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5 buss lesons by robin sharma.docx

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The 50 Business + Life Lessons 2012 Taught Me
2012′s coming to a close. It was a hard year for people behaving as victims.
And a superb year for people like you showing up as leaders (and world-builders).
I’m in reflection mode as I review the past 12 months, record what I learned in
my journal and set precise and clear goals+plans for 2013.I wanted to share 50 of my best lessons learned (or reinforced) from 2012. Sohere you go:1.
Hard work is a force multiplier.2.
Don’t participate in recessions.
Exercising for 20 minutes first thing in the morning is a game-changer.4.
If you’re not innovating daily, you’re on the path to obsolescence.
If you want an A-
Level company, you can’t afford to hire B
-Level players.6.
Procrastination is an escape mechanism for people scared to do their bestwork.7.
Give your customers 10X the value they expect and they’ll tell everyone they
know about you.8.
Don’t do it if you’re not having fun.
If you’re not scared a lot you’re not growing v
ery much.10.
Invest the time to create great social media content and your base will goglobal + viral.11.
There’s never been a better time to be a social entrepreneur.
It’s never been easier to be of service to a large amount of people (and few
things are as rewarding).13.
When no one else believes in your vision, you absolutely must stay true toyour vision. (Have the guts to stay in the game far longer than makes anysense).14.
The quickest way to build a superb business is to quickly develop theleadership potential of every teammate.15.
A job is only a job if you choose to see your work as a job. All work is a noblesport. (The reality is all work is a chance to express your genius
and to inspirethe world).16.
People are craving transparency+authenticity and community. Give it to them.17.
Creativity comes in seasons. There’s a time to harvest your ideas. And there’sa time to let the field sit fallow. (I’ve been working on integrating this lesson
for years).18.
Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax (When you relax,your brain shifts into alpha state
the time when million-dollar ideas presentthemselves).19.
Change is hard at the beginning, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.(And without change, there is no progress).20.
Someone’s going to win in your space
. Why not you?
10X the size of your dreams because if you don’t, you’ll wish you did.
Pursue excellence versus chasing perfection.23.
Celebrate small wins and you’ll unleash a huge amount of momentum and
positive energy.24.
Learn for an hour a day, no matter
what. That’s not a waste of work time. It’s a brilliant use of your work time because you’re paid to know more than anyone
who has ever done your job.25.
Why go for good at what you do when you can stand for iconic?26.
Transform your fitness and you’ll transform
your business.27.
Delete victimspeak from your languaging. No more "I can’t" and "It’s not possible" and "It’s so hard." More "I will" and "This is awesome" and "What’s
the opportunity here?"28.
If you inspire one person each day, you’re day hasn’t been a waste. It’s been a
Living in the past is disrespecting your future.30.
Build an amazing career but enjoy your lifestyle along the way. What’s the
point of becoming a business legend but a failed human being.31.
Look people in the eyes when you talk to them. Smile at people when you seethem. Say "please" to respect them. And "thank you" to appreciate them.32.
Don’t be on time– 
Be early.33.
The person who tries to do everything achieves nothing. Focus. Focus. Focus.34.
Spend the first 90 minutes of your work day on real work versus fake work.(Another game-changing tactic that served me so very well in 2012).35.
Spend time in silence each day. You’ll never do Jay
Z level work if you’re
overstimulated by technology.36.
Goal-setting is mission-critical. (Review your Big 5, quarterly goals and dailygoals constantly).37.
Your daily behavior broadcasts your truest beliefs.38.
To have the results only 5% of businesspeople have, have the guts to do whatonly 5% of businesspeople are willing to do.39.
class begins when you think you’ve
done a great job but know you cando a better job.40.
Remember that your greatest gift is so much stronger than your deepest fear.41.
Everyone’s in Human Resources. And we are all paid to develop the talents of 
the people we work with.42.
Mediocrity is a mindset. Avoid the mental viruses of negative people.43.
Be the most honest person you know. It generally takes 30 years to build afantastic reputation. And 30 seconds to lose it by a single silly move.44.
Become a lion
not a sheep.45.
People are always willing to pay for the best.46.
The more devoted you become to serving others, the more your career beginsto build itself.47.
Problems come to test your commitment to your goals, hopes and dreams.

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