How to Make it Happen in 2014 (Free eBook)

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Make it Happen!
“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” — George Eliot
 14 Tips to Make it Happen in 2014

Remember that information, seminars, books, and events don’t change people, people change when they believe and act on the information.

 

 

Tip #1

To begin with, you must have an intriguing idea, a dream; something you are so passionate about, a problem to solve, a need to meet, a mark to make. That is your Dream, Your Vision, Your Goal:  Be specific! See the big picture. How will it be like, when you finally get it? What will success mean to you? Set crystal clear goals; goals that will set your heart on fire.

Make it important to you.

 

Tip #2

Focus: (Follow One Course Until Successful). Master One thing. Don’t dissipate your energy. Ask yourself, what one thing do I want to be noted for this year?  Then channel all your energy and resources to make it happen. Become so good at what you do that you can’t be ignored. So, become the best in your chosen field.

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Tip #3

Raise the bar on yourself! Think Big!  Expand your vision and expect more from yourself than anyone, then, go make it happen. Compete against yourself and challenge yourself daily.  Use your creative imagination. Think win, win, in all the time.  Ask: How can I help someone win today? How can I be a miracle to someone?

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Tip #4

 

Build a team: Carefully select your dream team. Remember: you are the average of your 5 closest friends you spend most time with. Evaluate your circles in the previous year, did they help or hamper your progress? Then revise where necessary, it matters!

TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More

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About the author

Bernard Kelvin Clive

A Lifestyle Entrepreneur, CEO of BKC Consulting, amazon bestselling author with fifteen published books. Hosts the #1 ranked Business & Career Podcast in Ghana and arguably the number one authority on Digital Publishing and Personal branding.

Copyright © 2014. Bernard Kelvin Clive, BKC Consulting