Most Things the successful people do 

Becoming successful in business or even in life is one of the major concern for life.  Business startups always suffer a huge turns up before they can gradually become stable. It turns out that even brilliant, highly accomplished people are pretty lousy when it comes to understanding why they succeed or fail.

 The intuitive answer that you are born predisposed to certain talents and lacking in others  is really just one small piece of the puzzle.

Many  researches on achievement suggests that successful people reach their goals not simply because of who they are, but more often because of what they do .

If you want to be successful, one of the best things you can do is emulate other successful people. While every successful person has his or her own unique approach, there are a lot of common patterns you can find when you read their books and watch interviews and lectures. Here are 10 things that many successful people do each day!

Here are most if the things successful people do or did to become successful in life/business and other encounter:

1 Be very Specific :

Goal setting is one fundamental thing to success, you cannot achieve qny success without first setting out your goal.  When you set yourself a goal, try to be as specific as possible. “Lose 10 pounds” is a better goal than “lose some weight,” because it gives you a clear idea of what success looks like. Knowing exactly what you want to achieve keeps you motivated until you get there. Also, think about the specific actions that need to be taken to reach your goal. Just yelling your self you’ll “eat less” or “sleep more” is too indefinite   — be clear and precise. “I’ll be in bed by 10pm on weeknights” leaves no room for doubt about what you need to do, and whether or not you’ve actually done it.

be very specific

.2.  Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals.

What is success? Most people would probably define success as achieving a goal. But you can never be successful if you set unachievable goals. Many goals are unrealistic or too nebulous for follow-through. Instead, try setting S.M.A.R.T. goals. S.M.A.R.T. is an acronym which stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Timely. The acronym pretty much says it all. These are goals which are concrete, narrowly defined, and which you can measure your progress towards. You can achieve them within a finite amount of time, and they are relevant to your overall success. Becoming successful always go with setting Smart goals.  Setting a series of S.M.A.R.T. goals is a great technique for achieving larger, more loosely defined goals. Think of each S.M.A.R.T. goal as a rung on the ladder of overall success!.  Try hard to make a very smart goal the follow your goals, you will find your way to success soonest.

3. Seize the moment to act on your goals 

Still on the goals setting and achievement, not just setting a smart goal you must take n action. Given how busy most of us are, and how many goals we are juggling at once, it’s not surprising that we routinely miss opportunities to act on a goal because we simply fail to notice them. Did you really have no time to work out today? No chance at any point to return that phone call? Achieving your goal means grabbing hold of these opportunities before they slip through your fingers. To seize the moment, decide when and where you will take each action you want to take, in advance. Again, be as specific as possible (e.g., “If it’s Monday, Wednesday, or Friday, I’ll work out for 30 minutes before work.”) Studies show that this kind of planning will help your brain to detect and seize the opportunity when it arises, increasing your chances of success by 95%

4.  Live a balanced life.

In the entrepreneurship/business world , there is a lot of pressure always to be working. If you are not working 20 hours and sleeping 4, you must not want it badly enough. That is what people will tell you in pretty much any field. However, that is simply falacy, people who live that way will eventually burn out and crash hard. They think they can sacrifice their health, relationships, and leisure time for a few hard years and then coast for the rest of their lives. Rarely if ever does entrepreneurship actually work this way. Most successful entrepreneurs work very hard for a long time. That just makes it more important than ever to find time for other important things in your life, and especially for important people! A healthy, balanced life is necessary if you are going to have the strength to hang in there for the long term. It also is essential to remember why you want success. Most of us want monetary success to support our lifestyles and families. But if you throw out your life and family along the way, what success will you have achieved?.  Balancing your lifestyle is one of the best way to achieve success in your goal.

5. Be realistically optimistic.

Successful people always  focus on the positive wherever possible—but not blindly. Optimism helps us spot opportunities we would miss if we were focusing on the negative. While you must always plan for the future and for potential pitfalls, you must believe there is a way across the chasms that gape below. Otherwise you will turn back long before the journey is complete, or take a fall along the way. Always be optimistic in your dream and goal , make sure your goal is realistic.

6  Keep failure in perspective.

Failure is one primary thing you must encounter on your road to success.  You have probably met business people who take pride in having very little experience with failure—or so they claim. But those people are typically lying to your or not as successful as they seem. Maybe they just got lucky and built an empire on a stroke of fate or a large inheritance. In reality, success is typically built on a series of failures and lessons learned. Do not let your past failures weigh you down or make you feel like a failure. Successful people learn from failures every day and recognize that so long as they do, they are still on the road to success.

7 Know how to set boundaries.

Setting boundaries to your decisions, you must not say yes to every thing. Their must be a limit to your acceptance. Don’t just accept every thing. Many of us are raised never to say the word “no,” but sometimes you have to say “no.” Not every business proposition is a good one, and not all partners are the right ones. Successful people realize they cannot take on every single project or work with every single person. They know they sometimes have to back off and take care of themselves first. Learn how to say no especially to things that do not fall in line with your goal.

8 Know exactly how far you have left to go

To achieve your targeted goal you must learn how to check your progresses and your dawn fulls.   Achieving any goal also requires honest and regular monitoring of your progress — if not by others, then by you yourself. If you don’t know how well you are doing, you can’t adjust your behavior or your strategies accordingly. Check your progress frequently — weekly, or even daily, depending on the goal. success always goes with with constant monitoring of your routines.

9 Focus on being better instead of being just good. 

Good is not enough to attain success, as the saying he it  that “common sense produces common result” therefore always focus on the best,  make researches to improve your self and continuously learn new ides that will process more solution and lead you very close to your success. Believing you have the ability to reach your goals is important, but so is believing you can get the ability. Many of us believe that our intelligence, our personality, and our physical aptitudes are fixed — that no matter what we do, we won’t improve. As a result, we focus on goals that are all about proving ourselves, rather than developing and acquiring new skills. Fortunately, decades of research suggest that the belief in fixed ability is completely wrong — abilities of all kinds are profoundly malleable. Embracing the fact that you can change will allow you to make better choices, and reach your fullest potential. People whose goals are about getting better, rather than being good, take difficulty in stride, and appreciate the journey as much as the destination.

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