Bringing Value, Solving Problems and Leaving a legacy
A short synopsis from the 40 stories written in the bestseller “Bringing Value, Solving Problems and Leaving a legacy”
My biggest takeaways from Paul Hopfensperger’s story:
1. Swimming, all the way from England to France, is not an easy challenge. Paul succeeded in swimming the English Channel by changing his philosophy, focusing his mind on his goal, and learning the skills required to achieve his target. Inspired by Jim Rohn’s words, “Don’t wish it were easier, wish you were better, don’t wish for less problems, wish for more skills, ” Paul never negotiated with his dream and reached his goal 3 times.
2. “Everything worthwhile is this life is an uphill battle”. You first have to try… until you succeed, and the key is never to give up.
3. When self-doubt creeps in, keep your target in mind and keep moving! If not, you’ll reach the end of your life full of regrets. Would you instead suffer the pain of discipline or the pain of regret? This is your choice. Make sure you make the best one!
Thank you, Paul Hopfensperger, for showing us that we can get better at anything we choose to do if we try!
More info: “Bringing Value, Solving Problems and Leaving a Legacy” (p. 70)
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