Monday, October 09, 2006

Rudy's Game Plans for Winning at Life

I love the story of Daniel "RUDY" Ruettiger in the film"Rudy". Such an inspiring guy he is. Below are his insights on winning at life.

Insight #1 Be the person you want to be.
"Make the decision to take action and move closer to your Dream. Create daily success habits and surround yourself with information that will empower and inspire you."

Insight #2 Use anger in a positive way to get results.
"Anger is a normal reaction. It's what you do with anger that makes a difference in your life ... direct your anger towards a goal ... use anger in a positive way to get results ... from anger comes determination ... comes triumph."

Insight #3 It starts with a Dream.
"Visualize your Dream and make a commitment. Having a Dream is what makes life exciting. Never underestimate the power of a Dream. It will change your life. A Dream gives you the ability to determine your future."

Insight #4 Eliminate the confusion.
"Find mentors who encourage you. The right information will eliminate confusion. Visualize exactly what you want to be ... and focus on that ... believe in yourself and don't let anything stop you. Reinforce your Dream every day with positive information from tapes, books, and mentors. Each day you will get closer to your Dream. Eliminate the confusion and fears, and make it happen."

Insight #5 The greater the struggle, the greater the victory.
"Most people allow struggles and fear of failure to stop them. The key is to learn from your struggles and move on. Failures will make you stronger and give you the information you need to reach your Dream. Struggle will prepare you for success. Without struggle there is no success."

Insight #6 Follow your passion instead of the dollar.
"There's nothing wrong with making money ... but, it's important to focus on your passion instead of the dollar. For me, decisions based on my passion brought me closer to my Dream, while decisions based only on money took me further away. If you focus on what really fulfills you, you will have success. The dollar alone does not bring happiness."

Insight #7 Excuses will kill your Dream.
"What we're really talking about here is commitment. Until you make a commitment to your Dream, it's not really a Dream ... it's just another fantasy full of excuses. Fantasies don't come true because they're not real, we're not committed to them. When we make commitments, we eliminate excuses and they become Dreams ... and Dreams are definitely real."

Insight #8 Prepare for your Dream.
"Preparation is what comes from struggle. Knowledge comes from preparation. These are the elements that pave the road to your Dream. If we do not prepare we will not succeed. Set your goals and pursue your Dreams with all your heart. If you miss a goal, don't quit, reset it! You just need to learn more ... step by step you will win!"

Insight #9 Focus on your Dream and Never Quit.
It is always too soon to quit. If you quit, you can't succeed. By achieving your Dream you will be an inspiration to others. You will set the example and make an enormous impact on the world. Make it happen!"

Insight #10 Always have a Dream.
"Dreams give us energy to go to new levels. Dreams change lives ... the power of life is in your Dreams!"


klmuk said...

#5: I'm one of the "most people". Toksahlah, takutlah, janganlah .. dah tu cemana nak sukses!

X-Eyed Jules said...

pinjam dvd ...

drbubbles said...

klmuk: sama la kita...

jules : ana tak ada dvd "Rudy" pasal dulu tgk kat astro. anta carila kat ebay sure ada...

Manal said...

Dr.B, no.3, 7, 8, 9, and 10...all about dream this and dream that. Dreaming, dreamy, dreamlover, etc...a little bit of Freud won't harm much, duncha think?

That dream thing sure is one of the powerful things we do in life eh.

Nazrah said...

thanks bro, i needed this...really.

picking up oneself following a crushed dream ...SUCKS!

drbubbles said...

manal: hmmm...

nazrah: tak dapat ka job kat museum tu? pray u get better ops next time!

Sangindiva said...

Insight #8 Prepare for your Dream.

I never saw the movie and don't even know how I stumbled across your blog...
But #8 really spoke to me. They all were powerful but
# 8 was the realist! Thank you for this post.