The world is full of the common.
But you should not be found there.
One of the reasons for this is because common things are cheap and common. But uncommon things are costly and uncommon.
Your life is not meant to settle for common achievements because God purchased your life with uncommon price.
“The process of uncommon achievement is what separate it from the common.”
This journey of Achieving Uncommon Success will lead us to exploring about twenty-one keys to experiencing this uncommon achievement.
Whether in your personal or professional life, these keys holds your access into new, amazing discoveries, of simple things that can make significant difference in your life.
I want to introduce you to #1 uncommon key to experiencing an uncommon success with your life.
It is called Uncommon Desire.
Your life does not require what you don’t desire.
Desire is the starting point of all achievement. But uncommon desire is the starting point of uncommon achievement.
Desire is the separating point between children and adults. The quality of your desire reveals the quality of your understanding.
You cannot have common desire and experience uncommon achievement. The best your common desire can get you is common achievement.
When people seek a change of life, they must ensure they have the desire for it.
I have come across people who like to seek a positive change in their lives without an appropriate desire for it.
The power of uncommon desire is required in our quest for uncommon achievement.
The first step towards turning the impossible to possible is the strong desire for what you want to make possible.
All great achievement require great desire. Small desire can only draw small achievement.
We need to work on our desire. If we don’t like our results, we must change our desire.
It is not possible to have a desire for something while seeking for it in another direction.
Our desire must go in the direction of our achievement if we will be fruitful.
Federico Garcia says, “To burn with desire and keep quiet about it is the greatest punishment we can bring on ourselves
One of the Michelangelo quotes says, “The great danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark.”