20 Nov Want to be successful in life? then you must refuse to do these 20 things!
There's no doubt happy and successful people do things differently.
There's also no doubt that those who're happy and successful also differently avoid doing things many of us get sucked in to doing.
So just as much as happiness and success involve positively engaging in positive behaviours, so too do they require absolutely refusing to partake in negative, self-destructive behaviours (and thoughts)…
by Mo Seetubtim from the Huffington Post
1. They don't define success in a monetary term.
Most successful people define success as happiness, having a peace of mind, or helping others. They see money as something that brings them comfort and opens doors of opportunities. They realize that money can't buy them happiness.
2. They don't start their days without plans.
Successful people know that in order to stay on top of work and become successful, they need to be disciplined and be smart with how they manage their time. In order to do this, they plan their days ahead, putting together a to-do list at the start of the day? — ?what needs to be done and in what order. Not only are they going to make sure that they don't miss out on any important task or meeting, but also optimize their time for the optimal performance.
3. They don't define "perfection" as their end goal.
To successful people, striving for perfection is rather a waste of energy and time because you would be spending your time looking for mistakes and faults to fix. Instead, you should strive for "growth." From one point to another, successful people achieve each goal with growth in mind.
4. They don't surround themselves with negative people.
Pessimistic people, people who whinge and complain, people who procrastinate, and people who find excuses for everything? — ?these are the kinds of people that successful people don't surround themselves with. Because the more you hang around these people, the more negative energy you receive. Instead, successful people hang around positive people, driven people, and people inspire them.
5. They don't perceive difficulties as problems.
When successful people face a difficulty or an obstacle, they see it as another challenging issue that they need to solve like any other obstacles they've gone through in the past. They believe that these experiences will only make them smarter and stronger…
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