Issa Asad Explains 3 Challenges Your Business Must Overcome
How successful people approach problems is truly fascinating. They see a way to embrace obstacles and overcome challenges where others see impenetrable barriers. Their ability to let go of negativity is what drives them in a confidence face during the hardships where other sensible people are held back.
“Emotional intelligence is what a successful mindset requires, so it’s obvious why 90% of the top performers have very high EQ compared to the millions of people who are ordinary,” said Issa Asad Florida entrepreneur and businessman since 1996. Mr. Asad is the CEO of Q Link Wireless and Quadrant Holdings, located in South Florida. He is also the author of 4 e-commerce and marketing e-books that can be purchased on Amazon.
Here, Issa Asad Explains 3 Challenges Your Business Must Overcome:
Age is just a number. People who are successful do not let age dictate who they are or what they are capable of.
A professor in graduate school once told a class that they were all inexperienced and too young to do consulting work. He recommended the whole class to go and work for another company for several years before the members of that class could go and become independent consultants. The youngest person in that class did not listen to him, and so he continued doing consulting work for his clients, and he was exceptionally successful.
Based on your age, people are compelled tell you what you should do and don’t do. Successful people do not listen to other people. They allow their passion to guide them and they follow their hearts, not minding what other people say.
2. What other people think
You are no longer a master of your own destiny if your satisfaction and pleasure is derived from comparing yourself to other people. You don’t have to hold comparisons of your success to other people although it’s impossible to turn off our reactions to what other people think. Your self-worth comes from within yourself, no matter what other people think or say about you.
Successful people know that caring about what other people think is a waste of time and energy. Successful people don’t let other peoples’ opinions take away the feeling of success or accomplishment when they do something good, or achieve something to be proud of.
3. Toxic people
You become the average of the five people who you spend the most time with. This is a simple notation that successful people believe in.
Take some time and think about it – brilliant pairs in the recent history are the ones who founded the most famous industries. An example is Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak who were living in the same neighborhood. They founded Apple. Another example is Bill Gates and Paul Allen who founded Microsoft. They met in preschool.
Toxic people drag you down with them just as the great people propel you to your full potential. Whether its cruelty, negativity, plain craziness or the victim of a syndrome, you should strive to avoid toxic people at all costs because they create stress.