One of the most closely guarded secrets of world-class performers is the strategy of focusing their efforts on high-value activities and targets. While middle-class performers are multi-tasking, champions are laser-focused on doing things that create the big payoffs. Watch this short video I taped yesterday at FOX 57 News in Columbia, South Carolina, where I was being interviewed for my new book, Secrets Self- Made Millionaires Teach Their Kids.
Mental Toughness Secret # 2 from Steve Siebold’s best selling book, 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class, which has now sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. ( 2:34 ) [media id=2]
The only thing standing between you and your ultimate vision is the help and support of enough powerful people. Middle class thinkers believe in the self made man/woman theory. World class thinkers believe in learning from mentors. Mental toughness is about critical thinking and being smart. Consider building a mentor team of powerful people who can make your dream come true. 12 years ago I had a dream to take my mental toughness message to the world as a professional speaker, but I didn’t have a clue how to do it. A chance meeting with a great mentor led to a team of
Parade Magazine ran a story last week called ‘What I did with my first Million’. Several movie stars were interviewed about what they bought with their first taste of big money. What I (Steve Siebold) learned from 24 years of interviewing world class performers is the heart of why it’s so important for all of us to make a million, but it has nothing to do with how you spend it. This is one of the most signifcant mental toughess lessons I ever learned about the mind/money connection. (as my friend Bob Proctor calls it)
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton offers a Mental Toughness lesson we should be teaching at every high school, college and university in the world. It’s Mental toughness secret # 45 in my book, 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class. www.mentaltoughnesssecrets.com I wish my college professors would have taught me this one! ( 5:55 )