Success is difficult to define, it is a state of being and a state of action. It is complicated to say that we have succeeded because it is not something fixed, but something that does not stop. It is when we carry out actions on objectives, and that these objectives are reached, we can say that there is success. This success will be punctual and can be constantly questioned, because it will always remain relative. It is the feeling that one has of being satisfied by achievements.
To succeed, it is important to condition yourself. Indeed there is no success without conditioning. This conditioning is an important mental work, it is also repetitions of positive actions through habits. We don't succeed by chance. It only works on a combination of circumstances, but it doesn't go any further. To succeed, it is therefore necessary to set up a substantive work which allows to go to the end of what we undertake.
The problem is that in success, if you let yourself be guided by motivation, desires and only passions, you do not necessarily succeed for the simple reason is good that these are not regular parameters. To achieve important goals, you need consistency. The motivation remains too irregular. And even with motivation, it is difficult to succeed for lack of structured thinking.
Mental conditioning will therefore focus on controlling what you think. When you are in difficulties, you will have automatic mental keys to get out of these difficulties. When it is necessary to act on the objectives, you will go towards the good actions because the mind will be positively conditioned.
In this book, we will see why success is important in life. Then we will see the importance of the morning to have direct results during the day. We will discuss the power of habits, a key element in the structure of the day so that we no longer depend on lack of energy or lack of motivation. We will define the mental map of success, that is to say the key points of mental conditioning for success. We will study the discomfort, and how we can use the difficulties so that it is no longer a problem, but a springboard. Finally we will see mental routines with concrete examples.
Editore Nicolas Forgue
Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM
EAN-13 1230003710715 1230003710715