If it fails, what should we do? Try again? In what way? What if it fails again? Try again? Until when?
Conversely, if successful, what should we do? Satisfied? Or achieve other higher successes? If not how successful before? How about going here?
Is it true that the suggestion “failure is delayed success”? If it fails, you can realize that you are really successful – it’s just that success is delayed? However, make sure that there is success available after your failure.
These questions seem trivial. Yes, trivial for those of you who when reading this article are at the peak of success. Or, a little trivial for those of you who travel to the top smoothly. You are sure that the peak of success remains before your eyes.
How is this writing for you who is currently falling into failure, or at least swaying at the peak of failure? You might ignore this article. In fact, it could be that some of you condemn this paper as nonsense.
For this situation, both successful and failed, I don’t want to beat you with advice. Because successful people don’t need advice. Conversely, people who fail are also fed up with suggestions. That is, the advice is not useful at all good for those of you who are at the peak of success and for those of you who are in the valley of failure.
Why, how do I become a motivational speakers London? Why am I present if my role is not needed? Isn’t it better for me to resign from the motivational scene?
Not really. The role of motivation is still needed under any circumstances. Remember that our brain is divided into left and right brain, where the left brain is the critical brain and creative brain? That is, when the left brain works to criticize, the right brain actually accepts whatever it is that it sees, hears, and feels, for then all stimuli help find new creativity to achieve something.
Well, maybe some of you argue, why motivate those who are already successful? Ok, motivating people who fall can be very valuable for them to help rise. Maybe their motivation needs to be to find new solutions to the deadlock of ideas and steps that imprison them.
Even though those who have been successful? Don’t they need motivation? Not said Bear Grylls speaker!
Successful people, who are very aware of the meaning of success and how they struggle to succeed, know very well how happy success is. They also know how unlimited success is. When one success is achieved, they know, there is greater success that can be achieved. So it continues until they reach the highest ladder. However, there is no highest ladder in terms of success. Because success is only limited by our decision to say enough. As long as it’s not enough, he still has a higher place.
Well, as a Champion Motivator, my role or other successful world motivator is to encourage successful people to achieve far greater and more valuable success than the success that is now in the palm. Here I am acting as a coach at once.
My grip, one of them, is the story of successful people in the world. For clients who have succeeded, I often say how great people in the world do not stop at certain successes but continue to move towards the highest peak of success. For example, I once told how Admiral Robert Peary could reach the North Pole on the eighth ascent. Previously, for seven climbs, he only managed to arrive at the post below. At that time there was enough feeling to reach a certain post without having to reach the top. Especially if you consider the weather, it’s better to go home than to continue and become a corpse.
There are many other stories to show how successful people want to repeat their success and continue to move to higher success. That is why the highest leaders in large corporations or agencies are even more ambitious in achieving higher goals. Because only in that way can he show the team at the bottom of how successful it must be pursued by anyone. For example, that’s the key.