’s, President John F. Kennedy set a goal of putting an American on the moon by the end of the decade. In 1969, Neil Armstrong took his “one small step.” A specific goal helped NASA achieve a major milestone in history. Someone who desires success will set specific goals.
Any successful athlete knows that there would be no glory on the athletic field without hard work on the practice field. A true test of character is not just how well you perform in front of a crowd, but how hard you work when no one notices — in the office, in the library, in practice. President Calvin Coolidge believed “nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not … Genius will not … Education will not … Persistence, determination, and hard work make the difference.”
“A true test of character is not just how well you perform in front of a crowd, but how hard you work when no one notices.” — Anonymous.
The heavyweight-boxing champion of another era, James J. Corbett, often said,
“You become the champion by fighting one more round.”
Success requires hard work. Of course you can overdo it and become a workaholic. One workaholic businessman had a sign in his office that read, “Thank God It’s Monday!” We all need to balance work and recreation, but hard work is essential to success.
When things are tough, you fight one more round.”
If you found this answer helpful, you can check out this video I made about “THE DRIVE THEORY” and how I experience and use it everyday to motivate me whenever I have setbacks, failures, it reinforces my thinking back to the positive and broad perspective.
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