7 Secrets To High Performance Thinking
Part 6 - Humor
In Parts 1 through 5 of this series we've discussed relaxation,
goal setting and
The Taoists have a saying, "The Journey is the reward."
High performance thinkers exemplify that remark.
They pick their profession, not because of the money they
expect to make, but because of the joy it brings them.
In the words of J. Paul Getty, they've learned to thrive on
They don't see what they do as do or die.
They've learned to laugh at themselves and try not to take
things too seriously.
What others may consider a problem, they consider a challenge.
Their sense of humor and ability to enjoy their work increases
as their abilities increase.
Many times they spend long hours on a task not because they
feel a need to work hard, but because they have so much fun
at what they do.
When we find joy in doing what we love time flies by in the
blink of an eye.
If you're ready to be a high performance thinker, learn to
Find work that gives you joy.
Stop looking at the task at hand as a struggle. View it as
a magnificent game.
To the high performance thinker, there is no line between
work and play. His work is his passion.
In the sports world it's called being in the zone. High performance
thinkers perform in the same manner.
* They are acting in the moment.
* They have no doubts.
* Time almost stands still.
* They are focused to the point that outside influences are
literally blocked out.
Stop trying so hard and start enjoying the process.
In part seven
of this report we'll summarize the Secrets Of High Performance
Wishing You Success, John Colanzi
Copyright © 2002 John Colanzi
John Colanzi has been writing for the Internet for
3 years. He has shown hundreds of webmasters how to use mindset
medication to join the ranks of the successful, prosperous
marketers. His latest eBook, "7 Secrets Of Success" is available
free at: http://motivational.internet-profits4u.com
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