Robin Sharma


“A life is a terrible thing to waste. So easy to beat yourself up over mistakes you’ve made. So many amongst us live in the past rather than loving the present and building a brilliant future. First of all, no one tries to fail or mess things up. Every one of us wakes up in the morning, walks out into the world and does the best we can do based on what we know and the skills we have.  But even more importantly, every so-called “mistake’ is actually a rich source of learning. An opportunity to build more awareness and understanding and gain precious experience. Just maybe what we could call failures are actually growth lessons in wolf’s clothing. And just maybe the person who experiences the most wins.


A world-class company puts systems in place to ensure consistency of results. If you want to get something done and if you want to see consistent results, build a system around it. Celebrate the previous day’s wins and then rededicate to work for the mission. Systems’ thinking builds structures into your life so that your best practices actually get integrated into your life. Systems allow you to live in a proactive rather than in a reactive way. And having a bunch of systems in place to keep you at your best doesn’t mean that your life will be overly structured and full of stress because nothing deprives a human being of happiness as much as seeing a life being wasted. “

Robin Sharma

http://www.robinsharma.comand

Greatness Guide – A book to change and bring positive changes in your life. Building your self-esteem and attitude.

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