3 Lessons for Success from Ayrton Senna

Posted: July 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

Desirable Pushness

 You NEED a burning desire for whatever you do!

“Pure driving, pure racing, there wasn’t any politics to be concerned with, or money to be won, but just real racing” – Ayrton Senna

As a kid, Senna spent every single free moment racing go-carts. All those hours he spent investing in himself to perfect those skills definitely paid off when he debuted in Formula 1 (F1) in 1984, the highest class of single-seat auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).

In F1, known for being a 10,000lb political machine, players were actually “politely” directed to throw in the towel and lose races so that other racers and teams could have a chance to win. Losing on purpose…

You see, Senna was hard wired to win. Every. Time. And he wasn’t about to let that happen.

He couldn’t care less about the F1 political scene and became the most unpopular racer in F1, because he kept on…

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