The 69 Pillars Of Success is a program designed to show you the specific principles you need to master to take full command of your life and beginning living the great life as God intended. Of course, we shouldn't expect that life would only have 69 things you need to master in order to live completely happy. However, these principles are an excellent start. I pray you get something great out of all these video knowledge sessions. Bookmark this page and check back for regular updates
PILLAR #1: YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK
As a person thinks in their spirit and their mind, so are they. This ancient quote sums up how our thinking drives our actions and ultimately our outcomes.
This is the first video in my 69 Pillars of Success program. These are the 69 principles I believe can get you moving in the right direction to efficiently and effectively take command of your life.
PILLAR #2: THE 5 PILLARS OF SELF AWARENESS
Sun-Tzu once said the person who knows themself and knows their enemy will never be endangered in 100 encounters.
Likewise, if you know yourself and the problems you are created to solve on this earth, you will never be endangered of failing at accomplishing your destiny.
The 5 pillars of self awareness are:
- 1. Know thyself
- 2. Know your core values
- 3. Know what motivates you
- 4. Know your unique skills
- 5. Know you your passion
PILLAR #3: ACCEPTANCE IS THE KEY TO YOUR FREEDOM
Acceptance is the key to your freedom. The sooner you accept life on life's terms, the sooner you may begin to enjoy the freedom that will lead you to a destiny of happiness and fulfillment.
PILLAR #4: A COMBAT COMMANDERS GREATEST WEAPON
In battle, you must be aware of what's going on around you if you want to survive. The same goes for winning at life. If you want to succeed in any area of your life, you must be aware of your surroundings and know how to adapt your routine to serve your desires.
Situational Awareness Defined - Situational awareness or situation awareness (SA) is the perception of environmental elements and events with respect to time or space, the comprehension of their meaning, and the projection of their status after some variable has changed, such as time, or some other variable, such as a predetermined event.