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5 Most important successs-driven tips I have read recently
Browsing social media has probably become the leading form of procrastination for people all around the world, from students to employees and even employers; the internet has people hooked.
Luckily, however, some valuable motivational advice can come from these leisurely quick reads that are posted daily. Here are the 5 most important things I have read on the internet that has helped me reach success-driven goals:
If it only takes 5 minutes to do it, do it now.
This counts for anything in life. There is nothing worse than being showered with a million small things to do so. Make sure your chores don’t back log by getting things done as soon as they present themselves! Don’t put off clearing your desk for any longer, and send that email out now because you really might forget to later.
You can do anything, but not everything.
Ever heard the expression jack of all trades, master of none? Well, is that what you want to be? It’s better to perfect a single project than to do half-jobs in many. You have to give yourself the appropriate amount of time to complete a one goal and drive all the necessary energy towards it, instead of rambling off sloppy work in all different directions.
Choose an industry, not a career.
This may seem to contradict the former point, but it actually doesn’t. What this statement means is that you have to strive to be proficient in all departments of your field, instead of getting stuck in a single direction. No matter how long it takes. So while it’s important to focus enough time and effort on perfecting one task at hand, it’s equally important to see the bigger picture of your work. Once you understand the ins and outs of every aspect of your industry, you can make proactive goal-driven decisions on a daily basis.
Pay attention to negative feedback, and solicit it.
When someone points out your wrongs, use it to your advantage. If you want to be successful, you cannot let your ego get the better of you; instead, you should be looking for ways to improve yourself constantly. But it’s not always easy to find the fault in ourselves. So if someone else does, do something good with it- accept the challenge and embrace the change. Which brings us right to our next point.
Distraction is a constant.
If you want to speed your progress to become more success, you have to accept all distractions for what they are, because they are never going to disappear. Managing priorities, balancing objectives and perfecting exquisite time-management skills are the three things that will make distractions defenceless against your motivation and drive.
No matter what industry you are in, if you keep these 5 things in mind throughout your journey, you will become a well-rounded professional, leader and expert in your field. Don’t hesitate any longer, spread your wings and join an accredited course that will show you how to take control of all areas of your life. The sooner you understand and execute the skills you need for success, the faster you will climb the ladder to the top.
Thursday, April 13, 2017 - 15:15