10% of people don’t try at all. 80% of people focus on what they can’t do.
The top 10%, those that are successful by their own definition, focus on what they can do.
For example, if a top 10%er has a problem with procrastination, they don’t just accept it. They know that even though the problem itself may be large, they have the ability to make small, simple improvements that will end up making a big difference in what was once a weakness.
Whether you know it or not, you have the tools to succeed. It’s time to use them. Be in that top 10%.