Strategic Moments to Create a Lifetime of Success

“Fear of failure is closely connected with the apprehension of failure in any field of life, such as career, business, education of private life”
― Sunday Adelaja

“A nagging focus on time management makes us want to increase the speed of our lives. Maintaining a focus on priority management helps us recognize the need to slow down. When our use of time is built around well-defined priorities, life is less a question of how much we can get done and more a question of whether something is worth doing at all.”
― Joe Jordan, Sharpen Your Life: 52 Strategic Moments to Create a Lifetime of Success

“seek a way or MAKE one.

Seek Success, not Popularity. It lasts longer.

Short cuts to success are none. Efforts only can achieve success.

Some call it Obsession I call it Dedication.

starting point of all achievement is desire.

Staying positive will win you Victory, positively.”
― Harsh Malik

“Like the three points in a triangle, knowing your value, maintaining your value, and getting compensated for your value are essential in building professional stability and longevity. If the compensation or the opportunity sounds too good to be true — it probably is. Sooner or later, reality prevails over rhetoric.”
― Joe Jordan

“Boundaries are easier to manage when your values are well-defined.”
― Joe Jordan, Sharpen Your Life: 52 Strategic Moments to Create a Lifetime of Success

“You can’t fulfill your calling inside your comfort zone.”
― Johnathan Key

“…if you do the job no one wants, you might eventually get the job everybody wants. But you have to be willing to climb the ladder, starting with the bottom rung.”
― Mark Batterson, All In: You Are One Decision Away From a Totally Different Life

“Putting lifestyle first is how you find a job– not a calling.”
― Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air

“Our fulfillment in life and career meets with success when we give our best as per our unique talent, gifting, strengths while willing to team up with others in the areas of our limitations…”
― Assegid Habtewold, The 9 Cardinal Building Blocks: For Continued Success in Leadership