How do you create a blueprint for success when you do not know where to start?
It can be hard to turn your visions and goals into a clear-cut reality. It has become even more challenging in these changing times, where we have been left with a very different world to the one we inhabited before. Our predicted paths to success have been altered before our eyes, leaving us uncertain about the direction our lives are bound to take.
The good news is that the inspiration for success is just a click away. The Virtual Success Summit series, featuring industry leaders who have found their own blueprint for success, can equip you with the tools you need to shape the course of your life. This inspiring video series drives us to be comfortable with change and develop new routines and habits that will set us up for success. These summits not only give us a chance to reflect on who we are, but also how we are going to get to where we aspire to be.
The success achieved by the likes of top life strategist Tony Robbins, Spanx creator Sara Blakely and Virgin business mogul Sir Richard Branson are great catalysts to condition your own mind for triumph. In the most recent Virtual Success Summit, they offered invaluable tips on how to harness the potential of your passions and turn them into successes. Read on below to find out more about how our inspiring speakers became the best in their respective businesses:
Tony Robbins, one of the world’s leading life strategists:
- Raise your standards – make your goals ‘must-dos’
- Seek true fulfillment – find work that truly makes you feel happy
- Progress leads to happiness – there is nothing better than facing a difficult challenge and meeting it
- Be resourceful – don’t allow yourself to be easily defeated; find other ways to reach your goals
- Look for leverage – break your goals down into smaller, more palatable parts to make them more attainable
Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx shapewear:
- Fail big – failure results from lack of trying when you don’t stretch yourself far enough out of your comfort zone
- Visualise your big goal – define your goal in a concrete way
- Don’t take no for an answer – keep on trying until you get that elusive ‘yes’
- Hire people you like and trust – take a chance on friends or colleagues who have supported you from the beginning
- You have the ability – do your research and surround yourself with people who know more than you
Sir Richard Branson, mogul of the Virgin business empire:
- Follow your dreams – get involved in life by doing the things that interest you
- Do some good – entrepreneurs have to have an idea that makes a positive difference to other people’s lives for it to achieve any success
- Be the best – make your projects palatably better than what is being offered by your competitors
- Don’t give up – you’ll come across a range of challenges, make sure you weather them all
- Keep setting yourself new challenges – set new goals and targets so you never get comfortable with what you’ve already achieved
To unlock your potential with the help of some of the world’s most successful people, look no further than Virtual Success Summits. Register your interest today to gain free access to the best lessons in entrepreneurial leadership and learn the skills you need to think like an industry leader.