I’m Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits. Follow me on social media @DrHassanRehab.
Who doesn’t want more success? Whatever you’ve already accomplished, there’s always another exciting mountain to climb. If you’re looking for more achievement, you can improve your life dramatically with a few simple changes. Although these suggestions are straightforward, most of them will require constant attention for a little while until they become habitual. Once they become automatic, you’ll be thrilled with your progress. Try these four actions to enjoy greater success:
1. Hang out with successful individuals.
You’ll frequently find that you achieve about as much as the people with whom you spend the most time if you want to be successful, affiliate as often as you can with people who are more successful than you. There are a couple of reasons for this. You’ll be exposed to a completely different way of thinking and interacting with the world. Very successful people look at many things differently than those who are less successful. Integrating some of the ideas into your thinking will likely bring you more success of your own. You’ll also encounter new opportunities. High achieving people frequently have all kinds of ventures going on. You never know when they might need a helping hand. You’ll also get to connect with their peer group, who are likely to be very successful as well.
2. Adjust your attitude.
Successful people usually have a positive attitude. That’s what allows them to move forward aggressively. This is not the same as acting foolishly, however. Minor challenges don’t bog them down because they believe that things will work out in the end. They also keep the bigger picture in mind, so minor challenges are just that: minor. If you want to be wealthy, do you have positive attitudes about wealth and wealthy people? If you want to be healthy, do you have a positive outlook about that? Your attitudes must be congruent with your objectives. Everything starts internally. Seeing outside changes in your life takes time.
3. Be organized and focused.
Before you go to bed each night, make a list of all the things you want to accomplish the next day. Doing this at night gives your brain a chance to work on things in your sleep. Also, you’ll feel much better when you can start the day with a clear objective instead of spending time trying to figure out what to do.
4. Have goals.
Your brain is tremendously good at finding solutions. You can help it out by doing an excellent job of outlining and prioritizing your objectives. The simplest way to do this is to write down your goal and include a deadline. Now your brain knows what to work on and when to have it accomplished. Read over your goals at least twice a day to provide mental emphasis that they’re important. We all know how easy it is to get sidetracked by 50 other things and forget all about our goals and plans.
These four simple ideas can bring you great power if you use them to your advantage. Being successful is no more challenging than being unsuccessful. Both require specific actions and attitudes applied consistently over a period of time. Make some changes today and give yourself the gift of greater success tomorrow.
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