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works, here's something worth to read.
SUCCESS formula - by Anthony Robbins
Success - "knowing the right people," "being in the
right place at the right time," and "using the right
tools" - Anthony Robbins
Your career is not everything; your life is. But then,
what is life without a career or a career without a
1. You are always on your own. Even if you work for a
big company, you will always be on your own. Companies
aren't people. They're things and they don't have
feelings. If you are expecting the company to "take
care of you or "do the right thing", you'll be often
disappointed. There are no strong bonds in a company.
No one cares more about your career than you do.
Remember that, and don't expect the company to take
care of you.
2. Certain jobs fit certain people best. You do have
special gifts that fit you for some, disqualify you
for others. Take time to assess your skills,
temperament and aptitude in depth.
3. Careers are short-term. Your present job can end
anytime, even if you own the company! Therefore, think
short term. Don't take your present career for
granted. Someone once described a consultant as a
person who wakes up every morning unemployed. You
should feel the same way. Wake up every morning
feeling unemployed so that you'll appreciate your
present job more and figure out what you're going to
do next. Always have a "Plan B." (No kidding!!)
4. It's more important to be a "people person" than an
"achievement-oriented person” who always win at the
cost of others. People skills are more important than
technical skills. Even in technical jobs, you have to
deal with someone. The average performer who are
easier to get along with last longer in his job.
5. What you accomplish today will be your calling card
tomorrow. Your accomplishments will determine your
marketability. In marketing yourself, it's the results
that count. A soccer forward who scores in every game
is easier to market than one who doesn't. So make sure
you're contributing something substantial and
measurable every day. And make sure you keep a written
record of your results, in case you forget!
6. If you lose your job, 80% of your marketing for a
new position is already done. That's right. Your
reputation, results, accomplishments, people skills,
contributions, friendships are all a matter of record.
If you've been a contributor, if you've been kind to
others and easy-to-work-with, you'll be in better
demand. If not, you won't. Nobody can create
friendship for you if you haven't created it for
7. Changing fields, industries, and functional
specialties is difficult. The more difficult it is,
the bigger the change will be. Therefore, choose your
career path carefully. As management expert Peter
Drucker says, "The best way to predict the future is
to plan it."
8. If you're fired or laid off, don't sue your former
employer. Ask yourself why you didn't see it coming;
or if you did see it coming. Ask yourself why you
didn't do something about it. Figure out your part in
causing the problem. Then set about creating a new,
better life for yourself. There is a better life in
9. Don't stay in a job you hate. Hating your job can
10. Success is difficult. If success were easy,
everyone would be successful.
11. There's a special place for everyone. You can
create the kind of future you want.
12. The workplace is fun and challenging. It can also
be cruel and heartless. It rewards effort and
planning, but tends to punish indifference and lack of
preparation. Those who don't manage their careers, who
just let things happen - often end up in painful,
dead-end jobs and lifestyles.
13. You are in full control of your own future. No one
can deny you a happy life if you decide to plan it and
work for it. No one can stop you from becoming
successful, but yourself.
14. It's never too late for a new beginning.
15. Align yourself with winners. Hang around with
winners. Success really does rub off from others.
"If you keep doing what you have always been doing,
you're going to get what you've always gotten"