Success is not an accident. It is the result of our attitude and our attitude is a choice. Hence success is a matter of choice and not chance. A lot of research has gone into the subject of success and failure. All that we need to do is learn our lessons from history. When we study the life histories of successful people, we find that they have certain habits and qualities in common no matter which period of history they lived in.
Success leaves clues and if we identify and adopt the habits and qualities of successful people, we shall be successful. Similarly, there are characteristics common in all failures. If we avoid those characteristics, then we shall not be failures. Success is no mystery, but simply the result of consistently applying some basic habits and principles.
Visualize what your life will be like when you accomplish your goals. If you cannot see yourself accomplishing your goals then chances are that you will not accomplish them. Remember that you are to keep your eye on the prize at the end of the road.
There will be times when you feel as if you are stuck and that you are not making any progress toward your goal, but what you need to do when this happens is to remember what your life will be like in 6 months or a year if you continue to work toward your goals. Spend a few minutes with your eyes closed visualizing how great you will feel and all of the changes that will take place in your life once you reach these goals.
(2) Book Reading every morning & everyday
For each of these tips, there is a book out there that will give you a deeper insight into each tip. Spend time reading every day. This will not only exercise your brain as well as help you learn, but it will help to relieve the stress that you have to deal with on a day-to-day basis.
Even if you are not reading a book about self-improvement make sure you take some time each day to read. Reading fiction books helps to release the creativity we have within ourselves, which can help you solve problems down the road.
(3) focus Learning ignore Failure
Failure is something that all of us will face at one point in our lives no matter what we do to avoid it. You have two choices when it comes to failure, you can either allow the failure to upset you and stop you in your tracks or you can learn from the failure and change what you do in the future. One example of this may be that you are trying to lose weight, you are tempted by a chocolate cake and end up eating all of it.
Now you have failed, you can either choose to give up on your weight loss goals and eat lots of chocolate cake in the following days, which will most likely cause you to gain more weight or you can learn from your mistake, understand that you lack the will power to stop eating after a small piece of chocolate cake, avoid it in the future and move on with your diet and weight loss plan.
(4) Responsibility & self-discipline
You are in charge of your life and no one else. You cannot blame your failures on your parents or on what happened to you when you were in high school.
You need to work through any issues that you may have but while doing so understand that no one makes your life what it is except you. If you are not succeeding in life, no one has caused this except for you and when you are successful you will have no one to thank for it except yourself.
(5) Deep thought for planning life goals
No matter what it is that you want to do, you should always do the things that you dread the most first, this is called eating the frog. This way you are not putting the set tasks off while finishing up more enjoyable tasks, you simply do them, get them out of the way and then you can move on to the tasks that you will enjoy more.