Opportunity is mostly depends on our attitude and our views about the world as it is on our outward circumstances. When we ready to change our thinking and insight toward a more opportunistic outlook, we can truly call and take benefit of more opportunities in our everyday lives.
Opportunities and motivation are connected.
Motivated people see opportunities, and opportunities are often what motivate people.
Great attitudes precede great opportunities.
Who you are determines what you see.
Opportunities are the result of pluck, not luck.
The people who succeed seek out opportunities, and if they can’t find them, they create them.
Today is the best day for an opportunity.
Opportunity always takes “now” for an answer.
Opportunity without commitment will be lost.
Abandoned opportunities are never lost – they are simply pursued by the competition.
Opportunities don’t present themselves in ideal circumstances. If you wait for all the lights to turn green, you will never leave your driveway.
Opportunities either multiply or disappear. The more opportunities you pursue, the more you find behind them.
Opportunity is birthed out of problems. If you are looking for a BIG opportunity, find a BIG problem.
Opportunities must be nourished if they are to survive. As Peter Drucker, the father of modern management, says, “feed an opportunity; starve a problem.’