Robin Sharma’s The Rules Of Game-Changers

Robin Sharma's The Rules Of Game-Changers

Robin Sharma discusses The Rules Of Game-Changers. Use his tips to become a game-changer. There is so much wisdom below that will have a positive impact on your life if you internalize and act upon it.

“We become our standards in many ways.”

“Your mindset will operate at the standard that is offered to you by the people around you.”

“We do become our social orbit.”

“Your behavior always matches your internal identity and your inner standards.”

“Your standards are important.”

“Your standards for your friendships, your standards for the quality of the work you do, the standards of your languaging, the standards of the nutrition you put into your body, the standards of your love life, the standards of your mindset, and the standards of the way you occur in the world.”

“My invitation for you regardless of what you do is that you raise your game to a place called world class and that is all about being a game-changer.”

“As you leave the herd and the crowd and perhaps the cult of mediocrity and rise to being a game-changer it’s a very disruptive act and you actually threaten the masses of people around you, and that’s why every visionary was first ridiculed before they were revered.”

“How many times have we given up on a dream because we were mocked by the people around us?”

“When people don’t understand your next level of world-class that just means you’ve got a great dream, that just means you’re on the path of growth.”

“Be a game-changer.”

“Rule of game-changers No1: No idea works unless you do the work. Ideation without execution is delusion”

“When people say they invested time, money, and effort in personal development and their life didn’t change, well your life could have changed but you didn’t do the work required to make the change happen.”

“The reality is an idea is the starting point on the process to get you to where you want to get to.”

“So remember that really building something great is all about execution.”

“When you look at a Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, Tesla, and a DaVinci, all those people had the vision and then they outworked everyone around them to execute on the vision until the product was done.”

“And it’s not only the execution it’s the grit.”

“Any game-changer has literally out persisted everyone around them.”

“When you get full of self-doubt on the path to world-class do you continue? So the first idea, just remember no idea is going to work unless you have the courage to do the work, it’s all about high levels of execution intelligence.”

“Great leaders and game-changers have a bias towards getting things done and it’s like a muscle, the more you do the more you’re going to want to do, and you start building this incredible momentum, the momentum fuels internal confidence, the confidence wants you to make even more gains and it becomes this upward spiral of unbelievable execution.”

“Rule of game-changers No2: To have what few people have, do what few do.”

To have the results very few people have, the have the results of game-changers you need to start thinking and behaving like a game-changer.

“Populate your mind with the best books, the best ideas, the best conversations, behaving in ways most people don’t behave, again, you want to have the results very few people have you’ve got to start doing things that very few people do.”

“Turn of the television, delete the naysayer, stop gossiping and start producing, eat better food, run longer runs, shift from a focus on what’s not working to a focus on what’s working.”

“You really want to install a whole new series of mindsets and a whole new series of rituals that very few people are doing.”

“Rule of game-changers No3: The best way to change the world is to change yourself.”

“You will receive from the world who you become.”

“The world is so obsessed with externals but the doorway to success swings inward not outward.”

“We get from life who we become.”

“The real value of external success is who you’ve had to become as a person and what you’ve had to build in terms of your character and the capacities and talents you had to polish to get the external success. That’s the real value of success.”

“Even if you lose the external success you get to keep the internal gold for the rest of your life.”

“Work on your character, work on your emotional architecture, work on your mindset, work on your spiritual life, and then you become this force of nature that becomes invincible and this force of nature that radiates this enthusiasm and inspiration and this self-belief that really brings everyone around you into your dream.”

“Leaders execute on their internal power so that the people around them feel the dream and do the work.”

“Rule of game-changers No4: An addiction to distraction is the death of creative production.”

“You can be distracted or you can be a game-changer, you just can’t be both. Take a look around most people are so distracted. People are addicted to distraction and have lost their focus.”

“If you really want to be a game-changer focus on your vital few. Focus on the few projects at work that will move the needle, focus on the few activities in your personal life that will allow you to live an iconic personal life. When we become a minimalist, every game-changer is monomaniacally focused on just a few things.”

“Rule of game-changers No5: The thing that you’re most afraid to do is the thing that is most valuable to do.”

“Your fears are nothing more than growth in wolf’s clothing. Your progress lives where your greatest fears lie.”

“The things terrify you walk towards those, and the more you do it the more the more you build confidence. The more you actually stand in the fire of your greatest fears the more you actually find freedom.”

“Being a game-changer is counterintuitive.”

“Feel the fear and do it anyways. I grow almost every single day, I become braver almost every single day.”

“Going to the places that frighten you is your bravery training and the more you do it the stronger you become, the freer you become, and literally every single thing you’re afraid of you’ve given your power to.”

“Rule of game-changers No6: Education is inoculation against disruption.”

“If you really want to be a game-changer you need to be in the rooms game-changers play in, you need to go to the conferences every single quarter, read the books game-changers read, and invest in the programs.”

“If you really want to be a game-changer, invest in your learning. The person who learns the most wins. The person who understands the most can see around corners. So you want to invest in knowing more than anyone who does what you do in the history of what you do.”

“Rule of game-changers No7: The seduction of safety is always more dangerous than the illusions of uncertainty.”

“The world around us sells us this bill of goods to cling to the known, to live within the comfort zone, to never stray out of your community of safety. To not reach too high and do what you want to do but to live within your circle of understanding and safety, alot of people die at 20 and get buried at 90.”

“If you want to be a game-changer it is about living in the blue ocean of the unknown. Playing with new ideas, stretching your internal capabilities.”

“The best way to expand your limits is to go to the edge of your limits. Do the most difficult things to grow.”