By Tonny Wandella
Many people are excellent at what they do. Some are even considered exceptional. Only a few people though, are truly unstoppable.
Unstoppable people compete against no one but themselves. You rarely know what they’ll do; all you know is that you’ll have to react. They make you compete with them, even though they don’t compete with you.
Are you unstoppable? You will be on your way by the end of this post.
1. Be honest with yourself.
Even though 70% of employees despise their employment and only one in every three Americans claims to be happy. Relentless and determined people remove everything they despise from their lives. Have the self-esteem and self-assurance to live your life on your terms. Change anything that isn’t working in your life. Immediately.
2. Never let go of the reins.
In tiny doses, most people can tolerate pressure. When they’re left to their own devices, though, they let go of the tension and relax. You are not one of them. You never let yourself off the hook. Instead, you keep increasing the pressure. It’s what keeps you awake and engaged at all times.
3. Never stop learning new things.
Ordinary people want to be entertained. Extraordinary people aspire to learn and educate themselves. If you want a brighter future, you’ll have to fail a lot. If you fail frequently, your brain is learning, altering and reshaping.
You’ll be amazed at how much you’ve learned and done when you look back on your progress every 90 days and measure THE GAIN instead of The GAP. When you look back, you’ll be astounded at where you were and who you were. And what a long way you’ve come. This will give you more confidence to take bigger leaps in the future.
4. Success isn’t enough; it merely adds to the stress.
For the most part, getting “successful” is sufficient. They eventually cease concentrating on the future and become satisfied with a particular “status” they’ve achieved. It turned out that the status was what they wanted.
When you’re relentless, however, achievement just adds to the pressure to accomplish more. You’re immediately focused on your next task after accomplishing a goal. You’re more interested in ongoing growth than a status, which always necessitates a detachment from your previous status and identity.
5. Don’t get crushed by success
The majority of people are incapable of handling success, power, or status. It obliterates them. It makes them sluggish. They cease doing the things that got them there once they obtain what they desire. The outside noise gets unbearable.
No external noise, on the other hand, can drive you harder than your internal pressure. It’s not about this accomplishment, but about the ones that come after it. There is no end in sight. When you’re done, that is.
When you’re unstoppable, you’ll get anything you want. You already own all of the knowledge you require. All you have to do now is believe in yourself and take action.
Are you unstoppable?