This Is What Winners Do…

We are experts in pointing out what went wrong, but have trouble pointing out what went well.

There are days when you suck in bringing back the results.

It is said we are our own critics.

But we brush off taking time to highlight the good things we did in those days when we were at our best.

As if you’re hinting that it was a fluke.

Winners identifying the things that helped them kick ass for the day, and they maximize on them.

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Time Management Is Self Management

The best way to manage your time is to manage yourself.

Look at what you do that generates the kind of results you want to achieve.

Most of the time you will find that the things you believe got you ahead you can do without, or alternatively delegate to someone else while you focus on things that excite you.

20% of what you do counts for 80% of the results you are get.

List the top 5 things that will bring you the results you want for the following day.

After every completed task, mark it off your list as the day progresses.

Do this for the week, then a month and people around you will come to think that you are good at time management.

Only to find that you’re just good at managing yourself.

Sometimes the most simplest of things are the most effective.

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Accountability Partners

Success becomes easy for you when you have people that you need to report back to on a regular basis on how far you are towards reaching them.

People that will support you and encourage you to press on the path to your success.

Your accountability partners.

These partners must be people who have what you want in terms of status or personality or material wealth.

Having others evaluate yourself daily allows you to be truly honest about your situation, making it possible to really measure how far you need to push and what you need to do to get you to your target.

The path to your goal never changes but the goal will never change.

Be accountable.

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele