“We all know that we can’t put down our sodas or our cell phones. But what if these cravings are engineered–by design? And what if these desires actually cause damage–not just to ourselves, but to our families, our friends, and our entire society?”
It is estimated that her years of practice included falling on her butt onto hard ice at least 20,000 times. Why did she do it? It was her passion that fueled her commitment to deliberate practice.
I’ve been reading The Wisdom of Success: The Philosophy of Achievement by Napoleon Hill. This book is the original interview of Andrew Carnegie by Napoleon Hill.
There is one question you must ask yourself every day if you really want to achieve great things. If you can get the answer right, your success is all but assured.
Psychological research done in the early 1980s estimated that two out of five successful people consider themselves frauds and other studies have found that 70 percent of all people feel like impostors at one time or another.