Gatsby Blueprint for success

When I read literature, self-control or management of articles and textbooks, I was always fond of one common among all successful people: they set all goals. I suppose all ordinary men do it every day; They have thought about what they will achieve during the day or short term.

For the success of individuals, however, they are the goals they set for the short term and long term. And they write those goals down. This is a secret of success, for plans, goals and goals that are not required to write, often but nothing but dreams. Concrete writing list will make you intensive care, spiritual list, unpretentious dream.

While many readers look for Jay Gatsby's beautiful formula for riches and success, I'm sure they simply glimpse the Gatsby Self-Improvement Program. But do not be mistaken; where we find the roots of his success.

Here is a split between father Jay and Nick Carraway, the narrator:

Father Jay : "Jimmy was on the way." He always had some conclusions like this or something. beat him for it. "

Nick :" He was bound to close the book, read each item out loud and then quickly looked at me. I think he probably expected me to copy the list for my own use. Nick

Nick did not want to copy the list because he is already a formal man, well-connected, Yale educated and wealthy. Not an independent person. For others, though, we can see it from a young age that Jay Gatsby has agreed to himself to succeed.

Gatsby plan: [19659002] Rise from bed ………………………… .6.00 ………… ….. AM
Dumbell Exercise and Wall Scale ………………… 6.15 – 6.30 ………. "
Investigate electricity, etc. ………………….. 7.15 – 8.15 …. …… "
Work .. ……. ……………………………………. ……. ……………………………….. ….. …… 8.30 – 4.30 …….. PM
Baseball and Sports …………………… 4.30 – 5.00 …. .. …. "
Practice elocution, poise and how to get it ….. 5.00 – 6.00 ………."
Stud y needs intervention …… ………………………. 7.00 – 9.00 ………. "

What can we learn from this plan? We learn that he is an early riser; that he cares for his body and mind. What matters is that his vision of success involves a person or a picture – a culture and a well-liked image. As the story evolves, we learn that he uses everything he took in his plan, roadmap (maybe social climbing) and baseball and sports.

His general decisions:

No waste time with Shafters or [a name, indecipherable].
No longer smoking or chewing.
Bath every other day.
Read one brochure or magazine a week.
Save $ 5.00 [crossed out] $ 3.00 per week.
Be better for parents.

Conclusion:

That Jay Gatsby was looking for a rich, there is no doubt. That he gained wealth by cutting corners and dubious business with slim figures, there is no doubt. The text is quite clear. The question of lingers would he have been successful without a written agreement with himself?

No architects, builders or contractors would stop building houses without the drawings in the house. Success needs a drawing.

SOURCE SBOBET

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