20 Tips to Make 2015 Your Best Year Ever

I check in with Robin Sharma periodically. He usually has some wise things to say. The other day, I saw his list of 20 things you should do to make 2015 your best year ever. I like this list. It covers a wide range of ideas on life and career success.

Check it out…

  1. Generosity beats scarcity in every situation.
  2. If you’re the most successful person in every room, find a new room.
  3. If you’re not up early, you’re sleeping too late.
  4. Epic performance has more to do with saying no than saying yes.
  5. Commit to becoming the undisputed heavyweight champion of your craft.
  6. Get fit so you can serve more people.
  7. Impact is a better measure of success than income.
  8. A failure only becomes a failure if you let it become a failure.
  9. Your job is to see the greatness in people who have yet to own the greatness within themselves.
  10. Don’t wait to be inspired to start your dream. Start your dream to grow inspired.
  11. What the victim calls luck, the hero calls relentlessness.
  12. Be polite. Be on time. Be optimistic.
  13. Make each fresh day of this new year a little better than yesterday. Daily optimizations will soon lead to exponential improvements.
  14. Make time to rest. Sleep is a secret weapon of true A-Players.
  15. To double your income, triple your investment in your professional education and on your personal development.
  16. Trust your instinct more than what society says is reasonable and possible.
  17. Go directly to where your fear lives because on the other side of that is where your power lies.
  18. Genius is less about genetics and more about obsessive amounts of practice.
  19. Never be too busy to be kind.
  20. Remember that life’s just too short to play small with your potential this New Year.

I love all 20 tips here.  But I particularly like 19.  Truly successful people are kind.  They are willing to help others achieve their greatness.  They are not threatened by others’ success, they celebrate it.  Be kind, folks.

Your career mentor,


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