7 Practical Steps Towards High Achievement

Below is a summary of this presentation which’ I did on the 24 the of January 2012 at Food for Thought hosted by US Embassy Public Affairs.

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To become a high achiever and leave a legacy:

1. Have a DRIVE to INNOVATE and IMPLEMENT

It is wasteful to claim that you are innovative when the ideas never see the light of day. Implementation separates winners from wishful thinkers.

2. STRIVE  for EXCELLENCE

Anyone can achieve mediocrity, the few who dare to be excellent will always be successful. Your results (output) must speak for you in your absence.

3. THRIVE through NETWORKS

The resources you will ever need in life are hidden in the networks that you will intentionally build. You are not in a network just for you to gain but to give of your time, finances, intellect, experiences etc.

4. BELIEVE in & MENTOR OTHERS

People with a legacy mindset realize that they can increase their reach and influence beyond present generations just by taking time to pass on what they know to those around. You are never too busy to bring someone up.

5. GIVE a SOLUTION

You will succeed in life when you master the art of bringing efficiencies where there is inefficiency; and solutions where there are challenges.Opportunities for success are hidden in the multitude of challenges in any given environment.

6. REVIVE a sense of COMMUNITY

People who awaken communities to unite towards making this world a better place will always have their names resonating beyond the present generation.

7. SURVIVE under DISCIPLINE

It takes a high level of discipline to develop a world class athlete.It takes an even higher level of discipline to build a successful character or business.

You can click here to  download the full PowerPoint Presentation

Angeline Chiwonerwa gives a powerful & precise talk. She is product of the Rabison Shumba Mentorship Program

Part of the crowd that attended Food for Thought

 

One thought on “7 Practical Steps Towards High Achievement

  1. zandile masuku

    l give a roung of applause to Mr Shumba together with Mr Mamvura for their mentorship programmes that have seen a lot people drifting towards positive thinking for a better future.

    I wanted to find out how one can be a part of these mentorship programmes,or if it possible to get a pre-set programme for such events inorder to attend rather than reading in bits and pieces from the press.

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