Those who are unstoppable are in their world. They don’t take on anybody but themselves.
You never know what they will do– only that you will be required to react. Although they do not take on you, they make you take on them.
Are you unstoppable? By the end of this blog site you will be.
15 Sure Things That Will Make Unstoppable
1.Have crystal clear goals.
According to loads of psychology research studies, the most motivating goals are specified and time-bound.
Your objectives can either be focused on your behavior (e.g., I’m going to write 500 words per day) or on the outcomes you’re looking for (e.g., I’m going to get published in The New York Times by June 1, 2016).
For most people, behaviorally-focused objectives are the better and more encouraging choice.
However when you crave the results a lot that the work is irrelevant, your objective ought to be directed straight at the outcomes you want.
Nevertheless, results-focused objectives are better when short-term and grounded in your long-lasting vision and viewpoint.
When your why is strong enough, the how will take care of itself.
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2.Don’t think. Know and act.
Rather than evaluating and thinking, act. Attuned to your senses, and with total trust in yourself, do what you intuitively feel you should.
As Oprah has stated, “Every right decision I have ever made has originated from my gut. Every incorrect choice I’ve made was the result of me not listening to the greater voice of myself.”
The minute you begin believing, you’ve already lost. Believing swiftly pulls you out of the zone.
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3.Always be prepared so you have the freedom to act upon instinct.
Become a master of your craft.
While everyone else is unwinding, you’re practicing and improving.
Learn the left-brained rules in and out so your right brain can have limitless liberty to break the guidelines and create.
With enhanced awareness, time will slow down for you.
You’ll see things in numerous more frames than others.
While they’re attempting to respond to the scenario, you’ll have the ability to manipulate and tweak the circumstances to your liking.
4.Do not be motivated by cash or anything external.
Having nice things is, well, good. But for you, it’s never been about money, status or anything else outside of you.
Take these things away and absolutely nothing changes for you.
You’re still going to be pressing your limitations and giving it your all. Offer these things to you and they won’t ruin you like they do most people.
5.Never be satisfied.
Even after you accomplish a goal, you’re not content. For you, it’s not even about the goal. It’s about reaching out to see how far you can press yourself.
Does this make you ungrateful? Not. You’re entirely humbled and grateful for everything in your life. Which is why you will never get contented or lazy.
6.Constantly remain in control.
Unlike many people, who are dependent on compounds or other external elements, you are in control of what you put in your body, how you spend your time and for how long you stay in the zone.
Act based upon impulse, not impulse.
Even if you could does not indicate you do. And when you do, it’s because you wish to, not because you have to.
7.Be true to yourself.
Although 70 percent of US staff members dislike their tasks and only one in 3 Americans report being happy, unrelenting and unstoppable people purge whatever from their life they hate.
Have the self-respect and confidence to live life on your terms. When something isn’t best in your life, change it. Instantly.
Most people can manage pressure in little dosages. However when left to their own devices, they let off the pressure and relax.
Not you. You never take the pressure off yourself. Rather, you continuously turn-up the pressure. This is what keeps you alert and active.
8.Don’t be afraid of the repercussions of failure.
Most people stay close to the ground, where it’s safe.
If they fall, it won’t harm that bad. However when you pick to fly high, the fall may eliminate you. And you’re OKAY with that.
To you, there is no ceiling and there is no floor. It’s all in your head. If something fails– if you “stop working”– you adjust and keep going.
9.Do not compete with others. Make them take on you.
Most people are competing with other individuals.
They continually check-in to see what others in their area (their “competition”) are doing. As a result, they imitate and copy what’s “working.”.
On the other hand, you’ve left all competition behind. Taking on others makes absolutely no sense to you.
It pulls you from your authentic zone. So you zone out all the external sound and instead zone in to your internal pressure to produce.
10.Never stop learning.
Ordinary people seek entertainment. Extraordinary individuals seek education and knowledge.
When you want to end up being the very best at what you do, you never stop finding out.
You never stop enhancing and honing your skills and understanding.
Your exceptional preparation is what gives you power. No one else is willing to pay the price you’ve paid.
11.Success isn’t enough– it only increases the pressure.
For the majority of people, becoming “effective” is enough.
However, when you’re relentless, success only increases the pressure to do more. Right away following the accomplishment of a goal, you’re concentrated on your next difficulty.
12.Don’t get squashed by success.
Most people can’t handle success, authority or opportunity.
It damages them. It makes them lazy.
When they get what they want, they stop doing the extreme things that got them there. The external noise becomes too extreme.
But for you, no external noise can press more difficultly than your internal pressure.
It’s not about this achievement, however the one after, and the one after that. There is no destination. Just when you’re finished.
13.Entirely own it when you screw it up.
No blame. No deception or impression. Simply the cold hard truth. If you ruin it, you own it. As a leader, you own it when your group fails.
Only with severe ownership can you have total flexibility and control.
14.Let your work speak for itself.
” Well done, is well said.”– Anthony Liccione, poet and author.
Cal Newport’s current book, Deep Work, differentiates “deep work” from “shallow work.” Here’s the distinction:.
Deep work is:.
And non-replicable (i.e., hard to copy/outsource).
Shallow work is:.
Replicable (i.e., anybody can do it).
Talking is shallow. Anyone can do it. It’s easily replicated. It’s low worth. Conversely, deep work is uncommon. It’s done by individuals who are focused and working while everyone else is talking.
Deep work is so good it can’t be overlooked. It does not require words. It speaks for itself.
15.Always work on your mental strength.
The better you can be under pressure, the more you’ll go than anybody else. Since they’ll fall apart under pressure.
The very best training you will ever do is psychological training. Wherever your mind goes, your body follows. Wherever your ideas go, your life follows.
Ali Ounassi, Founder of BestProductivityTips.com