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How to Reduce the Time to be Successful in Life?

According to Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers, mastery in a field takes approximately ten thousand hours of practice. That necessitates a level of consistency and discipline in terms of showing up and practicing on a daily basis.

Let us consider the above statement to be true.
Now, If you spend 10 hours per day to learn a new skill then in a year you are giving 3650 hours ( ie 365*10 hours) for it. So it will roughly take around 3 years (ie 3650*3=10950 hours) of consistent practice for 10 hours per day to achieve mastery over that field.

So if you spend 5 hours per day in it you will be a master in 6 years. But spending 5 hours/ is practically feasible. I have read an interview of an IAS Topper who used to spend 5 hours/day in his deep studies from his childhood. So if you learn something from your early ages of life you don’t have to spend a lot of time per day to achieve mastery over a specified field.

As soon as you become master over the field, you will expect to get positive results. But first you have to advertise your skill, so that people would recognise your mastery. This would again take around three years of consistent advertisement to become a good advertiser and marketer of your skill. Again you have to devote 10 hours per day to develop the skill of marketing and advertisement.

So our life demands 6 years of consistent work to be highly successful in any field. We have to remember that there is no shortcut to success. More you practice more you will be confident over yourself.

Repetition is Key Factor of Consistency

As a result, repetition is the key to consistency. It’s all about doing the same things over and over again, getting input from them, and making adjustments to help you stay on track while you move towards your target. And that, in essence, is the difference between success and failure in every area of endeavor, as well as the secret to achieving high levels of success.

So far, I’ve learned that I need to be more careful in my life and company, and that I need to take consistent action every day. And, as I’ve discovered, every time I stop, it’s far more difficult to restart. Consistency provides order to your day, allowing you to be more productive and effective. You actually know what you need to accomplish.

Although we hear of instant success stories, the majority of success stories are not like that. Blood, sweat, and tears have gone into them. As well as continuity. You need the splash of consistency in the recipe of life.

You can make a consistency calender Template shown below to track your consistency.

A griddled box showing tick and cross marks
A Consistency Calender Template

Calculate your consistency percentage


✔️ = number of days your daily mission was completed
❌ = number of days Your daily mission remained uncompleted

Consistency (%)
= ✔️ /(✔️+❌) *100
In in the above calendar template
Consistency (%)
➡️ excellent consistency level

If the consistency percent is:
Above 85 ➡️ excellent consistency level
70 to 85 ➡️ It is good but requires improvement
Below 70 ➡️ very poor consistency level, you have to work really hard to reach a respectable consistency level.

Choosing a Tight Growth Structure

But consistency without growth is just like attending an office job for last 10 to 20 years without any type of innovation in it. Everyone says “Be creative.” But how? You have to devote sometime everyday on trying to do something new in your own field. This inturn will boost your growth structure. Otherwise you will follow the same plan, same action and you will get same result as before. After 3 years you will realise that you are in the same place as you were 3 years back but you were highly consistent in those times.

Even if you follow a successful man and do the same things like him, 99% chance is that you will be a damm failure.Why this happens? This is due to lack of growth and creativeness inside you. You only watched external talent of that man but you are unaware of his inner qualities and capabilities. You will never be able to copy someone’s inner talents. So it is better to create your own internal talents.

How to Grow your Internal Talents Unconsciously?

Everything is created in the mind of a human being then it is created in the outer world. So creativity lies inside our mind. If you search it in the outer world you will never reach your correct destination. To develop creativity and growth do this.

A) Think, Experiment, Act and be Ready to Face Failure

My mind is not sharp then how can I think creatively? Firstly you have to understand that you are thinking to do something differently not creatively. Suppose you write with your right hand but today you tried to write with your left hand. Similarly in your professional field you have to try to do things differently. Here are few steps that can boost up your creativity.

1.Think and Imagine

Think any process to do it differently and imagine that different process is beneficial to you. Then imagine how you are going to experiment and take massive action. This imagination and thinking should not be vague, but it should be realistic and practically feasible.

2. Experiment

Take a baby step to check the process you selected is working otherwise rethink and make modification in your plan and again perform the experiment in a different way till you get somewhat positive result out of it.

3. Massive Action

Now take massive actions to complete your project / process because experimenting in small scale is a completely different process than doing it practically in larger scale.

4. Rethink and Modify

At first failure is certain. Be prepared mentally not disturb your emotional intelligence at failure. Failure is natural and success comes after a series of failure. So what to do? Rethink and modify your plan and try again. If you are not going to modify your plan, it is obvious that you are going to to get the same result as before.

5. Apply it Frequently

Apply this technique on as many processes as possible one by one. When you have mastered this technique with regular practice on different objectives then you have attained quality to make things bigger and better or indirectly became creative by nature along with quality to grow something for better.

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A Flow chart to Grow inner Talents

B) Learn How to Prioritise the Work Schedules

We all have a habit of doing unnecessary and useless work first. No matter how efficient you are you will reach nowhere after completion of 3 years if you can’t move away from the clutches of this habit.

Now, I will discuss in brief how to prioritise your work. Look at the diagram very carefully.

Priority wise distribution of work in two by two table
Dividing the work according to priority

According to the above diagram distribute your work accordingly. Your first priority will be P1, Second will be P2 and third will be P3. If you have completed P1, P2 and P3 then only invest time on P4 otherwise reject P4 completely.

Prioritising work is an art. You can prioritise it in your mind but the best way is to write on a piece of paper or hang a written work schedule on the wall. If you search the net, you will find plenty of techniques on how to prioritise your work schedule. You will find all the techniques are correct but administrating yourself to follow these techniques is the key factor that determines the degree of achievement you want to accomplish.

How to follow the prioritised work schedule easily

In this context I am not going to discuss how to prioritise but I would like to share some tips on how you can follow the prioritized work schedule easily.

1.Create Daily Mission of Work Schedule

Long term work schedules are difficult to follow because we don’t exactly know about when and how the project will complete. Past has gone forever and future is not in our hand, we only have power to control our present. Creating a daily mission to complete some specified jobs on regular basis is better than creating a weekly, monthly and yearly schedule. You can correlate your daily mission with long term schedules at the end of the day. Also Create Your daily mission work Schedule on the previous day just before when you go to bed.

2. Selection of Work

Don’t make your daily schedule too long. Select 4 or 5 tasks/ day that would need 1 hour each to complete. Otherwise you will lose interest over the work after few days.

3. Mention time needed to complete the work

This is the most important thing. For each task allot the time within which you want to complete the task. Otherwise you will lose focus over the job to be done.

4. Best Time to Start

I can do anything I want in the current moment. You can’t exactly predict what will happen after 2 hours. Don’t procrastinate to start. Starting a task means that you have reached half your destination. So best time to start is to start now.

5. Follow Pomodoro Technique

Francesco Cirillo developed the Pomodoro Technique in the late 1980s as a time management technique. It employs a timer to divide work into intervals of 25 minutes, with short rests in between. After the tomato-shaped kitchen timer Cirillo used it as a university student, each interval is called a pomodoro, from the Italian word for “tomato.” He had also written a book on Pomodoro technique, that you can buy at Amazon.

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To Buy the book from Amazon click here

There are six steps in the original technique:

1.Choose a task to complete.
2.Set the pomodoro timer to 25 minutes
3. Concentrate on the task in hand.
4.When the timer rings and goes off, stop working and take a short break (5–10 minutes).
5. If you have fewer than three pomodoros, return to Step 2 and repeat until all three pomodoros have been completed.
6.Take the fourth pomodoro after the first three have been completed, and then take a long pause ( 20 to 30 minutes). Return to step 2 after the extended break is over.

If you want to increase your productivity then go to the Play Store by clicking this picture below and download Pomodoro timer

A Tomato's picture showing app in Google Play Store
Pomodoro timer in Google Play Store

6. Don’t follow too compact schedule

A marathon racer runs slowly but steadily as he has to run miles after miles, whereas a 100 meter racer applies his full strength to run in a completion. You have to become a long racer to complete your task. Too much overload of work will make you tired and you will lose interest over the subject resulting in quitting the selected project.

You should make a comfortable plan to be successful in long run. Big successes are achieved only by consistent adding of unlimited short run successes. Make your Daily Mission easy and realistic so that you are able to complete it with ease along with maintaining a good level of consistency.

How Time to Succeed Reduces?

When you were developing the habit of making things better and bigger through your thinking and imagination then you were unconsciously developing the habit of doing it faster. So the time to succeed reduces when you apply the above mentioned techniques in your personal and professional fields.


Why Time to Succeed Reduces by this Technique?

Actually what is it ? It is a practical self learning process. Whenever you have faced difficulty to solve a practical puzzle, you have solved it through your thinking process thus making your mind adaptable to any odd circumstances. Any acquired skill reduces the time to accomplish its Goal. Creativity means a mind that has developed it own skills but it widely differs from any other person in this world.


How to Leave your Comfort Zone to be Successful

Stepping out of your comfort zone

Let’s face it in life, there will always be things that we fear. Some of us are scared of the obvious “biggies” such as heights, snakes, flames or flights. Many of us, though, develop concerns about things that shouldn’t impede us, but they sometimes do.

Are you afraid of rejection? Risk Taking? Failure? Successful?

All of us strive to build “comfort zones” around us: barriers between what makes us feel relaxed and awkward.

Comfort zones are not always bad

They can prevent us from doing anything stupid or reckless sometimes. However most frequently, our comfort zones are based on a conviction that may or may not be valid. If in the past you have encountered an especially painful rejection, you could build a comfort zone that will prevent you from sticking your neck out there and being rejected again.

The comfort zone itself in this case, is not the problem. The problem is the underlying conviction that you will be rejected again.

Just because in the past you’ve been rejected does not mean that in the future you will be rejected again. The unique comfort zone can lead you to behave in ways that are detrimental to your own life success.

You’re going to fear meeting new individuals, getting involved in relationships, or even applying for new jobs. Deep inside, you are going to expect part of you to be rejected again, and you are going to do everything you can to minimise the risk of that happening. Pain is not fun to feel, and how our minds stop it at all costs is incredible!

You may not even be conscious of any of your comfort zones. Take a look at your life right now as it is. Do you make as much money as you would like? Are you satisfied with the job?

Will you enjoy meeting and getting to know new people? Are you capable of setting and achieving new targets for yourself? If you responded yes to those questions, your comfort zones are probably not hindering you in any way.

You may have some problems to work through if you replied no to all of these questions.

Here is an easy way to find out if you are held back by your fears: make a list of the worst things you can imagine happening. What are the deepest fears you have? What things don’t you like in your life? Oh, and why?

Ask yourself why it is, if you don’t like meeting new people. What is the worst thing about meeting someone new that you can imagine happening? Be frank with yourself. You do not have to show anyone this list.

Once you know what you are truly afraid of, ask yourself what the consequences would be if your worst fear were to be realized. And could you live with those consequences? Using the rejection example again, what would be the consequences of being rejected again? Would you be able to live with that? I think you’ll be surprised at how small most of the consequences are, and how easily we could live with them if we had to.

Fear has a way of making itself much bigger in our minds than it is in reality! We work ourselves into a sweat, terrified of the “what ifs” — when in fact, the outcome would be no big deal really. As with most other things, we’d simply pick ourselves up and continue on our way.

Once you know what your fears are, and you understand and accept the consequences, immediately do the thing you fear most. Yes, that’s right, I’m encouraging you to step out of your comfort zones! Refuse to let fear control you.

Tell your anxiety, “Thank you for trying to protect me, but anyway I’m going to do it.” And then do it. Do it again then. And that again. You Would feel nervous the first few times you venture out of your comfort zone. Expect and accept that. The fear won’t disappear overnight. But after your mind realises that the anxiety is groundless, it will go away.

Now just because you are overcoming your fears and widening your comfort zone doesn’t imply that you should also become reckless. Between blindly jumping into the unknown and taking a calculated risk, there is a major difference.

Take a few minutes to think about the action you intend to take before proceeding, weigh the ramifications, and ask if you’re ready to embrace them. Go for it if you are. If you’re not, that’s great!

Don’t feel like you need to force yourself past what you would be prepared to consider. For some time, you can place the problem on the back burner and rethink it later.

The point is to avoid letting your choices be made by fear, and begin making them yourself. It will take some time to get used to this new way of thinking, but you’ll start challenging your fear naturally before long and stop letting it control you.

When that happens, the standards of achievement and satisfaction you will achieve are not told!

The zone of comfort: no anxiety or confusion permitted

I was motivated by the Convid19 panademic to write this blog about taking a little leap and learning new stuff. This needs that you get out of your zone of comfort. It applies to anxiety levels, the most scientific definition of what a comfort zone is. Any type of action that keeps you at a consistently low level of anxiety is your comfort zone You are used to everyday tasks that would not make you feel nervous and awkward, because they are part of your comfort zone. Although individuals frequently refer to ‘getting out of your comfort zone’ in terms of doing new stuff, it is possible to count something that increases your anxiety levels as being beyond that zone.

While anxiety is not something we are likely to be searching for, it can be unexpectedly helpful to have a little bit. To drive us to get our work done, or to boost our results, we sometimes need just a touch of anxiety. A scientific study found that output improved as anxiety levels grew when a task was very easy. However, elevated anxiety only improved to a certain extent when a task was more challenging, after which the combination of a difficult task and high anxiety caused performance to drop.

Uncomfortable uncertainty levels

The uncomfortable levels of uncertainty are responsible for much of the discomfort that comes from leaving your comfort zone. Uncertainty will make us respond to negative experiences more strongly. Even though we may come to like them over time, we are still more likely to react negatively to new stuff. Our comfort zones can effectively be made smaller by volatile social, political or economic circumstances. The more scared we are the smaller our comfort zone becomes and the harder it is to break out. Familiarity is relaxing and fun, so it’s no wonder we get our guard up with new stuff. It takes energy to try new stuff, so we are more likely to rely on old habits when we feel tired than to take a new chance.

5 reasons why moving out of your comfort zone is good

In the learning zone, you want to find the sweet spot and stop going so far out of your comfort zone that you enter panic mode. Some of the advantages of leaving the comfort zone are seen here.

1. It will help you to grow

When combined with the feeling of success, some anxiety and self-doubt can lead to personal development. This is why outdoor activities such as rock climbing or skydiving can be so exciting: they cause fear and discomfort, but when done, they give us a huge sense of achievement and raise our confidence levels.

2. Your comfort zone will expand

If your comfort zone is small, much of the time you will either be nervous or miss out on much of the fun that life has to bring. You’ll increase the amount of items you’re happy with by moving out of your comfort zone more often. As familiarity makes us more likely to enjoy something, you will also be able to enjoy more things in life, even if it turned us off at first.

3. Learning opportunities will increase

Doing new stuff motivates us and encourages us to learn
Novelty helps to boost the brain’s dopamine levels, which is part of the reward hub’ of the brain. The role of Dopamine focuses on encouraging us to go searching for rewards and that urge increases novelty. It has also been shown that novelty enhances memory and increases learning possibilities by making our brains more malleable.

4. It will improve your efficiency

You are not effective if you are too relaxed. We are looking for the middle ground where you are concerned, but where certain levels of anxiety are still manageable. You have effectively increased your comfort zone until you have acclimatised to the new level of anxiety.

5. It will be easier to harness creativity

We are motivated by discovering new experiences, mastering new talents, and opening the door to new ideas. In a way that nothing else does it educates us. Trying new things will lead us to focus on our old theories and where they conflict with our new experience, encourage us to learn more and question confirmation bias, our propensity to pursue only facts that we already agree with. Even in the short term, brainstorming, seeing old issues in a different light, and overcoming the obstacles we face with new energies can be improved by a positively unpleasant experience. I believe this definition fits my experience at the concert. This has given me a great deal of energy!

6 ways to leave your comfort zone

1. Doing daily stuff differently

To work, take a different path. Try a new restaurant without first reading the feedback. Go for a week or a month with a vegetarian. If the change you make is major or tiny, make a change on a day-to-day basis in the way you do stuff. Look for the viewpoint that comes, even if it is negative, from any transition. If things do not turn out the way you expected, do not be put off.

2. Taking time to take decisions

Often if you make fast decisions, slowing down is what it takes to make you uncomfortable. This is particularly true if fast thinking in your work or personal life is respected. Slow down, watch what’s happening, take the time to analyse what you see, and then step in. Often it will drive you out of your comfort zone just by defending your right to make an informed decision.

3. Trusting in yourself and making fast choices

Often making a snap decision is in order, just to get stuff going, if you are more comfortable considering all of the potential choices many times. Doing so will help you kickstart your personal ventures and teach your judgement to trust you. It will also show you that fast decisions as well as slow ones have fallout.

4. Beginning with small steps

Breaking out of your comfort zone takes a lot of bravery. If you go in with both feet, you get the same advantages as if you start slow, so do not be afraid to start slow. Identify your fears, and then, step by step, face them. It was not actually a fear of classical music; it was rather something to which I did not understand or feel connected. I took a step towards getting to know it and broadening my outlook.

5. Master in a new skill or language

There are many advantages to learning a foreign language, many of which apply to learning every new ability. Connect with individuals who inspire you or volunteer with an agency that does an outstanding job.

6. Travelling to new places

If you have been seeing the world from your front door all your life, you are missing out. Perhaps one of the best ways to expand your experiences is to explore new and interesting locations, and it does not have to be costly or hard to do.

What would you do to get out of your comfort zone?

Anyway, now I’d like to share the different challenges I’ve taken on this course over the past year. I was unable to achieve all the goals listed below but I witnessed a consistent growth within me that generated enormous levels of confidence from within.

Vocabulary Boosting Challenges

Within a month, add 150 words to your vocabulary.

Within a month, add 200 words to your vocabulary.

Within a month, add 300 words to your vocabulary.

In a month, add 300 words to your vocabulary with another person in tandem.

That means 10 words a day, 10 words per day,

Challenges of Push-ups

50 push-ups for two weeks a day.

100 push-ups for twenty days a day.

For a month, 100 push-ups a day.

150 push-ups for two weeks a day.

If you’re a beginner, start with 10 push-ups a day.

Challenges for Eating Habits

For a month, no fried food.

No food from the canteen for a month. No cold/aerated beverages for a month.

Every morning, “I will only consume homemade foods today.” manifest.

Challenges in Social life

For a month, say thanks to at least three people a day.

Every day, you call three people and make them happy for a month.

To some celebrity or renowned personality who influenced me in one way or another, a letter a day for a month.

Challenges for writing

On every topic/topic for two weeks, write ten ideas a day.

On any topic/topic for a month, write ten ideas a day.

For a month, write an average single post on your blog every day.

Creating the next day’s regular task ( in 300 words)

Write at least 2,000 words a day for a month.

Start with 500 words per day then slowly increase.

Challenges to Savings

Save Rs.100 a day by cutting expenses for a month.

Save Rs.150 a day by cutting expenses for a month.

Take this challenge based on the level of income and expenditures. You can start the process by saving only Rs 10.

Challenges for Reading

For a month, read 30 pages of a book every day.

For a month, read 50 pages of a book every day.

Read 5 editorials in the newspaper and 50 book pages a day for a month.

Challenges for better Living

For a month, no gossip.

No quarrels and conflicts in a month

Wake up for the month by 6:30 am.

Wake up for the month by 5:00 am.

For a month, no social media.

For a month, fifteen minutes of deep breathing meditation per day.

How to Make Plan to Achieve Target

Right now if your 2020 goals sound out of control, it’s perfectly understandable. It becomes impossible to know how to make a plan to achieve target and stick to it with so many unexpected adjustments due to COVID-19.

The thing is that our world is constantly evolving. It’s not overly obvious much of the time or we treat it reasonably well.

However, since we are all affected, this unique global challenge is different. For our economy, our livelihood, and our original plans for the year, this has created turmoil. And for many of us it seems unmanageable.

Just sitting and waiting is tempting. And how can you make a plan if you don’t know what’s next to happen? However, our desire to adapt is the one thing that hasn’t changed, and we can use this to build new goals and make a strategy that works for us now.

The ability to change our acts is something that we are all born with. Currently, it is one of our biggest gifts for childhood. We use it as a baby to switch from crawling to walking.

It’s the same ability that we use to wash our hands more often and keep a healthy physical distance. When we decide not to watch the television and instead listen to a constructive podcast, we exercise versatility.

This muscle has been used by many of us to transfer our work online during isolation.

In fact, one of the five principles for success is called behavioural flexibility. Together with sensory perception, we give ourselves the full opportunity to succeed.

The good news is you can make a strategy in any situation by embracing this muscle of versatility. This involves times, like now when you feel you have no leverage. It’s just a matter of remaining conscious and adapting as you go.

Here’s how to start off.

Project for the year

A well-known technique for achieving success is to begin with the end in mind and to work backwards. It is a habit that has stood the test of time, as shared by Stephen Covey in his book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

It’s difficult to properly prepare or affect what we do without understanding our objective.

This highly successful habit, even in the current situation, is important. You can always decide on an outcome that you like, no matter what happens in your external world.

You will start finding ways to help you accomplish it when you get clear on this and write it down.


Evaluate if the timeline is feasible when you set your objectives. Often, depending on factors beyond our control, our deadlines can be a little too tight.

This does not mean that we will not accomplish them.

You will be able to reach a very short deadline depending on your choice of tactics and your workload. Take a rational and sensible look at your target and determine if the timetable is reasonable. Change the deadline if not.

Don’t map your plan

This is one of the biggest errors I can see in any year at any time. People map out their plans for the whole year, each move recorded month by month, through a desire for certainty. Mapping the entire year could be why many people are dumping their plans during the crisis.

If we do this, when we go forward, we leave no room to adapt and it restricts our ability.

Our brain and our external surroundings change as we begin to take action. This indicates that we are mindful of greater possibilities that might help us accomplish much more. But we’ve got to leave room for this possibility.

We use smaller chunks and deadlines while we are making a schedule. This leaves space for modifications, and we optimise our scope for achievement.

Make your 90 day plan first

This means just for your initial fifth, chunking your targets down into a 90-day plan. You leave space when you do this to be adaptable to whatever comes up.

Building traction takes 90 days. This implies that it takes three months to see the results of a technique that we use. This is an unconscious idea, but we can use it to help us remain on track and move forward consciously.

Divide your year, starting from where you are now into four quarters. Then, decide what results need to be reached in the first 90 days for each 12-month target.

Write down the objectives and determine which techniques to use.

Chunk the plan to first month

Different sized pieces of data inspire various individuals. Many individuals feel more compelled by major image targets. Others feel more encouraged by shorter-term targets.

Longer-term lovers do not want to chunk targets down and can take haphazard action. Many who love knowledge find it hard to see the big picture and may get lost.

Using both big and small chunks is the most effective way to make a plan.

You will experience a sense of accomplishment far earlier by chunking your goals down to what you can accomplish in the first month. It keeps you on track and helps you to accomplish more.

Check your 90-day goals and set expectations that match with them for the first month. In your planner, write them down to make them stick in your mind.

Break it down again

Note how, and this includes our first week, we only set targets for “firsts.”

It’s a natural inclination to want to schedule all month long, but it’s not. This can keep you seriously stuck or put way too much pressure on you.

Plus, note that there is often more than one way for something to be done. There are possibilities that we will not even see until we have done anything else. This means we can restrict ourselves if we map the month out.

Setting targets just for the first week leaves plenty of space for the unexpected, so we can change it to suit changing circumstances. It also means that at the week’s end, we will feel good about ourselves when we look at all the ticks. That is what our unconscious mind likes!

In your calendar, write results for the first week that will help you meet your goals for the month.Plan and scheme your work

This is where many individuals, especially when things are rapidly evolving, come off track.

It’s easy to get overwhelmed with a list of goals and no structure to execute each week. If we’re not organising every day we can spend a whole week feeling like we’re not going anywhere.

It can also significantly enhance our wellbeing to structure our week and shape a routine. Some of the advantages include lower levels of stress and better sleep.

We feel like we are going somewhere when we structure each week and day. This motivates us, even when the unexpected happens, to keep going.

In order to accomplish your objectives, write a schedule in your journal about what you will do each day of the week. This is where you can map it out and build a schedule on a regular timeline.

Reflect and redesign the strategy

I recommend that you do this, at least at the end of each month. However it is important to do this more often as things are evolving rapidly.

Using our knowledge and versatility constantly, by looking at how we can improve, we can make the most of any situation. To keep up with the external world and stuff that we have no control over, we should easily make changes.

We can also see where errors have been made or where we can subtly adjust anything to optimise outcomes.

This is why we are not planning out the year. It gives us much more versatility to react to external changes positively.

Check for what has worked and how you can do more of it at the end of each month or more often if you need to. Take into account what didn’t work and how you might change it. See what you need to begin to do or avoid doing.

Then, to include those improvements, write your schedule for the next week or plans for the following month.

Repeat and Rinse

Rinse and repeat until you hit the end of your 90 days. Create a schedule for the next three months and downgrade your targets in exactly the same way.

You will find that you are enhancing the momentum that you have already created when you continue to do this. You’re going to experience a tremendous sense of satisfaction, and this is going to inspire you to do more.

At this point, you will find that some of your priorities may have changed slightly, and that’s all right. Note, the mind grows to see new possibilities when you take new actions. Since you have found something better, this can alter your shorter-term objectives.

That’s a cool thing and it’s all part of being versatile, so run with it.

Ultimate thoughts

You can always make a strategy by adapting, whether you’re actually surfing the COVID-19 crisis or another challenge altogether.

More than that in any case, preparation without flexibility can get in the way. Since nothing is static, this includes the good times.

You will find your observations are pleasantly surprising when you prepare thus leaving room to readjust to external changes.

Definite Vision / Clarity / Major Purpose

There is one quality that one must have in order to win, and that is the certainty of intent, the knowledge of what one needs and the burning desire to have it.The Clearness of purpose is key for achieving success and making dreams come true.
Your vision or purpose must be transparent and succinct and should not be vague.
Although it’s fun to daydream about becoming prosperous , you have to know and explain explicitly what you want to get or achieve.
Clarity of intent is crucial to cutting calories, getting a new car or living overseas for any level of success. How do you receive it if you don’t specify what you need to do exactly?
Whenever there is predictability of purpose, you realize what measures to take.
With clarity of purpose, you focus on the target, without loosing time or energy. Clarity of intent is like focusing your target on a bright laser intensity, so you can see it perfectly. 

The first step is to write down your main definite aim, also known as the definite chief goal, in order to accomplish your major goal. This would take no significant ability or experience on your part, and you would see most of the items you set out to do materialise if you were to do what is stated in this article. In the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, this is the core concept. It is quick to become nothing more than wishful thinking about your greatest definite reason. In order to prevent this, this post has adapted the Main Definite Intent definition to ensure that you have a method that can help you see tangible results.

What is the Chief Definite Intention ?

They abhor it when men first come into contact with violence. They become used to it and tolerate it if they stay in touch with crime for a period. They eventually accept it and become affected by it if they stay in touch with it long enough. Any thinking stimuli that is sent to the subconscious mind repeatedly is eventually acknowledged and acted upon by it. Writing down your most definite goal and reading it aloud twice everyday would similarly trigger your subconscious mind and generate a burning desire that you need to accomplish your goals. Many individuals set goals, but few see their targets materialise. This is because, passively taking everything that comes their way, they live their lives. A way to trick the subconscious into having the right mental mechanism to accomplish your objectives is to establish a definite chief target. A very particular statement that has the power to manipulate your subconscious mind is your most definite intention.
In turn, your burning desire will push you to take everyday action that drives you towards achieving your objective.

How to build your definite main purpose?

Follow the steps below to establish your key definite purpose:

1. Determining your particular desire

Determine just what you want to be as concrete as possible. For something vague, you will never have a burning desire. It’s vague to want to be rich, but to want to make a million dollars is clear. It’s ambiguous to want to lose weight, to want a 30 inch waist line is specific.

2. Establish the End Date

Set a date on which you want to acquire or accomplish the thing you want. Being practical is critical. For your purpose or desire to be realistic, the time span should be long enough but short enough for you to find it worth pursuing.

3. Decide the Price

Determine what you’re willing to give in exchange for the thing you want. For the object of your desire, you have to pay a price and you have to pay it in full before you get it. You never get anything for free, and if and when it is necessary, the definite chief target prepares you to pay the price. You need to generate the requisite value in exchange for the money if you want to be a millionaire. If you want to get in shape, you need to do the training you need to adopt a good diet plan. There is a price you have to pay for it no matter what your desire is.

4. Create Imperfect Plan

Make a definite plan that will help you understand this desire and, whether you are ready or not, put this plan into motion immediately. Your strategy doesn’t have to be concrete. There’s just somewhere you need to start, so come up with whatever idea you can think of. Notice that you just need a place to start and work towards it. You may not need an intricate plan that is well thought out. When you begin to have a burning urge, your strategy will grow in your subconscious and you will think of several different ideas at a later date.

5. Compose a Succinct Statement

Write in a succinct statement the outcomes of the above four steps. It must include what you want, what you are going to give, along with the time limit and the strategy with which you expect to obtain this object of your desire, in exchange for your object of desire. When you have written it down along with your name or signature, remember to write down the date. This succinct declaration is your definite main objective or chief target.

6. Reading Your definite main intent

Twice a day once after waking up and once before you go to sleep, read this succinct sentence. See and believe that the object of your desire is waiting to be passed to you when you read this sentence, as and when you offer the service/work you have committed to rendering in exchange for it in step 3. Reading it aloud is meant to condition your subconscious mind by making you continually think about it to create a burning desire.

7. Your Identity Change

Repeat the daily reading of your key specific objective before you begin to take regular daily action that pushes you towards your ultimate goal. Your definite chief target has become part of your identification every day, whether you are doing anything that drives you towards your goal. If you want to do that you can continue to read your key definite goal regular, but when I hit this point, I usually revisit my definite chief goal less often.Without taking steps, a lot of us get stuck in the planning stage. It is important that you put your strategy into motion and through the implementation of your plan, make progress towards your target every day.

8. More than One Major Definite Purpose

It will decrease its power to control your sub-conscious mind by having more than one big definite intent. Plans will alter to obtain the object of your desire, but the object of your desire should not. Ask yourself what fulfils you most to decide the object of your desire and define the object of your desire accordingly. You may have several other purposes, but only one definite main aim.

Method for adding your definite main purpose to your life

We looked at what a definite main function is, how it functions and how one can be created. You would be able to establish your own definite chief objective with this knowledge and use it to achieve your main purpose. However, to see all the advantages, you will need to absorb this into your life effectively. Your key definite aim, without that, would only become something you have written and forgotten about. To integrate this into your life, you need a framework, which we will discuss in this section.
It is highly recommended that you read Napoleon Hill’s book Think and Grow Rich, which is where the idea of the big definite intent first came from. It is not sufficient to establish a definite chief target alone. I would strongly recommend that you continue reading How to Write a Diary, a Keystone Practice that Changes Life. Writing a journal will help you form and conform to your routines and thereby accomplish your objectives. In making your definite chief target a fact, this is important.

Exactly What To Do

Understand exactly what you’re after.
Investigate why you want to achieve your objectives, and by accomplishing it, what you will benefit.
Assure that you’d want your mission to be accomplished.
Read about your main objective and think about it.
See the images of your purpose.
Clearly visualise your goal.
See all of the detailed information in your mind.
Be precise what you’d like to get or accomplish with respect to colour , size, amount, structure, site, etc.
Learn to keep your mind focused on your target.
Delete from your life the distractions.
In your life, show dedication and some self-discipline.

Smart Goal Setting Priorities

Goal-setting is the method of taking active action to obtain the desired result. You may have a dream of being a professor, a cardiologist, or an artist. Each of these desires involves setting and achieving small (and large!) targets. These big milestones can be broken down into smaller, more realistic goals that will elevate you to success.

Implementation of Goal Setting in Distinct Parts of life

1. Health

The larger image is difficult to keep track of with far too much ultra-specific guidance out there on different workout methods and exercise areas. There are various health ambitions for everyone, ranging from wanting to stay healthy in general to seeing health as a lifestyle. We talked to some professional trainers about what some of the most important goals for health should be for just about everyone. These priorities will keep you grounded and force you to look at the big picture in your approach to integrating physical activity into your life.

2. Relations

What do good relationships take for granted? It will vary, but most people will usually acknowledge that all important aspects of a partnership are respect, friendship, mutual trust, sexual expression, protection and, sometimes, child care. You don’t need to waste much time in order to build a successful relationship. Only something you should never recall disrespecting or complaining about possessions.
Give love and gratitude to other people so that others can return the very same to you.

3. Job and Finance

It is about financial independence to take control of your finances. You have a stable cashflow that allows you to live the life that you want. You don’t have to think about how your bills or unexpected expenses are going to be paid. You’re not burdened, even with a mountain of debt.

It’s about realising that you need more cash to pay down debt or perhaps raise your income with a side business. It is all about managing the long-term financial situation by consciously preparing for an uncertain day or retirement.

For students , studying well is their job. They can focus on the number of hours of research, concentrate on their subjects, and many more. Students, too, should make their objectives perfectly clear.


Set all three types of goals: health, relationships and finance, but concentrate on achieving the most important objectives to give you the best chance of success. It is better to set one goal at a time, keeping in mind that if that goal is achieved, all other goals will be accomplished automatically.



Clarity is authority. If you want to meet them, your targets should be crystal clear.

An example of a non-specific objective: I would like to make more money.

Example of a particular goal: I want to make Rs 100,000 by affiliate marketing in profits next year.


A measurable purpose is one that helps you to break down into actionable elements (think process goals) that you are able to track.

An example of an unmeasurable objective: I would like to focus on my book.

An example of a measurable objective: For the next six months, I’d like to write two pages of my book every day.


Is your aim achievable? It is crucial to decide whether you have the time, money , and resources to accomplish this when setting your goals. You can dream, but being realistic is also necessary. By intelligent preparation, something that might seem unlikely right now can be done over time. So for your ambitions, please be realistically positive.

An example of an unattainable objective: I’d like to lose 10 kg by tomorrow. (Well, it’s not really possible, but if you cut off an arm, I think it’s still achievable).

An example of an realistic, but daunting goal: I want to lose 10 kh by working with a trainer by the end of my three months.

The key is that it should both be possible to achieve your goals and allow you to break them down into practical tasks that are actionable.


One that is, well, important to your vision is a relevant target. If it does not contribute in any way to your vision of life, ask yourself if the goal you are setting is really important.

Example of an insignificant objective: I want to start an online company, let ‘s say, so that I can finally leave my nine to five jobs.

An example of a valid objective: by the end of 2019, I want to make Rs100,000 in total revenue so that I can leave my nine to five jobs and be financially free.

Time bound

Every objective requires a deadline. It would be hard to hold yourself accountable on whether you are on track to accomplish it if you don’t set a target date for your objectives.

Remember the essay from college that was due the next night? Yep, deadlines are what cause huge action to be taken by people. So make sure that your priorities are time-bound.

An example of a non-time-bound objective: I want to finish writing this blog post.

An example of a time-bound objective: By tomorrow, I want to finish writing this blog post.


As time goes by, it’s necessary to determine if your priorities are on track. Without meaning them to be, you might have set objectives that are far too ambitious. That’s why it’s important to go back every once in a while to go over the goals you have set for yourself to ensure that you set realistic goals that are daunting, but achievable.


Whenever you reach a goal, smile in the mirror at yourself, go out for a nice meal, recognise yourself for the progress you’ve achieved. This is an vital move missed by many individuals, so make sure you reward yourself for doing good work because it repeats any action that gets rewarded.

Developing Continuous Growth Process

What is a schedule or project timetable for a plan or job?
A project schedule is an outline of a set of objectives and procedures by which a team or person may accomplish these goals and provide the reader with a better understanding of the nature of the project. Job routines, whether used in professional or academic life, help you stay coordinated while working on projects. You dissolve a structure by work plans into small , manageable tasks and identify the things you want to accomplish.

Let’s now understand where the project comes from and how it runs.

Variables that decide a plan’s creation

Imagination to growth process

Process of success

1. Imagination

To imagine is to represent objects without aiming at them as they are presently, presently, and subjectively. One can use imagination to represent possibilities other than the actual, to represent periods other than the current, and to represent experiences other than one’s own. Imagining something, unlike witnessing and believing, does not cause one to assume that something is the case. Interestingly, though, the desire comes from our imagination.

2. Burning Desire

If you just want to accomplish what you want to accomplish with burning ambition or obsession, I don’t see why you can’t achieve your goal. Please make sure that your friends, your loyalty, your resources, your patience, your strategy and your attention are used.

3. The super idea

Creativity is often incorrectly seen as an objective that is a mental disorder that you need to accomplish.

This is where many artists and designers are confused and engage in paralysing self-sabotage. How much do we learn that someone may be “waiting for advice to come to them?” Creativity is not a static activity, but it is a versatile technique that we can appeal to with the right mindset.

How do we build a brilliant idea?

Nearly every person will agree that the super idea of an entity comes from creative ability. But you will grow a great idea if you do a quick and easy task that can be done by you on a regular basis. By the growth of the fixed work, a super idea would be generated automatically.
Let me just explain.
Writing anything is easy, but writing a blog is hard because it requires creativity. But if you keep writing and reading multiple articles every day, then one day you will be a great writer.

4. Planning

Planning is thinking about developing a process before taking action. This encourages us to take a look into the future and decide in advance how to deal with the conditions we will face in the future. There is rational thinking involved and sound decision-making.

Planning is the essential role of deciding what to do in advance, when to do it, how to do it, and who will do it. It is an analytical method that sets out an individual ‘s objectives and defines various courses of action by which the individual can accomplish those objectives. Exactly how to reach a specific target is chalked out.

Start making your own annual, semi-annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly and regular schedule during the course of work to execute it.
What is the value of action being taken?
The fact is, while many of us understand a lot of things about earning cash, doing things and bringing about world change, only a remarkable few get to have all the abundance, glory and happiness that this planet has to offer, simply because they are the lucky few who take action reasonably often.

5. Action taking

The one thing that separates the champion from the action is taking action … anti-winners … The haves from the not-haves … And the greatest accomplishments from ordinary people.

Perhaps you’ve already seen somebody make a major success in their lives, just to complain to yourself, I should have done that. Or maybe you’ve watched a new project initiated by a colleague that included your ideas, just to conclude that when they agreed to take action, you were standing by.

6. Outcomes

After achieving a result or outcome, why is emotional stability necessary?
The findings can be favourable or unfavourable. When we get a favourable result, you must not be too excited. Treat a favourable condition as an instance of an event that is normal. But, uh, and, uh,

Fear of failure has different effects on people, but you tend to panic and do things that re-center and shift things to worry about more often than you actually find a solution when it comes to the moment you least expect it to.

Having emotional wellbeing helps you to retain your concentration no matter how overwhelming and complex things can get. It helps you to stay in control, regardless of the complexity of your circumstances, and, most importantly, it allows you to maintain calm enough to help you think and analyse the situation and figure out a solution.

7. Motivation

After the result, why is motivation necessary?
When you are working, you are inherently self-motivated, and the best way to motivate yourself is to start working.
After the score, you stop working momentarily because either you are overly excited or you are saddened by your unfavourable result. It will succeed those who have suffered a long list of defeats. When the outcomes are favourable, you have to be emotionally secure to stay on your winning path and you have to be self-motivated to move again in a new direction when the results are unfavourable. In any case, never connect your thoughts and emotions.

8. Replanning

Types of results

Three types of findings may occur

Beneath the norm

Proceed on your winning path without altering your strategy if the results are outstanding.
Change the method to achieve a better outcome in the next trial if the results are mediocre. If you do the same thing again, the result will be the same.
If your outcome is negative, then adjust the plan entirely.

9. Continuous growth circle

By generating an ongoing process of replanning, intervention, outcome and encouragement, a strong self-development venture is developed.

It is the standard of re-planning, re-motivation and re-action that will result in growth and self-development. You will find and rectify your errors in this continual process. All the gaps that allow you to go towards failure will be filled slowly and slowly. You will become an invincible human. You’ll be able to achieve whatever you want.

Reduce the Gap between Implementation and Results

From the day they come into being, people have been strategizing; in reality, we make every day a plan to use our time and what to do and what not to do. The time gap between the implementation and performance and the large amount of unknown variables sitting between them is the thing that sends a big setback to our plan or decisions.

The motive for that particular task is the primary step that causes decision-making; it may be anything ranging from monetary value to aesthetic value. The next step of knowledge search and analysis starts after motivation, and here the issues of selective bias come in. We prefer to pick only the information subconsciously or consciously, which we think might be correct without thoroughly scrutinising it, going by the actual merits and demerits of each piece. The prejudice should be kept as low as possible, as the final decision may be adversely affected. Keeping in point, all the data gathered from different sources is then analysed, and from it is extracted some useful insight.

It comes to decision-making and execution after processing. It is now where actual action is carried out on the basis of the previous two phases in the sector, but a large number of unknown variables that were not taken care of in the previous phases lie in the distance between the final effects and the last act.

In an ideal world, it might be possible to ensure the predicted results of a hundred percent full proof plan and decisions, but that is not the case in the real world. In one go the pandemic totally blew up all preparations and entirely thought-out tactics. It just gives us an insight into how months and years of preparation will inevitably be endangered by an unknown cause.

The time gap between implementation and consequences, which can not be prevented, is a major factor in such uncertainties.
And how can this dilemma be conquered? Persistence and grit are the best and straightforward response to this.

After repeated setbacks and unpredictable situations, one should retain his persistence throughout the entire process; it is the grit that drives everything. At any time, the perseverance and open mind that is always willing to find new directions and keep all the possibilities available can be achieved while retaining the same final destination.

One of the best examples to explain persistence is Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Nobel prize winner in chemistry, who had a fair share of setbacks throughout his carrier from a very early age, after he went to the United States and for a PhD in physics, he could not get into a prestigious institute for his undergraduate in India. He did not have the desire to do physics after completing his PhD and went to graduate school to move to biology again. He ended with a Noble Chemistry Prize; this instance sums up the discussion above about the distance and unknown variables that obstruct consequences, but one thing that overcomes this is grit and dedication with an open mind that holds the final target determined.

Success is Feasible by Building Solid Foundation

Success is not in the fate of all because by the power of money, no one can buy and sell it. It is for those who are persevering, committed, resilient, patient and determined.

Over the last few years, I have met many young people where I have noticed one odd thing that they have no control over their impulses, which is the root cause of the distraction of someone from their target. Such desires are not real, which means they have not produced them, but because of their setting, these desires have formed in them. In addition, desires are fine, but those desires must be successful, the pride of parents, and so on. By thinking about the things they did not accomplish in their lives, many youngsters curse their fate. Often because of the inferiority complex they have developed for themselves, they feel bad that they are not able to accomplish any particular objective. As an example, many individuals just lose their success because they feel that they are unable to accomplish big goals and will never achieve them.

We always forget that a large tree often relies on its roots that are often deeply buried in the soil. Nobody thinks about those beginnings because you just look at the success that is on that tree in the form of fruits. Yet, deep down, because of those roots, the trees have fruit. Likewise, in human life, people see the charm of achievement rather than thinking about certain origins in the shape of the foundation that one makes under four walls of the room after toiling around the clock.

If one has a solid foundation, this means success can be feasible.

Level of Goal Setting and Control of Growth Processes

Have you ever set a target for yourself but not achieved it, despite your best efforts? The odds are that poor execution, rather than lack of effort or ability, has defeated you. Some of the factors that may have led to poor execution are setting ambitious targets, focusing on too few fields, underestimating completion time, not appreciating failure, setting goals to other people, not monitoring progress, setting opposing goals, setting too many goals.

Importance and level of setting goal

Without setting goals, living a life is like sailing a ship without planning a course: you are likely to end up somewhere you wouldn’t want to go! This is why in order to establish yourself and fulfil your dreams, you need to set goals. If you avoid common errors along the way, though, it will help. These can make you feel discouraged, challenge your skills, or even give up. A low target is a crime. It’s just one life that we have and it’s fitting to target high. With these things dropping on our eardrums, we have all grown up. How much is too high or too little, however? Is there any scale for the degree of goal to be measured? There is at least as of today, no credible one. The setting of goals carries with it a multitude of challenges. Let’s say that it’s too low or too high. Goal-setting will adversely affect the performance of a person in that situation.

Past research has attempted to recognise the signs of the incorrect target setting and attempted to rectify its errors. When objectives are set too low, an individual functions on autopilot. Spending time working out a vision and asking important questions such as matching the principles that matter will help define and solve the issue with your actions. If the query responds in the negative, it is time for some improvements to be made. The joy that has passed can be regained by looking for opportunities to do things that make you happy. When targets are not correctly set, there is no learning. The study says that the only option here is to try new stuff and slowly stick with it. Another result of lousy goal setting is letting fear hold you back.

Get comfortable with being awkward, as the best things in life result from tough circumstances. Too high expectations can trigger perceptions that are self-limiting. Take some time to understand what you really want and then work on it. Do your way with things. The most popular occurrence is the traditional target setting surrounding the wrong individuals. Look for people who challenge you to be the best edition, and drive you.

Optimal Target Setting

Setting a target requires understanding oneself. The primary step before one embarks on the activity of goal setting is to understand our capabilities. A systematic SWOT review can help to clarify the main arenas and weaknesses of one, followed by the opportunities to exploit the best of one’s skills. Some organisations frame the objectives of their workers without taking into account distinct facets such as the desire of the employee to participate, motivation, and capacity to succeed, resulting in the employee not justifying the objectives set and eventually contributing to performance degradation and thus the motivation for future efforts. That is where the organisations’ obligation becomes all the more important. Organizations should play their part in identifying various aspects of their workers and then set targets in accordance with them. Dividing a target into small sub-goals will as a whole, help achieve the larger goal, which would otherwise seem unbeatable.

Psychometric assessments can also be used by companies to recognise various aspects of the identity of the employee, which eventually matter during the results. The test will help them set targets in line with the skill of their employees.
Understanding oneself well is the prerequisite of the plan for better objectives. The degree of understanding one has about oneself is what defines goal-driven success. Organizations using personality and psychometric assessments, past success, and inspiration to set goals followed by a dialogue with managers will excel at all levels, employee and organisation, in terms of performance and outcomes. These organisations will understand that mature target setting will serve as a catalyst for the success of potential goals.

To measure the optimal target, some researchers have invented a scale. The sweet spot of the optimal target setting, according to them, lies somewhere between aiming too low or aiming too high. You might think that 5 is the ideal target if 1 is a goal that is far too low and 10 is a goal that is far too high. Nevertheless, this is definitely not a sure-shot course. As people are not conscious of themselves, issues with target setting occur, resulting in too low or too high targets. The proposed method would see the effects of enhanced success in a setting where the targets are set after accurately recognising the skill of an individual after input from channels such as supervisors, SWOT analysis, attitude, psychometric assessments, and past performance. The plan would take care of itself, provided that other components properly conduct their duties.

Nevertheless, organisations or individuals who neglect their actual capacities should expect to fall flat on the face instead of going for ambitious expectations or goals. There can often be little time between the goal setting input provided by supervisors, SWOT analysis, or personality and psychometric tests) and the next action needed to achieve the goals set, thereby omitting the reflective time needed to understand the feedback provided, which forms a key component that drives the goals. In the case of military organisations, there might be no time to focus on the priorities set for an occasion that instantly invites, say, in the event of a war.

In addition, as Michelangelo says,’ the danger to man lies not in setting our target too high and falling short; but in setting our goal too low and achieving our mark, instead It is important to make our goals with the same honesty that we would commit to our actions.

How to be Rich and Prosperous?

So, you want to become a millionaire-entrepreneur. You’re not alone. Some dream of leaving their jobs and becoming their own boss, enjoying the numerous millionaire lives we see on TV. There is a difference, however, between those who dream of becoming millionaires and those who do. And with an attitude, it begins and ends. If you do not maintain that mentality, you will continue spinning your wheels, working just as hard, but never going anywhere.

By fostering a millionaire mindset, you need to stretch your thinking. Start by creating the following six attributes.

Creating a vision.

If you want to be a millionaire at some point in your life, or if you want to have a seven-figure business, you have to be very honest about why you want it. Throughout my 20s, my “why was making money. I was taught by a variety of company accomplishments and setbacks that it’s not about money, but about what money can do for you.

Why is it that you’re trying to be a millionaire? You have to be fairly honest about your “why,” so that when things get tough, you’re pulled to do it regardless, or you don’t want to wake up at 4 am or make another cold call.

What influence do you want to have? What is the positive consequence of achieving your seven-figure goal, and what is the negative impact, maybe more compelling, of not achieving it? When we develop our vision and our “why” for others, there is an exponential increase in the inspired action we can take to achieve it.

Some of the best entrepreneurs in the world have very wide missions. They know exactly where they’re going and why they’re going there. The influence and the legacy they create are clear to them. What is your clout? And what sort of legacy do you want to build? The more you connect to your effect, the more willing you are to do the uncomfortable stuff that leads to rapid development.

Millionaire business owners, though have a “now” attitude. Instead of putting it off, they do what is needed now no matter how scary or difficult it sounds. Knowing why you do what you do and being a “now” type of person will push you to get what you want.

Love What you do.

When you’re doing it, it doesn’t feel like work. And money can flow to and through you naturally when you enjoy what you do. And if you are working in a career or role that you don’t like at the moment, it will change your entire mentality just by changing the way you think about it. Think of it as your banker who is helping you as you work where you want to be, instead of complaining about your job. In your current situation, talk about life and change your way of being so that you value your profession by providing you with the means to do the job you love.

Solution Oriented Focus

Be very clear about the problem being tackled by the organisation. In addition, being solution-focused means that you see solutions where others see challenges, in spite of the situation. So the millionaire mind knows there’s always a solution when the going gets tough and most people pack it up and go home, and that it’s a blessing in disguise, no matter how big the challenge or obstacle is. Even failure reaps gains that will benefit you in the future.

By focusing on strategies rather than problems, you retain a positive attitude and are not rattled by issues outside of your control that might derail others. The bigger you grow as an entrepreneur, the greater the pressure, the responsibility and the problems.

Millionaires are pleased with their fights because they know that there is abundance on the other side. Furthermore, people who see solutions attract others who seek solutions.

Develop Your Leadership Capacity continuously.

Focusing on your leadership ability will dramatically move and alter all about your life and business. Grab and internalise the book, Leadership’s 21 Irrefutable Rules. The more you develop your leadership skills, the more potential like-minded leaders will be drawn into your company.

The law of the lid teaches that one of my favourite irrefutable laws of leadership is that you are the lid on your pot. You are in other words, the one who limits the growth of your company. By improving your leadership skills, you could blow the roof off the organisation.

Be Growth Driven

Millionaire business owners are constantly pursuing personal growth and development.

First and foremost, get a coach. By getting a coach, my life was changed more than by anything I’ve ever done in business or in life in particular.

Second, find yourself worthy of coaching. Often what happens when you seek wise advice is that you set up a wall between yourself and the feedback you get. Know that a coach sees the business and life that you do not from an outside point of view. Trust that your coach has expertise that you just don’t have and a complete view of the scene. The more you are prepared to hear and assimilate feedback, the faster and more your business can develop.

Shift The Thought from Doing To Being.

People especially entrepreneurs, are constantly doing things in order to have things: a new car, house, customers or whatever it is that will make them feel important and good about themselves. They believe that once they become millionaires and have accomplished something worthwhile, they cannot actually be significant. Backwards, though, that is. You have to be and dream like a millionaire first if you ever want to get a million dollars. Through doing so you can draw on the necessary resources.

It is not about doing anything in order to get anything or to be somebody. You’ve got to be someone first of all; somebody who has all she needs to take inspired action. To become a millionaire, you must be a millionaire who thinks like a millionaire, who has everything a millionaire has in order to take the inspired action that a millionaire takes.