This is a little story about a boy and girl who were playing together. The kid had a lot of marbles and the girl had candy with her. The boy asked the girl whether she would replace her candy for marbles. The girl agreed and delivered all the candy to the boy. But the boy hit the biggest and colorful marble he had and got the girl. That night, the girl walked well, but the boy was restless all night thinking that the girl could have hidden some candy from him as if he had hidden marble.
The moral story is – & # 39; What you give is what you get and what you get is what you deserve. In this case, the boy was not honest and it was sleepless night filled with doubt.
How often do we face people who cheat themselves and teach the world or curse the fate of their existence? In nature, you like to play inferior play and expect better results; When the results do not come in, they start to teach a game. Is not it true?
Introspect and see if you've also been the victim of this self-evident unfair game defeat.
While you were in college, you wanted to challenge differences in your field of study, but only take an effort to get another grade. What was the result?
While you went to work, you promised to reach a certain conclusion but failed to accomplish it. Did you and your team know the real commitment at Level 10 ?
While you have completed a training plan, did you expect a coach to score level 10, but you never participated in level 10. What was the result?
Think about it! Why do 1% of people control 85% of world resources? Why is it that only a handful of people has millions of followers? Why few people reach and maintain the star? Why and how do champions become champions?
The answer is simple – they play their game at the 10th level.
You can either believe in destiny or create your own destiny.
Do you think that Sachin Tendulkar would be a great cricketer or did he really manage his life to become one? When he was hardly 8 years old he was spending time training cricket. He was 12 years old and was 16 years old and played for the national team like Imran Khan and Wasim Akram. Imagine if he spent time watching TV, playing cool games with friends or just sneaking around for an hour, would he have become a sign?
After the age of 37, most of his performance and passion for the game ignored the criticism that he did not quit. And he went to score the double century in one day international, he was the most consistent player in the test match and was also the highest run getter in the 3rd edition of the IPL T20. Imagine whether he had to give pressure and make a compromise if he had not been God Cricket as we know him.
The question is why only him? It's because he plays a better game and gets better results first in his mind and then on the pitch. And by the way, he is not the only one; We have not heard of Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, Ratan Tata, Steve Jobs, Andrew Groove, Michael Jordan, Pele, Sergei Bubka, Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt and the list can continue. What did those champions do? Level 10 Attitudes to Success!
Source by Rahul Kapoor