Saturday, 7 March 2015

Secrets Of Successful People

By Daniel J Thorley

Success isn't just a happenstance, it is often a combination of a series of choices. To become successful, you need to know what other successful people are doing. I do not mean in terms of strategies, tips and techniques, I am talking in terms of what they are worth on the inside. As far as I know, being successful isn't a matter of how much money you have or how many houses you own, rather it is a function of who you are and what habits govern your life. Successful people have a lot of positive influences and habits and some of these habits are

The Ability to Carry On

This is often referred to as perspiration. One wise man once said that success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration. This basically boils down to the fact it doesn't matter how talented you are, if you are not willing to put in the required amount of work, you are not likely to become successful at anything. No wonder we consistently have scores of unsuccessful geniuses as they only tend to believe in their brilliance and incredibly high IQs. So, if you want to become successful at whatever it is you want to do, you ought to learn how to consistently be at your duty post.

The Ability to Demand More From Themselves

Think about this critically: Do you know anyone who is successful without being disciplined? Successful people have a lifetime habit of demanding more from themselves than any other person. It takes discipline to consistently go for what you desire and to keep at it. Successful people don't do things because they feel like it, instead they do things because they are already committed to it. So, even when it doesn't feel easy, they tend to keep going. One philosopher once said when the going gets tough, the tough gets going. It's that simple.

The Ability to See the Big Picture

Tell me which successful person you have met who doesn't have the ability to see the big picture. They often see things from a broader point of view. Thus, making them better managers and administrators. They don't spend time on the little things, and whine at very challenge they meet. Instead, they develop an attitude that actually welcomes change and challenges, thus putting them in a more positive frame of mind to be successful in their ventures.

They Look at Things from the Angle of Worth

Most people tend to look at things from the angle of convenience, and not the worth. Hard work is not convenient at all, but it is worth it as it will often be the difference between starvation and abundance. Successful people tend to have a mantra like question which is usually "is it worth it?". All they need to go after such projects is the justification that it is worth it. So, while it is more convenient to sit down and watch TV, they'd rather be out in the field tilling the soil and working hard to become successful.








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