Top 5 Definitions of Success and 5 Dream Killers

Dear esteemed reader welcome to Mentorslinks.com nuggets. Power is neither good or evil, rather the person with power makes it so.

In life, endeavor to shift the way you speak and think about yourself because YOU are listening. Also, change your tone and how you view things, and watch how your life changes.

5 DREAM KILLERS

  1. Thinking you are too young or too old
  2. Worrying what others think
  3. Waiting for the perfect time to start
  4. Scared to take a risk
  5. Excuses

Top 5 definitions of success.

1️⃣ Having great relationships with your family, work colleagues, business associates and friends.

2️⃣ Being Healthy, what’s wealth without your health.

3️⃣ Be able to do what you want, when you want with who you want.

4️⃣ Being a kind a humble human being

5️⃣ Treating everyone equally.
A popular bar had a new robotic bartender installed, to make serving drinks more efficient.


CK Lim (PSLE, CPFM) said;

A guy came in for a drink and the robot asked him, “What’s your IQ?” The man replied, “140.” So the robot proceeded to make conversation about string theory and the latest cancer research. The man listened intently and thought, “This is absolutely great.”

Another guy came in for a drink and the robot asked him, “What’s your IQ?” The man responded, “120.” So the robot started talking about the controversies surrounding creationism and the abortion argument. The man thought to himself, “Wow, this is fantastic.”

A third guy came in to the bar. As with the others, the robot asked him, “What’s your IQ?” The man replied, “65.” The robot then said, “So, how are things in Washington DC these days?”


Massimo Brebbia said;

When I was 16, I was audited to become an official motocross rider by a celebrated Japanese motorbike brand.

Japanese Motorbike photo

Three days of coaching and riding applying the new knowledge.
I was the most talented and fastest rider of the group since the first day. Others managed to improve their times, but still far from my performances.

I did not get the sponsorship. A rider slower than me got it.

The coach told me that regardless of my skills and natural good predisposition to ride, my progress after the coaching was very small.
My talent had already expressed all of my potentials.

The other rider instead improved his time for Lap to a great extent, showing a lot more potential than me and they believed he could have learned a lot more with continuous and proper training. They were right.

I’ve brought with me that lesson and still today this is the way I look at people. Surely I can appreciate what you have achieved, but I am more interested in what you could achieve.

I hardly employ the best, I am always looking for the one that could become the greatest.

The guy in the picture is me during some Enduro training session, many many many… years ago. No regrets.