3 Michael Langhi's success rules
Jul 27, 2017
Michael Langhi, a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt, has been widely regarded as one of the top lightweight competitors of his generation.
As a professional athlete, Langhi has won 3 Black Belt world titles, multiple Brazilian National titles, the European Championship, the Pan Championship. Nowadays, as an Alliance professor in São Paulo, Langhi shapes young talents of the sport generation with his knowledge in and out of the tatame.
To Langhi, 3 success rules were essential to his career flow in order to be victorious: dedication, consistency and humbleness. Below, he explains how it works.
1 - Dedication and hard work.
Nothing comes without hard work and dedication, you must work to be deserving of something. You must dedicate yourself 24/7 consistently, only like that you'll be successful in something. There's no way for a person to be rich, working 3 hours a day. To have money, you must work all day, all life, it requires renouncement, efforts and so it is on sports, dedication 24/7.
2 - Consistence and perseverance
You must be constant, persistent, because things do not happen in a moment, it takes time, and the difference between the champion and the loser is that the champion didn't give up on the way. You must be willing to pay the price to reach your goal, but not only for a day, a week or a month, but the whole life.
3 - Humbleness
Without humbleness, you get nowhere, and if you do get somewhere it is an empty success and that doesn't last. Humbleness is the component that really makes a champion and a successful person. Arrogance kills you day by day, so humbleness is important so that your sucess does not pass by.