9 Beliefs of Remarkably Succesfull People

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9 Beliefs of Remarkably Succesfull People by Mind Map: 9 Beliefs of Remarkably Succesfull People

1. 1. time does not fill me. I fill time.

1.1. forget deadline, do everthing as quickly and effectively as you can.

1.2. then use your "free" time to get other things done just as quickly and effectively

2. 2. the people around me are the people I chose

3. 3. I have never paid my dues.

3.1. no job is ever too menial, no task ever too unskilled and boring

3.2. no matter what you have done or accomplished in the past, you're never too good to roll up your sleeves, get dirty and do the grunt work.

4. 4. experience is irrelevant. accomplishments are everything.

4.1. i don't care how long you have been doing what you do.

4.2. i care about what you have done.

4.3. successful people don't need to describe themselves using heperbolic adjectives. they describe what they have done.

5. 5. failure is something i accomplish. it doesn't just happen to me.

5.1. accept it

5.2. own it

5.3. learn from it

5.4. make sure next time things will turn out differently

5.5. every successful people has failed. numerous times. most of them have failed a lot more than you. that's why they're successful now.

6. 6. volunteers always win

6.1. doing more is an opportunity - to learn, to impress, to gain skills, to build new relationship - to do something more than you would otherwise be able to do.

6.2. success is based on action.

6.3. successful people steps forward to create opportunities.

7. 7. as long as i'm paid well, it's all good.

7.1. only do what you want to do and you might build a okay business.

7.2. be willing to do what customers want you to do and you can build a successful business.

7.3. be willing to do even more and you can build a remarkable business.

7.4. anything customer will pay you a reasonable price to do - as long as it's not unenthical, immorol, or illegal - is something you should do.

8. 8. people who pay me always have the right to tell me what to do

8.1. the people who pay you, earn the right to dictate what you do and how yo do it - sometimes down to the last detail

8.2. work to aling what you like to do with the people who pay you want you to do, then you turn issues like control and micro-management into non-issue.

9. 9. the extra mile is vast, unpopulated wastepland.

9.1. everytime you do something, think of one extra thing you can do - especially if other people aren't doing that one thing.

9.2. it's hard but that will make you different.

9.3. and overtime, it will make you incredibly successful.

10. map author: @halopan

11. source

11.1. URL

11.2. authoer: Jeff Haden