Did you read my post last week?
You can check out my post (Part One) HERE from last week diving into John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success. What were your big takeaways? Would you consider yourself a successful person? How did you get here? This week in the #CJJblog I give you Part Two, aka the top half of this famous pyramid. Enjoy.
- Intentness. Gain clarity on what you want and why you want it. Are you consistently setting new goals for yourself? When you think it, ink it. It’s also important to be intentional with a personal growth (and wellness) plan.
- Condition. What condition are you currently in? How often do you focus on your mental, physical, and emotional well-being?
- Skill. It does not require tremendous skill to be successful. It requires the ability to learn, commit to practicing your craft, and dedication to repetition. Are you consistently developing your skills?
- Team Spirit. How often do you put your interests over those of the team as a whole? To embody true team spirit, you must also think we > me.
- Poise. Do you know who you are? Poise can be defined as the ability to keep your mind and body under control in stressful situations.
- Confidence. Respect all your opponents, but fear none. Being confident in yourself comes from repetition and knowing your mind and body are well-prepared.
- Competitive Greatness. The cream always rises to the top. If you are able to give your best effort at all times, success will follow.
Did You Know? Coach Jim Johnson spoke in Cooperstown, NY last week at the 34th Annual Financial Managers Association conference. Here is a testimonial he received from the Chairperson of the event:
“Coach Jim Johnson is an inspirational speaker that is able to paint encouragement on the hearts of those he engages. Working in an industry that serves people, he was able to remind us of the importance that our day to day interactions have on the lives of others. His presentation left our conference attendees not only inspired, but with an experience that will have a direct impact on their lives and the lives of those they serve. I highly recommend him as a speaker, and have a great appreciation for the uplifting impact he was able to provide for our group.”
Life Tip #40: Add more disciplines in your life to become a more attractive person.