Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Mentality of a Champion II

Most people in today’s world usually choose problem of their sizes and ignore the bigger or smaller problems to others. As a champion, you must always learn to look out for problems and tasks bigger then you. In fact, real success in any endeavor usually demands more from an individual than most people are willing to offer. The desire not to take risks so as be safe will always stand against every great and virtuous dream. Self-security is indeed the first step towards stagnation. He who dares nothing should expect nothing.

A Wise man called Christian Bovee once said, "One who is contented with what he has done will never be famous for what he will do”. If you have achieved all that you have planned for yourself, then you have not planned enough.

Always be used for a mighty purpose. Dare to choose a goal for which you are willing to exchange a piece of your life. The surest way to happiness is lose yourself in a course greater than yourself, because you will always be unhappy if you do not reach out for something that goes beyond you.

Another wise man called Robert Goddard also said, “It is difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is simply the hope of today and the reality to tomorrow”. Every great action usually seems impossible when it undertaken. To be complacently satisfied with yourself is indeed a sure sign that your progress is about to end.

If you are satisfied with yourself, then you better change your ideals. Always keep moving and keep pressing. There is no stopping for you. Never get satisfied or contended. That alone will spring forth a new desire to keep digging, moving and pressing.

No comments: