Born to Succeed: Releasing Your Business Potential
Amazing book and very easy to read. If Robert T.Kyosaki’s “Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids about Money That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!” is already on your book shelve and you are ready for another good book, then do not look any further. While the audience of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” is by no means limited to those, who are interested in business and making money, this is even more true about Colin Turner’s book. Each person, no matter what his/her profession, can find in this book just what he/she needs.
According to Colin Turner, each of us are naturally born to succeed and the purpose of our life is to realize our potential. In order to do that, we need to know ourselves. We need to ask ourselves what we would do if we had complete freedom and if we knew that we would succeed.
We can achieve anything that we want, but we need to have an unconditional belief in our ability to succeed. Only wishing is not enough. The outer world is the reflection of our inner world. Therefore if we want to control the external events of our life, first we should learn to control our thoughts and attitudes.
It is wrong to think that if we had mistakes and failures in the past, we cannot succeed in the future. Since childhood, we have been conditioned by our environment, but by understanding the ways in which we have been conditioned, we can reverse the trend.
We don’t need to compare ourselves with others. What we need to compare is our current achievements with our potential. We don’t need to blindly obey the society’s rules and expectations either. By doing so, all we are going to achieve is being an average person. We should not be afraid to go our own way. We should avoid moaners and gossipers and surround yourselves by like-minded people. When leaders face problems, they don’t complain and don’t look for someone to blame, but they look for a way out. Only by standing up for challenges, we can become stronger and achieve what we want.