just plain asking them) reveals the mindset of your audience. Watch speakers who inspire you (like those at TED ). They refuse to dwell on doom and gloom what-if thinking. Habits 1-3 are grouped under the banner of Private Victory, as they are the basic paradigms of interdependence. And so they constantly work on the foundation of their lives, the reputation and legacy their characters will create. Its as simple as that. . Their lives are extensions of their vision, of both the way they think and of what they think about most of the time. ( Tweet this!) So choose today to grow, love, express, choose, do and accept your way to a life of incredible happiness as we pause to tip our hats to a man who dedicated his life to human potential.
Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds. When pro-active people make a mistake, they not only recognise it as such and acknowledge it, they also correct it if possible and, most importantly, learn from. Become a world-famous motivational speaker? They love others and themselves too. Beginning with the end in mind requires that you determine your core values (i.e. Dont believe the myth that people who speak well are born with. Their passion is an extension of the love and appreciation they have for living a life of meaning and purpose. They know there is music and poetry and novels and skyscrapers and bridges and healing and improvement waiting inside to be pulled to the outside. Since you are on the same side, youll also feel less stress and thus be able to concentrate on providing full value. Celebrates success, recognising that one persons success is not achieved at the expense, or to the exclusion, of others. By embracing this mindset, youll be more likely to bridge the gap between you and the audience.