Hi Tec and The Holy Grail

It is when we ask, “What ails thee? How can I serve?” and respond with our warrior spirit, that we find the Grail.

In the quest for the Holy Grail the main turning point is when the hero asks two questions. There are different version of these two questions and each version offers different insights. . . . → Read More: Hi Tec and The Holy Grail

Managing Fear is Sixty Percent of Success

Listening to our fear can make us less fearful because we are communicating with ourselves and can therefore begin to trust ourselves.

Successful people do not live without fear they learn how to manage it. The more successful we want to be the better we need to become at managing fear. Whether we want . . . → Read More: Managing Fear is Sixty Percent of Success

Success Formula: Step 2. Ideas and inspiration.

Having made at least a tentative commitment to a something, we will probably find that ideas and inspiration will come to us to how to go about making it happen. Some of these ideas will be workable and some will be unworkable or even ridiculous. Even if an idea seem ridiculous it is important to . . . → Read More: Success Formula: Step 2. Ideas and inspiration.

Success Forumula: Step 1. Commitment or Intention.

The first step in the Success Formula Commitment or Intention. This is where we go from wondering to actually deciding. Rather than just fantasizing about something we make a decision to do something about what we want.

In this step we say an inner ‘yes’ to what we want. We have decided to take it . . . → Read More: Success Forumula: Step 1. Commitment or Intention.

Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcom Gladwell

What I love about Outliers is how Malcom Gladwell leads the reader from the usual portrayal of success and successful people and takes us to a perspective which is much broader and deeper.

Outliers goes beyond assuming that success is just about the best, the brightest and the self-made. It shows the even radically successful . . . → Read More: Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcom Gladwell