When things get tough, adapt your performance.
Anxiety is met and devastated with boldness. Over and over when the operating your business appears to be tough and all opportunities gone, you need to have somewhat more strength and exert more effort so that in the end you can definitely triumph. Don’t surrender your plans when you are nearly close to achieving success. You will often get triumphant by adapting your performance, ultimately, be more audacious and adventurous more than you have ever been at any time in your life.
Achievement is by all accounts associated with the ability to adapt your performance. To be effective you need to continue moving; you might commit errors, but you must keep on keeping on. The key to achievement is your ability to explore your thoughts, look forward to achievement, expect success, and get down to business. Never find yourself sitting on brilliant ideas. Act on them. To successfully adapt your performance you have to continuously keep an open door in your consciousness for new thoughts and ideas.
How to adapt your performance:
Gain new information and ideas. Question, and test facts and assumptions. Be inspired and motivated. Improve your overall vision. Find new and improved ways of accomplishing your dreams. Have a helpful positive attitude. Permit yourself time to listen, observe and reason. Improve your emotions, thinking and communication.
Provide a feed-back to your brain when you achieve a goal e.g. Say audible to yourself “It’s done”. Adjust to the situation to help yourself gain a deeper perspective and understanding about the depth of the challenge, so as to render an effective solution. Create better understanding of the two sides of your goals: the upside and the downside.
As you adapt your performance you:
Gain new ideas. Always question any assumptions that lack adequate backup information. Be inspired. Improve your thinking. Stay motivated. Find new ways of doing things. Improve your emotional intelligence. Adjust to the requirements of the situation.
You adapt your performance when you:
Ask the right questions. Improve your performance. Adjust your daily habits to increase your performance. Create lasting solutions. Find better and easier ways of doing things. Test and implement your objectives.
Your focus will be proportionate to your insight
Apply your heart to instruction and your ears to words of knowledge. –Proverbs 23 vs. 12
- The trouble with many plans is that they are based on the way things are now. To be successful, your personal plan must focus on what you want, not what you have. – Nido Qubein
- Success isn’t magic or hocus-pocus- it’s simply learning how to focus. – Jack Canfield
- The happiest life is that which consistently exercises and educates what is best in us. – Philip G. Hamerton
- Discovery lies in seeing what everyone sees, but thinking what know one has thought.
- Life is built of the things we do. The only constructive material is positive action.
Demonstrate determination by exercising your insight and expecting good things in life. By dealing with a problem earlier rather than later, it is easier to maintain your focus, objectivity and self-discipline. To avert the problem from escalating avoid annoyance, anxiety, and misinformation.
Develop these five facets of insight and focus in each stage of your life:
-Internalization of spiritual, professional and personal values that result in the knowledge, integrity, and awareness to self-assess the moral-ethical aspects of every situation and the personal courage to take appropriate action regardless of consequences.
-The sense of duty, resilience, and grit necessary to accomplish the mission and get results.
-The empathy, loyalty, respect, and humility that enables an individual to treat others with dignity and display selflessness.
-The ability to inspire and develop others while establishing a safe, positive climate where everyone thrives while achieving tangible results.
-The ability to act with the proper professional good manners in all professional, social, and spiritual (e.g. church) environments.
- Display resilience to get results
- Have empathy, loyalty, respect, and humility for others
- Inspire and develop others
- Act with dignity in all your endeavors
- Integrity, and
- Respect, and
I am focusing my time, effort, energies, and resources only on projects, opportunities, and people that give me a huge reward for my efforts.