How to be successful in life without harming others

Do not we hate a guy who learns to be successful in life by shooting at others?

We would like to think that they will get their karma, and I believe that they will do it. Because people who really learn to be successful in life know that when you learn how to help others, you help yourself.

And, since I am ready to help you, I've outlined three steps here to help you learn how to succeed in life …

1 – Start with the right mindset to succeed in life.

Perhaps you have heard that the "thing of thinking" is everything. And this. You have to believe in yourself, and that's why: suppose you have a business in real estate, and you keep thinking about yourself: "I'm just wasting my time with this guy, he will never buy it." If this is your attitude, you are right! Henry Ford said: "Do you think you can, or you think you can not, in any case, you are right."

Psychologists have proved that the mind will take away the image of how we think and affects this image, consciously or unconsciously, and we begin to change, based on our beliefs in ourselves.

It was also proved that the human body consists of a completely different composition, brain cells and all, after seven years. Choose your thoughts carefully and do not let your thoughts control you. Because your thoughts dictate your decisions, and your decisions dictate your actions.

I'm not saying that you need to "deceive yourself" in order to think differently about how to succeed in life …

Start with what you have. You are well versed in some things, so all you have to do is just what to base. And that brings me to step two …

2 – commit yourself to stretching yourself to succeed in life.

Recently I heard that you know that you are starting to learn how to be successful in life, when you feel comfortable in a comfortable zone. You are no longer happy to work in your cubic at work, and you need something else.

Continue to focus on this and ask yourself what you can do to learn how to become better at what you are doing. And, first, it seems like a risk. We all resist change, even if it's for the better.

For example, a study was conducted by Macy employees to advance to the leadership. At first, Macy hired people from the outside with university degrees to be managers.

The staff came together with the union to protest this, because they felt and it is fair that people who already work for Macy's should have this opportunity. So they agreed, and that's what they did: they offered a training program that people could agree to go through to learn management skills.

This will give them the opportunity to become better in their field, not having the means to study in college, and can also guarantee them a managerial position. Great idea, is not it?

You would think so … but guess how many people from 100 employees used the agreement? Only three out of a hundred!

And it actually jives with the statistics of those who achieve success in life … Out of every hundred people only 3% find their way to financial independence, and 42% find a way to successfully make a living, working their whole life and at the mercy of someone , who pays them for their services.

And that leaves, yes, 55% of every hundred people turn out to be either broken or owed over the age of 65! I do not know about you, but it was a real call for me, since I'm now approaching the age of 60!

3 – Be happy with you and create a "new developed" around what you really like.

A wise man once said that the way to become a millionaire is to find a way to make money on something that you love to do. I would like to take this step once again and say that when you can find a way to lead others to achieve success in life, then you have not just "success in life" … you have found true happiness.

We all change, based only on two things: we try to enjoy or resist pain. And here is the dilemma; we start the enterprise, because we are interested in being successful in life, and we have great hopes for achieving financial success. But then he is afraid when we try to get out of the comfort zone. Unfortunately, fear is a greater motivator than pleasure.

That's why so many people who have learned to succeed in life came from a place of poverty, and fear prompted them to leave their comfort zone and stretch out. I would like to encourage you to put your fears on the shelf and admit that they must fear only fear itself. In fact, it all boils down to how you communicate with yourself.

For example, there are three people who come to mind that do NOT admit fear of failure on the way to achieving success in life …

There's Little Root, who was not only known as the "master king", but also "kicked the king", because he struck out more time than any other baseball player in history. And there is Michael Jordan, who was not even accepted in his basketball team in high school …

… and Sylvester Stallone, who was born with defects and had to lose everything he had, and give up thousands of dollars to sell his Rocky story, only to convince the producers to let him play the lead role.

Maybe you just do not know what you want, and your "power reason" just does not exist yet. In this case, it can help to think about what you really hate to do, and then counter it and rely on this dream.



Source by Nancy Harnell

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