In the last two entries, I talked about why 'A' students work for 'C' students. Check it out here and here. I would like to subtitle this one " 'A' students work for 'C' students and 'D' students work at McDonalds"
A few days ago, a Facebook friend, Luis Correa, posted this:
The way SUCCESSFUL people make a decision:
1. Ask for info
2. Look at info
3. Do a bit of research
4. TAKE ACTION
The way UNsuccessful people make a decision:
1. Ask for info
2. Begin being skeptical
3. Look at info partially
4. Again more skepticism
5. Ask 10 questions that are already in the info that they didn't look at.
6. Ask family and friends (who are also unsuccessful) what they think.
7. Do no research
8. Put off to a later date(which is never)
9. GET BACK ON FACEBOOK AND COMPLAIN ABOUT THE SAME STUFF OVER & OVER.
CAN YOU SEE THE DIFFERENCE..this is why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer...Its all on how decisions are made...REAL SIMPLE. EVERY successful person makes decision quick and logically, no emotions needed, realize its real ... So...Which one are you going to be?
Luis is speaking of our 'D' students. These students want to do the bare minimum but want massive results. They want 'A' student results but won't even put in 'C' student effort. They are the students who have no hustle. They fear disappointment so much that they rather not even try.
They want easy. They want fast. They want a job at McDonalds or any other place that doesn't require much thought on their part. And yet they desire a millionaire lifestyle.
Since they are not willing to put in the effort to improve themselves, they do the next best thing-complain. They complain that their job sucks and their boss sucks. They hate their coworkers, their shifts, their off days, and their work days. They throw pity parties about how sad their lives are but when faced with opportunities, they complete steps one through nine on Luis' checklist over and over again or better yet say "Oh, that's not for me." And to that I ask, "And working at McDonalds is huh?" (No response needed.)
Time for a little self-evaluation. Are you an 'A' student, a 'C' student or a 'D' student? If you are an 'A' student who wants a 'C' student mindset or a 'C' student who is ready to take it to the next level, step into my office. Connect with online and let's work together to make that happen.
'D' students need not apply. McDonalds is still hiring.
Until my next post.... I wish you peace, patience and prosperity.