Thursday, November 3, 2011

The Creed Of The Champion


Dijukno there are ways to make yourself successful in life by changing the way you think and approach failure?
I have attended a Tom Hopkin's Boot Camp, and it changed my life forever.  This is why I would like to share this creed that I live by each and every day.

Study the Creed and the Attitudes
 
Here is Tom's basic philosophy at Tom Hopkins/Champions Unlimited. This is what we live by.  It makes Champions of us, it makes Champions of the salespeople who are privileged to get this training.

I am not judged by the number of times I fail, but by the number of times I succeed, and the number of times I succeed is in direct proportion to the number of times I can fail and keep on trying.

Do more than just read the creed; study it, let it sink in, let it change way you look at any result that's not a success.  I'd love for you to learn the creed word for word.  Please copy the creed on any handy piece of paper, and put it in your purse or wallet.  Work with the creed and the five attitudes toward rejection, burn them deep into your mind; your performance and income will leap forward.  From the bottom of my heart I believe that Champions are Champions because they've learned to increase their drive by overcoming more failure.

Review the Five Attitudes Toward Rejection and Failure

Use them every time you take a risk or make a move that results in less than a win.

I never see "FAILURE" as failure ("REJECTION" as rejection), but only as a learning experience.

I never see "FAILURE" as failure, but only as the negative feedback I need to change the course in my direction.

I never see "REJECTION" as rejection ("FAILURE" as failure), but only as the opportunity to develope my SENSE OF HUMOR.

I never see "FAILURE" as failure, but only as the opportunity to practice my techniques and perfect my PERFORMANCE.

I never see "FAILURE" as failure, but only as the game I must play to WIN.


Motivation And Tom Hopkin's




From: How to Master the Art of Selling
© 1980 Tom Hopkins
Visit Tom Hopkins's Website: http://www.tomhopkins.com

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