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How to Leverage Your Successes in Life

Unlike an investment, your past success can be an indicator of future success. Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, replied in the FAQ section of his book that Robert Burgleman, one of his favorite professors at Stanford Business School taught him, " The single biggest danger in business and life other than outright failure, is to be successful without being resolutely clear about why you are successful in the first place."
Have you made a connection to the patterns of thoughts, emotions and behaviours that creates your success? A connection to WHY you are successful provides you with a keen awareness and a roadmap of familiar patterns of thoughts/emotions/habits that you can adapt to present day realities to improve your effectiveness towards desired achievements.

Like many people when faced with new challenges or adversity your initial thought is probably not...OH YEAH! another obstacle for me to overcome! Your initial thought is probably alone the lines of WHY ME? or …