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The more you look at it, the more obvious it becomes: successful people possess a ‘success mindset’. While we may disagree on what constitutes ‘success’, let’s just say it is the ‘attainment of one’s goals’ – whatever those may be.
There are so many examples from all facets of life to substantiate the idea of a success mindset – people who consistently deliver top performance under a variety of circumstances. Businesses, sports, academics, medicine – even charity work – all have a pantheon of stars to prove that everything is possible. In the work environment, we see so many colleagues fall by the wayside purely because of their poor mindset, yet no one ever tells them the truth. Continue reading