Who should you go to when you need advice for your career? The ones who are your peers and are technically in the same frame of mind as you or the ones who are already very successful in life. You have to be very careful while choosing the person whose advice you seek. You will end up in the same place as him if you will do what he is asking you to do. The least you can do is to make sure that he is successful.
Today we present to you the best career advice coming right from the habits of those who are most successful. These lessons would give you a sneak peek into the lives of world’s most successful people and let you know the things they are doing which made them reach where they are today.
We all have been given many lessons of early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. The questions is how many of us follow? Not many I suppose. Vouge editor Anna Wintour reaches the tennis court by 6 in the morning. Starbuck’s president Michelle Gass wakes up at 4:30 to go for a run. Dwayne Johnson wakes up at 4 to workout. All these people say that waking up so early and doing something worthwhile makes them feel that they are moving ahead of the world. When the entire world sleeps, they are up and running towards their goal. Their sub conscious mind reads it as a message that they are far ahead of the people and it makes them work in such a way that they really lead people from far ahead.
The world is changing at the fastest pace ever. The more curious you are, the more you learn. The co-chair of Disney media Networks Anne Sweeney says that the smartest thing you can do is to constantly ask questions. She herself is driven by curiosity because it gets people exited and feel like they are being heard. Her leadership comes from her habit of asking questions and listening to what people think.
Plan your Day A Night Before
All the people who have tasted the sweetest nectar of success are the ones who know exactly what they are going to do the next day. They plan their day before going to bed a night before. This planning helps them in utilizing their time and capabilities to their best. One of the biggest advantage of planning your day ahead is the execution of all the tasks. When you will perform everything you planned, it will give you a deep sense of achievement. Beth Mooney, CEO of KeyCorp agrees that small actions lead to a bigger change and this sense of achievement will lead you to be successful.
Have the courage to do what you want
People are scared to do what makes them happy. You have to specifically decide what you want and start moving towards it with everything you have got. It requires immense courage to do what others are not doing. It takes immense courage to go after the thing which you think will give you a sense of achievement and will make you happy for life. Everyone who is successful today has a story where they refused to give up and never let their courage mellow down to a point where they convinced themselves to quit.
Move One Step At a Time EVERY DAY of your life
There are people who keep planning to do something big and there are some who know what they want to do and everyday they do something which brings them closer to where they see themselves. Which one do you think become successful? Obviously not the ones who keep thinking and spend years in chalking out a fail proof plan. The ones who become successful are the ones who move towards their goal everyday. With the rise of the sun, they do at least one thing which brings them closer to their aim and that is what makes them different from the others. Remember every wrong step discarded is a step forward. Thomas Edison said that before he invented light bulb, he found 10,000 ways of not making one.
It’s no secret how successful people become what they are. They share their secrets with people all the time but there are very few who actually implement. Most of the people would listen, they would agree and would forget. It’s your life and if you want to be successful, then you need to delete the snooze alarm you have put up in your mind. That alarm is stopping you from exploring your full potential.