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TheRumpledOne
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12/10/2006 2:55:29 PM

Donald Trumpís 10 steps to Thinking Bigger

1. Be Thorough.. be detailed in what you do. He mentioned that he is a builder and builder cannot afford to slack in missing out any details in the project as any missing detail can cause disaster.

2. Get the Momentum going.. keep it going so that you will not stop until you achieve the desired result. Patience alone is not enough, you need the
driveÖ the momentum to move forward.

3. Stay Focused

4. Look for solution instead of focusing on the problem.

5. See Opportunity as opportunity. Everyday, look out for opportunity.

6. Covering your base by getting to know everything you need to know on what you are doing.

7. Be Lucky by working hard. The harder you work, the luckier you will be. Be Passionate so that you will work harder without feeling burn out so easily. Be Passionate in whatever you do.

8. Visualize and perceived yourself as victorious despite the situation and environment you are facing.

9. Be Smart in using the tools (people, resources etc ) to win.

10. Never never ever give up.


http://tubegator.com/trump/trumps-10-steps-to-thinking-bigger/234/



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