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The no. 1 tip for your study and career success
Last week we spoke about being stuck in your career and how to Define YOUR studies or Career desires #Studygreatness & #Careergreatness
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No. 1 top tip to get you study and career fit
|During the 2018 winter Olympics which were held in PyeongChang, South Korea, there were 92 nations participating including Malaysia and Singapore who competed for the first time. There were 2920 athlete’s including teenagers and young people just like you. |
Winter Olympians like Americans Chloe Kim — the youngest ever female gold medalist at the age of 17 — and snowboarding slopestyle champion Redmond “Red” Gerard, who is also 17, were the first athletes to win a Winter Olympics gold.
One of the myths we tell ourselves is that age is a factor that affects our success… Clearly in the case of Chole and Red they didn’t allow this to stop them. They might have not been old enough to vote but that didn’t stop them from achieving their dream career goals. So what lessons can we learn and apply from these successful young people?
No. 1 top tip to get you study and career fit is Preparation
|Zahid Mahmood wrote for CNN.com |
“Figure skater Vincent Zhou, 17 has been winning international titles since the age of 10, but before it was announced he’d be representing Team USA, he publicly shared his feelings of self-doubt to his Instagram followers.
“My performance was dismal. It was not a representation of how I train or who I am. Smiling and waving while my heart is breaking is one of the hardest things I’ve ever done,” Zhou said in an Instagram post.
“I can remember, fighting, being set back, conquering obstacles, and experiencing the ups and downs of striving to better myself every single day. I am capable of so much more. I am a fighter.”
Which got me wondering about the preparation that it takes to get into shape to be able to take part in such games.
Being prepared for your studies or career is going to make the difference between winning and losing.
Being prepared is what builds you for success every step of the way. The more you prepare yourself for what’s coming, the better you will be at handling: challenges, hard times, and even the good times when you reach your goals.
So, why is being prepared such a vital skill for success?
1. Being Prepared Enhances Self Discipline.
2. Being Prepared Enhances Our Strategic/Creative Thinking.
3. Being Prepared Increases Our Flexibility.
4. Being Prepared Develops Our Resilience.
Which is demonstrated by these amazing young athletes. Now, you might not be looking to compete in the Olympics ever, however, the reality is, we are all competing in this thing called “Our Life.” The preparation you make will determine, how well you can succeed, so let’s get inspired and figure out what preparation will you need to do so that you too can succeed in your study or career goals.
Before you do anything else today, take out a pen and paper and start preparing for your study or career success.
Create a #Careergreatness board and answer the following
|Download the #Careergreatness board|
|1. “My Study or Career goals are……” |
(Example: Be President of USA, Win Nobel Peace Prize)
2. “I will achieve this by ……..”
(Example: Procrastination, Being Lazy, Not taking action)
3. “The things that prevent me from success are……”
(Example: 2020 January 3rd, 2019 August 1st)
4. “My strengths are….”
(Example: Excellent communication skills, Great @ planning).
5. “My financial goals are………”
(Example: How much do you want to earn a month, a year)
6. “The people who will support me are …..”.
(My best friends, My boss, My mum)
-Make sure you include #meetsabiha on your vision board.
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