Author of The Final Enemy, Am I the Killer?,
Complicit Witness, Push Back and Ambition Cliff

Posts Tagged ‘achievement’

Comparing Yourself To Others

Tweet Be Careful When Comparing Yourself to Others There is a huge difference between using a role model or icon’s accomplishments as a goal and comparing yourself to that person. One can be a motivational tool but comparing yourself to someone else can be deflating and inhibiting. We always seem to be comparing our lives…

Read More

Dream Big

Tweet Shoot for the Moon Why not dream? Why not have outrageous goals? Why do we limit ourselves?  There is nothing to be afraid of. If you set your sights on a lofty goal and really commit to it, you guarantee yourself a measure of success.  It’s as simple as that! What is the worse that…

Read More

Confidence

Tweet The Trust Connection I am convinced confidence is the key to a fuller life.  I would like to look at the connection between trust and confidence. The definition of confidence is often boiled down to a strong belief in yourself and your abilities. However, this definition misses an important component of confidence and the boost it provides in your ability to…

Read More

Danger of Insecurity

Tweet Insecurity! We all feel insecure at times.  Sometimes it may be a new situation or environment which leads to a sense of insecurity.  However, I want to focus on those deeper rooted feelings that we may not be good enough.  This lack of self worth expresses itself as insecurity. Bogs You Down The manifestation…

Read More

Fear

Tweet Fear is a part of our existence.  Our DNA is hard wired and our physical responses to real danger are instinctive.   But fear is not danger but a mental perception of a possible danger.  This is a key distinction that almost everyone misses. Fear lives in the unknown. We are afraid of what…

Read More

Statement of Purpose

Tweet Have a purpose or mission to accomplish, makes achieving your goals easier.  You should be focused on your task or goal.  All your actions and thoughts should be directed towards the goal. This mind set increases your confidence and it is proven that confident people have an easier time with achievement. How Do You Get…

Read More

Saving Time – Ways to Save Time

Tweet As promised, I have concrete, time saving ideas that actually work! These free, practical suggestions apply to both your work and personal life. To get your free copy via email, please subscribe to my blog (its free as well).  You will also receive all new posts via email automatically. You will not receive any…

Read More

Slackers – How to Handle Them

Tweet We know them, they are in the office,  are in our department, they are everywhere. They are the slackers. They do little, hide a lot and get by while aggravating the hell out of us. Slackers take credit for work done by others, pretending to have contributed. Slackers are experts at appearing to be busy and…

Read More

Copy Cat with a Twist – Improve Rather than Innovate

Tweet Be A Copy Cat Originality is a sure fire way to achieve success. Problem is it can be tough to be original; inventing a new product or idea. It’s far easier to improve an existing product or idea. In fact, most success is nothing more than a twist on something already in the marketplace.…

Read More

Achieve Success with Lessons Re-learned!

Tweet Lessons to Achieve Success Success is achievable, you can really do anything! A previous blog http://danpetrosini.wordpress.com/2011/03/18/confidence-self-esteem-contd/,  explained how breaking your goal down into achievable sections, and building on those sections leads to success and confidence. Reinforcement A key component of learning and developing a new skill is reinforcement.  Doing something over and over until you  get it. Sounds logical enough and guaranteed…

Read More