Sunday, August 15, 2010

Robin's 73 Best Business and Success Lessons - Part 5 (Final Part)

1.     The business (and person) who tries to be everything to everyone ends up being nothing to anyone.
2.     One of the primary tactics for enduring winning is daily learning.
3.     To have everything you want, help as many people as you can possibly find get everything they want.
4.     Understand that a problem is only a problem if you choose to view it as a problem (vs. an opportunity).
5.     Clarity precedes mastery. Craft clear and precise plans/goals/deliverables. And then block out all else.
6.     The best in business spend far more time on learning than in leisure.
7.     Lucky is where skill meets persistence.
8.     The best Leaders Without a Title use their heads and listen to their hearts.
9.     The things that are hardest to do are often the things that are the best to do.
10.   Every single person in the world could be a genius at something, if they practiced it daily for at least ten years (as confirmed by the research of Anders Ericsson and others).
11.   Daily exercise is an insurance policy against future illness. The best Leaders Without Titles are the fittest.
12.   Education is the beginning of transformation. Dedicate yourself to daily learning via books/audios/seminars and coaching.
13.   The quickest way to grow the sales of your business is to grow your people.
Robin Sharma is the bestselling author of "The Leader Who Had No Title:  A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and Life." Success lies in a masterful consistency around a few fundamentals. It really is simple. Not easy. But simple. 

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