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In June of 2008, in the United States, I won two championships within the Songhay Taekwondo category at the World Championships held in Little Rock, Arkansas. Many people did not know my status as a Fourth Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo. Many have inquired how I got World Champion in Forms & Weapons. Angela Valdosta Technical College invited me to give a speech at the A Gathering of Eagles, the annual gathering for leaders. The conference was where I discussed some of the training principles which helped me accomplish this goal.
These guidelines are an effective instrument to help you become an effective leader within your business and a wonderful parent, partner and family friend. These guidelines will help you become an effective leader in every aspect you are in, regardless of your goals. One of the main lessons I learned was that the aim isn’t just to get to the destination but to be what you have become. You’re looking for something that isn’t typically done and being willing to do things that most people wouldn’t even consider doing. You have to be able complete each task in the amount and duration needed. Be prepared to pay. The benefits of achieving your goal usually are worth the cost. You will not regret it if you’re on the right track. You must be willing to take on more than others. Don’t be afraid to show your abilities.
You can succeed even failing. I was depressed upon returning from my trip in October 2007 for the Taekwondo Fall National Tournament, I was depressed. I was not a top performer in any of the events. I was competing against the top athletes in the nation. However, my performance wasn’t the same as theirs. I decided to try my best during my training. Once I had completed my tasks, I would train every day. I did not want any interruptions during the eight months. I was determined to be a winner at this year’s World Championships. I did not want to live with the thought that had I trained to the maximum extent possible, at any time during my journey; I may have won.
Many dreams don’t become real because they never begin. Many people don’t pass through their “thinking over an idea” stage. You’ll be amazed by how things change once you get started. According to the Chinese proverb, “A journey that takes a thousand miles begins with one step.” If you’re hoping to become an expert in your field, it is necessary to read a book on the topic. After that, you could study a different one or attend a meeting. Chat with a friend who’s going through the same process as you, and learn their suggestions to be successful. Success is the guiding light to success.