Myth 3: You must be “Disciplined”!

In society at large, there is an enduring idea that to be successful, you have to lead a "disciplined life." Therefore, if you're not yet as successful as you want to be, then that's an indicator you're not as disciplined as you need to be. That's incorrect.  "You don’t need to be a disciplined person to be successful. In fact, you can become…
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Myth 5: A Balanced Life !

“The truth is, balance is bunk. It is an unattainable pipe dream... . The quest for balance between work and life, as we’ve come to think of it, isn’t just a losing proposition; it’s a hurtful, destructive one.” - Keith Hammonds  Everyone…

Myth 6: Big is Bad and is to be Feared !

Loads of people don't chase big dreams because they have fallen for the myth "big is bad." The reality is if you fear being highly successful and instead settle for less, you shortchange yourself. You should get into the habit of thinking…

Myth 4: Willpower is Always “On-Call”

Another of society’s prevailing myths is that the willpower to do anything is always on call and can be summoned whenever and wherever it is required. This basic approach of "Where there’s a will there's a way" suggests to achieve something…

Myth 2: Multitasking is a Good Thing

In 2009, Stanford University professor Clifford Nass set out to prove definitively how multitaskers work. He studied 262 people who were accomplished multitaskers and was stunned to find multitaskers performed worse right across the board.…

Myth 1: Everything Matters Equally

The idea of equality of achievements is a lie pure and simple. When everything seems to be of equal importance, you become busy doing stuff but if you're not careful, your efforts in one area can inadvertently offset all you achieve in…

The One Thing

MAIN IDEA The real key to achieving more in your career, with your business and in your personal life is to narrow your focus and concentrate on the One Thing which will deliver the most value. Extraordinary…