What's the secret for a person to bounce back strong from a staggering setback? We did a detailed 17 month study on people who did this. We discovered they all had one secret in common. Can you guess what the secret is? It was the ability to use what they had available to them, however small, to achieve their goals.
Scores of people have succeeded using slim resources, miniature amounts of money and tiny talents to amass huge success. And others have bounced back with miraculous comebacks with little more than the clothes on their backs. What were their secrets, their attitude and most important their actions?
In a time of economic turmoil wouldn't you agree this would be vital information to know? In fact, the person who will apply the following 7 secrets could hold the difference between success or failure in there hands.
We invite you to start applying these 7 secrets to the challenges, obstacles and problems you face now. Like Mark Taylor, from Miami Beach Florida. He experienced a major setback in his real estate consulting business. After applying the 7 secrets, Mark went from flat broke to amassing incredible success. He did it in an entirely new career, he loves more, creating and educational toys.
Or do like Ellen Jefferson in Dallas Texas, divorced and down to her last month of savings. She applied the 7 secrets and created her own clothing line for plus sized women.
And one of my favorite stories, Tasha Blake, from Jackson Mississippi. A teenage single mother on Welfare. Tasha applied the 7 secrets and got off Government assistance and onto a scholarship program. Now she enjoys a degree in Nursing. I look forward to reading your success story after you read and apply these 7 secrets.
But don't stop there, make sure you share these tips with others. The results will soon speak for themselves.
Here's The 7 Secrets of Using What You've Got To Get What You Want
1. Start Slow Take Baby Steps
The biggest single factor that keeps otherwise successful people from reaching their goals is their unwillingness to start small. As a result the mistakes they make have more of a tendency to overwhelm them, causing them to abandon their goal. Start slow, give your confidence a chance to grow. As your confidence builds, your self-motivational energy toward the project will grow also.
Another word for persistence is "keep-trying ness or never quitting easy. A persistent attitude is a trait that can be developed, just as a weight lifter can strengthen a muscle, or a runner can develop endurance by running. Persistence can be developed by refusing to quit at the first signs of defeat or opposition. With each victory you achieve you will develop the attitude of persistence.
3. Assertive Self-Starter
Be alert to opportunities to take action toward your goals, however
small. Just start where you stand. Be Observant - Don't just look at things, see them, see the details. That's often the difference between the amateur and the professional. The professional is able to see the details of a problem the amateur can't. Because of this ability to observe more of the details, society gives the respect, money and many other rewards to the professional.
4. Present-Mindedness Most procrastinators find it difficult to think in the present. The procrastinators (and worriers) think future tense. They think "what could happen if?" The self-starter thinks in the present. The self-starter thinks in the now? For truly, that's all we have. As the saying goes, yesterday is gone and tomorrow is not her yet. All we have is now to do good, to improve our world or help others.
The self-starters make up their own minds after the fact are known. They can't afford to wait or depend on the opinion of others to do their thinking for them. The definitely can't wait for other to motivate or move them to action.
6. Ability To Fail... Constructively
This is a vital trait of successful people. They're not afraid to fail. Why? Because they know how to fail. They learn from their failures and try again until they succeed. Low achievers are afraid of failure and thus never try, they lose by default. By trying, success is not guaranteed, but if one doesn't try, failure is guaranteed.
7. Ability To Shake Discouragement
The bounce back secret of most people who succeed is this one trait. Contrary to popular belief, it's not just the failures in life who experience discouragement. By reading biographies of the famous and successful you'll find most had one thing in common. What? They all had obstacles, problems and setbacks along the way that could have caused discouragement. However, they were able to shake discouragement and continue toward their goals until they were achieved.