By defining the elite mindset, we need to understand what an average mindset is.


They see failure as the end all be all, and tell themselves to just give up.

They focus on feelings that they can control, but say they cannot.

They use the phrase I HAVE TO. You don’t have to do anything.

They feel sorry for themselves for more than 15 minutes a day.

They say things are impossible are unattainable often, creating roadblocks to stunt their growth.


Understand that the road less traveled is going to be very hard.

See negative feedback from others as a positive learning experience that there is room for growth.

They fully embrace failure, and know there is always room for betterment and progress.

They fully take responsibility for their mindset, and are able to shift easily from servant to master of their own lives.


And we don’t wait for others to do it.

We don’t make excuses for ourselves.

We don’t comply and coast.

We learn all day everyday.

We look at the big picture.

We simplify our lives and focus on what’s really important.

We know that there are no boundaries bigger than ourselves and own minds.

We work on ourselves EVERY DAY.

What am I missing? Let me know in the comments below!