More tips from Dream Chaser.
The law of least effort is about finding your true purpose and true area of excellence.
If you want to achieve your dream, then you have to make sure you have aligned your strengths, habits and potential.
Strengths + Habit + potential = Dream success
Build your strengths using habits
Build your strengths using potential.
Habits have a cumulative effect – but the results don’t usually show up until much later in life.
Dreams don’t come true because a person does something good once in a while. Success is not an event – it is a lifestyle
For John C. Maxwell, he knows his strengths are leading, communicating, creating and networking. In his book – Put your dream to the test, he shares some daily habits he engages in, to move his strengths to their maximum potential;
Every day, he reads on the subject of leadership
Every day, he files on the subject of leadership
Every day, he writes on the subject of leadership
Every day, he talks about the subject of leadership
Every day, he asks questions about the subject of leadership
Every day, he trains people on the subject of leadership
Every day, he adds value to people on subject of leadership
Every day, he talks to leaders on the subject of leadership
Every day, he tries to cultivate good relationships with leaders
Every day, he works to gain the respect of leaders
Every day, he tries to add value to leaders without expecting something in return
Tosan’s take: I was stirred when I saw this because I could instantly tell why he was such an authority in leadership and productivity; I could literally see the results of using habits to develop even stronger strengths and greater potentials especially when applied with such consistency. Imagine if you deliberately fed your strengths with such depth and consistency…