Anyone can be their own prognosticator of their future.
What I mean is, anyone can foretell what their achievement will be in the future.
The secret is shared by Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba Group.
Here is what he said,
“Your greatest achievement is what you spend most of your time in.”
If you spend most of your time learning, you’ll be very knowledgeable.
If you spend most of your time exercising, you’ll be fit.
If you spend most of your time in sales, you’ll make money.
Sounds like common sense.
Well, common sense is not common until it has been told.
To me, it was a paradigm shift when I first heard it.
During the years when I was searching for the meaning of success and how to be successful, I spent all my spare time reading self-help books and attending seminars. I even taught people about success. I was very knowledgeable, but I was nowhere near the success that I wanted.
I’m sure you have friends who know a lot of things from politics to history, but how is their achievement in career?
As what Jack Ma said, “If you spend most of your time learning, you’ll be very knowledgeable.”
He didn’t say if you spend most of your time learning, you’ll be rich!
No matter how big or small the thing is, if you spend most of your time on it, it is going to be your biggest achievement.
Ask yourself, how much time do you spend on
– playing games
– checking out deals and offers
– doing home improvement
– reading and replying to chats and messages
– minding other people’s business
If you can channel most of your time into something, you will be very good at that thing.
In other words, if you want to be good at something, all you have to do is simply channel all your time into it.
When I channeled my time into building online businesses one after another, my income kept growing.
It’s as simple as that!
So, do you want to foretell what your greatest achievement will be?
Just look at what you are spending most of your time in currently.
To your success,
To Your success,
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