You Want To Win Everyday:5 Rules That Really Work
13 May 2020 Blog
The process to achieving any goal starts with the day you decide to go for it. Whether your objectives are in life or business, it’s important you keep the right attitude and wake up with a mindset that puts you in the best position to take on the day, every day.
Here are the five rules you need to follow, to win today, this month, this year and always . A rule is simply a prescribed guide for conduct or action.The Following are as provided by www.success.com
Self-esteem and confidence are the ultimate motivators. They are the main drivers to success Lack of confidence is what keeps us from deciding to go for what we want in life.
Confidence comes from two things: staying in your lane and humility. To “stay in your lane,” means that you should stick to what you’re good at and play to your strengths. As long as you stick to your own personal experiences and expertise, you can have the confidence to stand behind anything you want to pursue.
At the same time, too much confidence can be dangerous. The world is big and there are a lot of obstacles that can get in the way of success. If you’re overconfident, there’s a chance you’ll become ignorant of upcoming hurdles. Having this type of self-awareness is imperative, stay humble
Positive vibes only
This rule is simple, but has a huge impact. It’s not just positive vibes, it’s positive vibes only. Being optimistic will prime you for good things to happen. Too many of us harbor pessimism and keep negative people in your lives, whether in or out of the workplace. In these scenarios, you are allowing negative energy to dictate your outcome. I really believe you have to cut out negative influences in your environment. When you remove pessimism from your life, you can have a healthier focus and perspective on winning.
Strengths over Weaknesses
I preach this maxim all the time: Triple down on what you’re good at.There are enough people in the world who are going to tell you to “fix this” about yourself or “you’re not good at that.” So the best use of your time is to focus on your strengths. Figure out what you’re best at and always continue to craft those skills. If you bet on your strengths and focus on what you are great at, you will put yourself in the best position to succeed.
Legacy is greater than currency
In 20, 30, 40 or 50 years from now, you’re going to care much more about what people think of how you made your money rather than how much money you’ve made. That’s why legacy is better than currency
Every business decision you make ,not the currency you put into your pocket should map to your legacy. Prioritize things that matter: Pay your bills, spend quality time with family and maybe save a little extra cash to have on hand. But your main focus should be building your personal and social equity.
Rule #5:Hard Work Pays
If you’re not willing to work hard, you’ve already lost. There’s not a single winner on Earth who took it easy, who wasn’t hustling 24/7/365. For something you want, you have to put in the time and energy. If you do, you’ll be able to squeeze every last bit of juice out of that orange. Every minute you put toward your dreams counts.
Whether the goals are professional or personal, these rules always hold true. Confidence, optimism, focusing on your strengths, growing your legacy and putting in the hard work will put you in the best position to succeed. There will be time to relax and enjoy the fruit of your hard work