The price you pay for success is determination and never ending hard work, your dedication to what you do and what you want to achieve, and the determination that winning or losing doesn’t matter as far as you continue to struggle and pave your way towards your goals.
“Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day.” – Jim Rohn
To be successful is what everyone wants, whether it’s learning music, losing weight, or start business. Success seems elusive but not to those who have tried hard,failed and tried again. The question we ask ourselves that why one person succeeds while another fails?.
Most important is mindset, successful people have developed a mindset and they practice certain habits, it could either be natural or with some research, whatever it is but it’s something rest of others have not stumbled upon yet.
Though everyone wants to be successful, but success is not guaranteed nor it comes with warranty, only you and your inner core will motivate you to do the best deeds possible to budge yourself progressing towards success, hard work is the key, motivation keeps you rolling.
Hard Work is the key to success, but it’s not the only thing, hard work alone is not enough to bring you everything you want, reason is simple if you are working hard at wrong things, they won’t take you to where you want to go.
The best view comes after the hardest climb.
You have to work hard at the right things, and probably at right time too, if you want to achieve your desired goal. So what are right things? Typically the right things, the best things, the most significant things you can do to achieve your goal are often the things you know need to be done but you most don;t want to do. Isnt it ?
Remember ! There is no shortcut to success!
Yes most of the time it involves difficulty, and you have to admit that success takes time, patience, hard work and just plain stuck-to-it-ness. Have you ever noticed on the web that there are a lot of dead blogs out there (according to the International Bloggers Association, approximately 95 percent of bloggers quit)? They are in the blog graveyard along with their deceased Twitter feeds and Facebook pages. It is kind of sad, really. All of these blogs started with excitement. They started with purposeful energy. Now they are just gone.
Believing in yourself is a necessity! Still these little habits will help you set goals and achieve them.
1- Discover your passions.
Don’t start a journey when you can’t give it a logical end, do something only when you are passionate about it, passion will take you places, because it’s passion that energize you for that long-haul flight of hard work, If not, you will inevitably tire of it and probably will not stay with it.
2- Self Reasoning
I consider this as the best technique to constantly shake yourself, and realize the change in you, keep asking yourself that why are you doing something? Do whatever it takes to clarify this question, this will impact your life positively. And it will give positive energy not only to you but the people in your circle of influence.
3- Plan it well
You, yourself are the authority in your life, you understand your circumstances well, and it’s you who can plan the best for yourself, the best intentions can get lost, don’t let it happen, have a roadmap to follow, a plan for your idea, that includes small tangible action steps, join the dots and you will get the bigger picture. Set a timeline and adhere to it.
Sometimes to make our big plans and dreams come true, we have to fit them into whatever else we have going on in our lives. You have to find a way to incorporate this plan into your daily life so that it becomes a routine as brushing your teeth.
5- Follow Religiously
As Stephen Covey said, Always begin with the end in mind, have the big picture in mind. What are you aspiring to do? Don’t get distracted by negative discouraging factors around you, trust me those who tend to hinder your way towards success, are the ones who will fancy you sooner or later!. Just do it. Eventually, if you keep the end goal in mind, you will get there. You really will! And when you do, it will be so worth it.
“The greatest oak was once a little nut who held its ground.” –Author Unknown
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