Monday, December 5, 2011

All right, I will try my best

Joachim De Posada

By Joachim De Posada

Over the course of my career, I have talked, lectured and observed many people that have failed in business ventures and in various professional careers.

I have heard a lot of reasons or excuses for their failure.

There are some comments made by these people that have stuck in my mind: "To tell you the truth, I never thought it would really work"

"I had my doubts it would  before I even started out" or "Actually, I wasn't too surprised it didn't work out"

The "all right, I will give it a try but I don't think it will work attitude is not the right attitude to have when you start on a new business venture. It is a risky move by itself that requires quite a bit of commitment and dedication so to start with "I will give it a try" just doesn't cut it.
Not believing 100% produces negative power.

When the mind disbelieves or doubts, the mind attracts "reasons" to support those doubts.
Doubt, disbelief, what some might label "the subconscious propensity to fail, the not really giving it all you have got is responsible for many failures.

Think doubt and you have a good chance of failing.

Think success and you will have a much better chance.

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