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Determination & Achievement

Habits of Super Successful People that You NEED to Start

I've often heard it pointed out that we all have the same 24 hours in a day. I have exactly as much time in my day as anyone else, and the choice is mine about how I spend it.


The problem is that I don't instinctively know how to become successful. It takes work, research, and a lot of learning... which is exactly what I've been doing. And there's some key consistent patterns that the most successful people in the world all stick to.


The first is the most encouraging: people who change the world, who make their dreams come true do things their own way. Yes, of course there's certain patterns and consistencies, but they play to their strengths and carve their own path. They're not concerned with copying someone else's success - they want their own.


They never stop growing. They're never "done". Continuing to grow, learn, and become better, more knowledgable individuals is a lifelong journey that will only serve you. 


They don't give up. People will say no to you. They won't see your vision, share your passion, or be committed in the way you are. That's okay. But it shouldn't be the end. You're the one with the dream, it's your job to see it happen. 


By integrating these into your life, you are working toward your future. Laying down building blocks for success. Putting into place patterns that will helpful across industry, position, and life stage. Don't wait until you've made it to do yourself a favour -- set yourself up now!

Recommended Book

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

Jul 13, 1997
ISBN: 9780783881157

Interesting Fact #1

62% of U.S. billionaires are self-made.


Interesting Fact #2

There are 582 million entrepreneurs in the world.


Interesting Fact #3

As of 2016, 25 million Americans were running their own businesses.


Quote of the day

Push yourself, because no one else is going to do it for you.

- Unknown

Article of the day - 7 Powerful Habits of Self-Made Billionaires That Will Immediately Improve Your Life

Everybody wants to be successful — however, not many actually make it a reality.


The difference between self-made billionaires and the rest of the pack is that they don’t leave their achievements up to chance. Instead of waiting for success or wealth to fall in their lap, they take actionable steps every single day to inch closer to the finish line.


Becoming a billionaire might seem like an impossible pipe dream, but the amount of self-made ones is increasing every year. Yes, it’s no cakewalk, but it is something that is possible and within your grasp.


Without further ado, here seven habits from self-made billionaires that you should adopt today:


1) They’re frugal.


If you take a look at self-made billionaires, you’ll notice they aren’t constantly pursuing fancy handbags or shiny sports cars. Take Mark Zuckerberg, for instance, who has over 50 billion dollars and drives a Volkswagen Getta.


Really successful individuals know that true luxury is being able to pursue their dreams, instead of being shackled to their spending. So they make a daily effort to grow their wealth and use it on future endeavors, instead of blowing it on the latest “must have” purchase.


2) They’re lifelong learners.


Self-made billionaires take time to study the trends, concepts, and financial news each day to become an expert in their field and stay up to date on what’s current. For example, Warren Buffett reportedly spends up to 80 percent of his day reading, and said his knowledge stacks up “like compound interest.”


Take a page out of this mega mogul’s book and commit to learning something new about your field or industry every day. Many trade publications and blogs exist to help keep you current on what’s important so you can get ahead.


3) They exercise.


Exercise — it’s not just for New Years’ Resolutions anymore. Entrepreneurs like Richard Branson tout the value of regular exercise — he famously notes that that regular physical activity can give you back four extra hours of productivity each day. It can also boost your mood and prevent diseases like stroke, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and depression.


If you haven’t already, add about 30 minutes of exercise into your daily routine to get the blood flowing and improve your mental clarity so you can be at your best.


4) They meditate.


We talk about our physical health all the time, but mental health is just as (if not more) important for the self-made billionaire. Lately, people have become more aware of the benefits that sitting and clearing your mind can bring, including improving memory and dealing with stress. Billionaires are no different — in fact, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wakes up at 5 a.m. each day to meditate.


If you’ve never meditated before, try just taking a few deep, calming breaths in the morning to help set the stage for your day. You can reap the benefits of mindfulness meditation in just five minutes daily.


5) They start early.


This tip goes for your finances as well as your career success. Financially, start saving your money and investing as soon as possible. Self-made billionaires realize the enormous value of compound interest, and that a small amount invested now can become a fortune later.


Additionally, some of the world’s largest companies are run by CEOs that are under 40 — such as, most famously, Mark Zuckerberg at 32. These young CEOs were able to capitalize on their strengths early in life and use it to catapult to success.


You don’t have to be young to achieve success, but you should adopt the attitude that it’s never too early to start thinking about your future. Don’t be afraid to take a leap in your career, even if you think you’re too inexperienced. If you keep waiting for the perfect timing to take an opportunity, it may never come.


6) They do things differently.


Many people spend most of their lives climbing the corporate ladder, trying to get ahead of the next person. In reality, the most successful people have found a way to go against the tide of what everyone else is doing. Sara Blakely, the youngest self-made billionaire woman in the world, made a shapewear that went against the things other companies were doing. Similarly, Arianna Huffington created a whole new type of media platform, which critics said was “un-survivable.”


If you find yourself in the rat race, it may be time to get out and think about what you can do that will truly revolutionize what’s always been done. This doesn’t have to entail inventing the next iPhone either; something as simple as rethinking your tasks at work can bring along massive innovations.


7) They don’t take “no” for an answer.


“The only people who don’t tumble are those who never mount the high wire,” said Oprah Winfrey.


One thing all billionaires and big thinkers have in common is that they were told “no” at some point in their lives. The trick is to keep swimming against the tide.


Realize that “no” is just someone’s opinion, nothing more. The difference with these success stories is that they pushed forward past these bad experiences and rejections, and even used them as a springboard for success. They realize that no rejection is set in stone — it’s just one person’s (often flawed) viewpoint.

Question of the day - What do you find motivating?

Determination & Achievement

What do you find motivating?