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Mindset #2: I have achieved stuff in the past, so I can coast now
Please remember that your ability to do stuff erodes with time. I’m not just talking about physical action here. I’m talking about mental action as well.
Scientific studies show that people’s mental abilities decline with age. In fact, your IQ goes down as you get older.
To think that just because you have achieved certain things in the past that you can continue to achieve them long into the future is wishful thinking. It takes more effort to maintain the same reults. And also, you would be required to learn new things so you can produce the same or better results in the future.
Don’t entertain the idea that just because you were able to get stuff done in the past that you will continue to perform at a similar level. It doesn’t work that way. You cannot give yourself the luxury of “coasting” through life.
Mindset #3: I can achieve the same results without having to change
Just because you were able to do things in the past, it doesn’t mean that you only need to continue doing the same things. Conditions do change.
For those achievements to take place, you have to level up your skills, you have to be adaptable, and you have to find yourself at the right time and the right place doing the right things. This means keeping up with the changing situation on the ground.
Otherwise, it becomes so easy to think that since you are unable to produce the same results, then there is something wrong with the activity itself, or the industry you’re in, or your career, or other people. It turns out that the only problem is your refusal to change and keep up with the times.
Mindset #4: Success only comes through intuition
A lot of people are under the impression that for them to be successful, they just need to find themselves at the right place, at the right time, doing the right things, with the right people around them.
This is wrong.
Success is a habit. Even if you are dealt a lousy hand and you are dealing with an almost impossible situation complete with toxic people, you can still pull out a victory.
How come? You’re not relying on your intuition. You’re not relying on your gut feeling. You’re definitely not relying on getting lucky. Instead, you’re focusing on the personal success systems that you have built for yourself.
You become more adaptable. You are able to spot opportunities as they present themselves. In other words, you learn how to do the right things at the right time to produce a predictable set of results.
This is how you can tell truly successful people who may be down on their luck and people who just got lucky. I’m telling you, if you just rewind history, people who got lucky probably will not achieve the same results.
Mindset #5: Achievement comes through raw insight
A lot of people are under the impression that you really don’t have to put in the time or pay your dues to become really good at what you’re doing. A lot of people are under the impression that they just need to be at the right place at the right time and all of a sudden this enlightenment about their work, their career and their industry will all fall into place.
This raw insight is like trying to win the lottery. Seriously. You might as well just run out and get yourself a lottery ticket because you are hoping for the same type of result.
You can have all the raw insights you want, but if you don’t know what to do with them and you don’t have a system for producing the same type of success day after day, week after week, month after month, then you’re just setting yourself up for a disappointment.
Mindset #6: No matter how hard I try, success is ultimately random
This thinking actually concludes with another sentence: so why try so hard? If random luck is just going to put you in the same place as you would if you had worked hard, why even try?
I hate to say this, but people who think this way are simply just giving themselves reasons for being lazy. I know that’s unpopular and not politically correct, but it’s true.
Because you have to understand that people who become successful are not successful 100% of the time. Instead, they’re successful enough. Regardless of the conditions and regardless of whatever is going on on the ground, they are able to succeed enough times.
Successful people are able to succeed at a fairly predictable rate. People who play everything by ear cannot say that. Things happen to them randomly. Sometimes they get lucky, most of the time they don’t.Other Details
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