These are my notes from the book “Organize Tomorrow Today” by Jason Selk. It was a nice and inspiring book to read.
“There is no magic success pill. Success requires strong and consistent effort, and the act of evaluating yourself on that effort. Most people believe that it takes their best effort on everything, and that couldn’t be further from the truth. Highly successful people give tremendous attention to the most important activities daily and then do fairly well with the rest. Remember from the earlier chapters: it’s key to have focused attention on your “3 Most Important” and “1 Must.” It’s definitely a different mindset than most people have, but once you try it, you’ll discover something that will give you all the motivation you need: when you give your best effort to your top priorities, the success that comes to you will be deserved.”
“That may sound simple, but it’s really very profound. When you define success by your effort, anything is truly achievable. And when you consistently work toward your goals—and honestly evaluate that effort—you will begin to deserve the success that comes.”
Organize Tomorrow Today
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