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How To Build A Winning Attitude | ALPHA MINDSET SERIES

If you try something and you fail, what matters most is not your result, but rather your attitude towards it. Do you let your failures affect you? Or worse, do you let your fear of failure stop you?

Babe Ruth, one of history’s greatest baseball players, with a home run record of 714 during his career, in fact, for decades held the record for strikeouts (1330 strikeouts). When asked about this he simply said, “Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.”

Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor for lack of ideas. He also went bankrupt several times before he and his brother co-founded Walt Disney Productions, one of the best-known motion picture production companies in the world.

Albert Einstein’s teacher described him as ‘‘mentally slow, unsociable and adrift forever in his foolish dreams’’. He was expelled and refused admittance to Zurich Polytechnic School. The University of Bern turned down his PhD dissertation as being irrelevant and fanciful. In 1921, Einstein received the Nobel Prize in Physics.

Star Wars was rejected by every movie studio in Hollywood before 20th-Century Fox finally produced it. It went on to be one of the largest grossing movies in film history.

To be the ALPHA in life, you must not let external circumstances affect how you feel about yourself and your ability to achieve your goals. ALPHAS lead their lives independent of their external results. They understand that it is their own actions, attitudes and assertiveness towards their goals that would lead to overcoming all obstacles and failures.

So the next time you are faced by failure, ask yourself, “how can this strike lead me closer to a home run?”


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The REAL Meaning of Kung Fu | ALPHA Mindset Series

In recent times, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has made the society’s view of martial arts to be very violent, with cage fighting and the glorified brutal beat downs. To most people, it’s entertainment, but has no higher value. It’s very primal, and the art has diminished.

If you look at the origins of martial arts, like for example Kung Fu. The word ‘Kung Fu’ doesn’t mean fighting or beating somebody down. In Chinese, ‘Kung Fu’ or ‘Gung Fu’ means achieving perfection through hardwork. It’s about the art of improvement and discipline. It’s about raising the human potential to new levels. It is the art of ‘martial arts’.

But the problem is, in today’s society it’s all about the chase towards a false image of martial art is. It has become all about the number of belts or dans that you get.

If you strip away all the media, all the distractions and things that we’re shown to be what a martial artist is and bring back the art of martial arts, it’s about taking yourself to the next level physically, mentally and spiritually.

In the old days, martial artists were the heroes of society, like the knights in shining armour. And they achieved this because they refused to be average. They worked and raised themselves to levels beyond that of most people in physicality, mentality, inner wisdom and spirituality.

So Invincible Worldwide’s aim is to build heroes in society. It’s about empowering people to be a hero, an artist, a leader, an alpha – a quality human being who strives towards self-perfection, to be an artist of life.

Imagine if everyone in the world was to strive towards becoming a higher quality person everyday, the world would be a much better place.

This is the dream..