Ingredients of Success
Are you still waiting for life to fit perfectly into your current circumstances? Don’t waste your time! Take things into your own hands. You have just been appointed CEO of your own life.
By DAN VANDON
II. Be active!
Are you still waiting for the perfect teacher, the perfect institution, or the perfect book? Are you still waiting for life to fit perfectly into your current circumstances? Don’t waste your time! Take things into your own hands. You have just been appointed CEO of your own life. From now on, don’t blame other people for your underachievements, missed opportunities, and frustrations. Instead, define what you can be, determine what you can do. . . and DO IT!
III. Find yourself a guide!
Be on the lookout for someone you can share major projects with. Look for someone who truly believes in your project and—and, this is crucial—in you. Look for someone who has already accomplished what you have set out to do. When you find the right fit, reflect about your project with your guide and allow your guide to help you walk over the rocky roads that lie ahead. Empower your guide to remind you along the way that the destination is worth the work.
IV. Use state-of-the-art techniques!
Familiarize yourself with the most important techniques and tools in your field. No matter how intelligent, motivated, and interested you are, smart use of techniques can multiply the return on your investment. You go for a hike in the mountains? Don't forget your compass and the map. If you set out to go for another degree, familiarize yourself with the basic algebra of the art of studying and learning.
V. Make it happen, don't wait!
The door is open, enter . . . right now!
With a background in intellectual property law, Dan Vandon has earned law degrees in several countries, a chore that led to perfecting the tools and
techniques presented in Red Rubber Duck’s Learning & Study Skill Guide. "Red Rubber Duck's Learning & Study Skill Guide" is Dan Vandon’s personal recipe for dealing with an overflow of
information and mastering exams — challenges
faced by all students.