John Wooden, arguably the best coach in the history of college basketball, developed the Pyramid of Success It’s a wonderful tool to succeed BIGG in any endeavor you choose.
Last week, we looked at Industriousness, one of the two cornerstones. This week, we’ll look at the other cornerstone.
You must have a solid foundation if you want a building to last. The same can be said for success in life – if you want long-term success, you have to build on the basics.
The second cornerstone of John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success is enthusiasm, which is an is an emotion. It’s how you feel about what you’re doing.
If you’re not excited about your life, why should anyone else be?
If you’re not excited about your work, why would anyone else get excited?
It’s hard to attract customers, employers, subordinates, even a life partner without enthusiasm. You have to be enthusiastic about you so that others are enthusiastic about you and your prospects for success.
The difference between success and failure is often small. The difference between BIGG success and run-of-the mill success is even smaller. Enthusiasm is a critical component that makes the difference!