Self-belief even spans further into your life, into your professional and personal endeavours.
For things to change for you, you have to change. For things to get better for you, you have to get better. Do not wish for it to be easier… wish you were better! Don’t wish for fewer problems, wish for more skills – and that is precisely what I want to talk about in this blog.
Reconnect to that self-belief to increase your skills within our craft.
Many people ask the great teachers of our time, what is success? And they sit and wait for a huge, complex answer. The great Jim Rohn said, ‘success is the steady progress in reaching your personal goals, designing your life like you want it and making that steady progress in getting there’.
We all have the core beliefs of what it takes to master our studies and to be successful in our exams. They are simple and clear. They are easy to follow, easy to do, but what’s easy to do is also easy not to do and that’s the habit we need to get out of.
Our personal circumstances do not get better by chance, they get better by change. Without a sense of urgency, desire loses value.
Another eternal question: what’s the secret to happiness? The answer I have heard many of the greats articulate is progress! Yesterday’s learning won’t keep me where I am today… I need to go and do today’s learning.
It isn’t about what that course costs… it’s what it will cost if you don’t invest in it. The books you don’t read won’t help.
If you think education is expensive – try ignorance!