Lessons Learned From Larry King
Everyone who is successful started somewhere, for example, Larry King was once asked, “How did you start?” He stated that he started with radio and he was painfully shy when he spoke on radio but he loved it, so he continued. “ I went to this radio station and did my first live radio broadcast, I told the audience that this was his first radio broadcast and he was scared.” He was honest with them. He had courage even though he was still afraid. Always remember who you are, be you, be the best version of yourself, not a cheap imitation of someone else. Larry King had passion, he was honest, and true to himself.
Three Ways To Find Your Spark
#1. If you want to achieve more, you need to have that spark, a fire within you. The biggest human temptation is to settle for too little. If you believe in yourself, if you know you can do better, you will upgrade your way of thinking. You will not settle for less...
Starting your own business, or trying to write your own book, we get caught up with doing and working; we forget our other relationships, health, and friendships.
It might be best to foster relationships in the same environment you are trying to start with. You gain insight, knowledge, and collaboration with people who are already successful in the field or market you are trying to grow in. This collaboration helps you grow faster.
It Is Better To Give Than To Receive
Focus on giving more than receiving. Grow seeds of friendships and relationships. By this I mean give more of your time to help others, share information, foster a community of collaborators and mentors. This will make any venue you start easier to conquer.
Starting off we learn so much information and try to retain most of it. Instead of keeping it, we should share our knowledge with others. Focus on being a better person, doing more for others, instead of doing for yourself only....
The first step in this journey of self-transformation is asking why you want to do this? The answer to this question will be the motivator necessary for you to start your transformation, to seek out a better you. Your why needs to be big enough that it will carry you through the tough times, the times you feel like giving up. If your why is significant enough it will pull you towards your goals naturally. Sometimes there can be a breakdown between setting your goals and achieving them. So how do you begin this journey of transformation?
Do you want to amplify your impact or influence? Making first impressions count is a great beginning step. Sometimes we are thrusted into situations we are not prepared for with little or no time to catch up. We all want to make the best impressions on people. Sometimes we don’t realize how we impact those around us (and in turn, their impact on us). We may view the impact we have on others as inappropriate, too much, or too little. There are ways to fix these impressions to make a better first impression.
Let's say you only have five minutes to prepare for your speech or introduction. You are in a panic, that's not enough time. How do you amplify your impact? Here are three steps you can take that will help you.
Setting your goals is one thing, taking action to achieve them is another. To achieve your goals can seem difficult, even daunting. Where do you begin? What should you do? How do I do it better? Here are four strategies for achieving your goals.
When you gain a measure of success it's a great feeling, a great moment in your life. Significance is even deeper and bigger. You want your life to mean something, to be bigger than yourself, significant. How do you get from success to significance? What are some of the strategies you need to get there? What blueprint do you follow?
Significance is within your grasp. First we need to define the two as many people get them confused.
What is the difference between success and significance?
It is easy to confuse achievement and fulfillment. Achievement can become addicting and can be mistaken for fulfillment. The feeling of accomplishment gives you a natural high but it diminishes over time, leaving you empty inside. Rather than try to figure out the root cause of this empty feeling, people tend to dive right in to their next goal. Many successful people mistake achievement for fulfillment, blurring the lines between them. So how do you distinguish between the two?
2 Ways To Distinguish The Difference:
Do you have amazing goals for this year? Sometimes we make goals for ourselves but we don’t fully know how to achieve them. In order to arrive at success we are going to change the way you view achieving your goals in 2019.
Here are four ways to achieve your dreams:
Juan Carlos Arzola, Certified High Performance Coach™, Trainer and Mentor at the Global Entrepreneur Initiative in United Nations headquarters.
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