Never trust your memory always put your ideas in a journal that you can refer to at a later time. Then go back through your journal and read through the ideas that changed your life. The ideas that you wrote down that may have saved your marriage, the ideas that gave you principles that bailed you out of bankruptcy, the ideas that helped you become successful, and the ideas that changed your finances. Remember that reviewing the collection of ideas that you gathered over the years is key to your mindset. So be a collector of good ideas for your business, for your relationships, for your future.
The next guideline is to have good plans. Before any master builder or architect construct a house or a building, he or she must have plans in place. What if you started digging a foundation in preparation to build and someone asked you what are you building and you said,” Well I don’t know at this time”. Would this be absurd or what? Sometimes in life this is how we act, not having a plan for our desired outcome. So we need take everyday and plan it as to the outcome we desire. Take this a step farther and plan our week, then our month, and even our year. Wow what a time- management idea.
When we finish our day, our week, our month, and even our year before we start it, this is a powerful way to complete levels of success in which we never thought possible. Leave some room to improvise. Leave some room for extra strategies, but finish it before you start it. Lay it out, structure it, and then put it to work. Discipline is required and your learning this is the key to success.
Now, here is the third guideline to success, learning to deal with the passing of time. It takes time to build a career and it takes time to make changes, so give your project time. If you are working with people, give them time to learn, grow, change, develop, and produce. And here is a big one: Give yourself time. It takes time to master something new. It takes time to make changes and refine your philosophy as well as activity. Give yourself time to learn, time to develop, time to start some momentum, time to finally achieve. It is easy to be impatient with yourself.
So the point here is, give yourself time, and you can become a pro, you can master the art of parenting, you can master the art of managing time, of conserving resources, of working together as a partner. Give yourself time.
The third guideline is learn to solve problems, family problems, people problems, financial problems, emotional problems and all business problems etc, The best way to treat a problem is always consider it as a chance to grow.
Change if you have to, modify if you must, discard an old philosophy that was not working well for a new one. The best way to look at it is, if you will change, everything will change for you. So here it is in a nutshell, learn to master good ideas, have good plans, handle the passing of time and solve problems, and you will be on your way to more success than you could ever imagine!