Hey there thanks for stopping by , today we are looking at 6 life lessons that we can learn from Donald Trump
I would have to say that i like number 6 is most, but they are all important valuable lessons we all should learn, simple and effective, enjoy and leave your thoughts below , thanks again for stopping by and have a great day. Chris edge
“The most important thing in life is to love what you’re dong, because that’sthe only way you’ll ever be really good at it.”
moderation would be good. Of course, my life hasn’t exactly been
one of moderation.” It is like they say today: “Go big or go home.” If
you truly want to be successful, Trump would say you need to take it
over the top. Do everything with great intensity and drive. People
with intensity and drive can’t help but succeed.
imagined that ﬁring 67 people on national television would actually
make me more popular, especially with the younger generation.”
Many people had never heard of Donald Trump, until The Apprentice
brought him into their living rooms. Having a strong public image is
critical to the success of any career that you choose, even if your
career is just local in your community. Do things that raise your
presence and draw positive attention to yourself.
be willing to welcome the chance of being lucky. You can certainly
make your own luck in life, but you can also look for more
opportunities to be lucky when you know how to read the signs.
Being in the right place at the right time can very easily make a deal.
Luck can be a big part of your success.
living. I was looking to make a statement.” Not only does Trump know
how to be successful, but how to make an impact. You might
wonder, “Does it really matter?” But Trump knows that making this
impact matters to his bottom line. People see him as successful and
wealthy, and even more people want to do business with him
because he is seen as successful and wealthy. It is a circle that Trump
knows and takes full advantage of.
out of everyone.”
6. Live the life you love all the time. “If you're interested in ‘balancing’
work and pleasure, stop trying to balance them. Instead make your
work more fun and interesting.”
“In the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake
but by what you !nally accomplish.”