Food for Thought #3: Capitalizing on your potential (in 6 points)

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You don’t need to be a genius, a visionary, or even a college graduate to be successful. You just need a dream and a framework — Foundr

1) Direction is more important than speed

Direction is more important than speed. Many are going fast but in a wrong direction— Nadeem Nathoo

2) Build your knowledge & skill set

If you’re not curious, how are you expecting to learn ? If you don’t learn, how can you understand ? If you don’t understand, how can you have an impact ?

3) Choose the environment(s) you want to evolve in

Environment is the invisible hand that shapes human behavior — James Clear

4) Leverage your communication skills

They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel — Carl W. Buechner

5) Just do it

Don’t call in a dream, call it a plan — Foundr

6) Adopt a Growth mindset

A growth mindset creates a passion for learning rather than hunger for approval — Carol Dweck

I’ve always been passionate about education and helping people reach their full potential. Writing on happiness, self-improvement, perspective.

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