To All dear friends, which stage have you reached at this point in your life? I think it is fair to say that all of us have gone through one kind of stage or another at our point in life. Others may stay in a particular stage for a long period of time while others move on quickly on to the next stage in the ladder. As we move up the ladder, we went through and accumulate experience after experience and we become stronger each time.
As my good friend have posted in his website, “Success is the result of good judgment. Good judgement is the result of experience. Experience is the result of bad judgment”. Do not be therefore afraid of past failure as it will only make you stronger.
At some point in your life however, you may want to move up the ladder and say “I CAN DO IT” and “I WILL DO IT”. Only action and determination bring result, not words only. Afterall, together we all aim for one common goal – i.e “YES I DID IT”.
“I Won’t Do it”
“I Can’t Do it”
This is the weakest sign. This is usually a sign of a teenager ranging from 13 to 18 years old. If you still find yourself at this stage in your life, you may want to look at yourself in the mirror and ask yourself why are you at the bottom of the ladder. Push yourself to move out of this stage and after that everything will become much easier.
“I Want to do it”
“How do I do it?”
“I’ll try to do it”
This isn’t the strongest sign. Having said that, I personally feel that this is the most important stage as the transition from the “I can’t do it” to asking questions like “How do I do it?” meant that you want to be successful and are in the midst of finding the solution to your problems – Good sign def 🙂
“I can do it”
“I will do it”
This is the confidence sign. If you are at this stage in the ladder, you may want to give yourself a pat in your back. At this stage, you may have already found the answer you are looking for and are determined to put things into action. This is the path to success.
“Yes I did it”
This is the ultimate goal for everyone. While this may be subjective for different people with different goals, it meant that you have completed the stage in your ladder and perhaps are willing to share it with others who are still climbing the ladder. Bill Gates are a good example of such.