Monthly Archives: July 2020

Talk with Tom: Episode #77 | TwT Motivational Minute: Leave Your Excuses Behind

 

100% Responsibility

Tom gives us the cornerstone to build one’s success on: no excuses.

Tom also gives us the “real power question” to ask for success in your future.


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5 Habits of Successful People

 

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Life Area: Personal   |  Topic: Success Habits

5 Habits of Successful People

 

The most successful people in the world did not arrive there by accident. Truly successful people, whether they are millionaires or have just found their true life purpose and get to enjoy living it every day, are in that position for a specific reason: their habits.

 

You can work, and work, and work at becoming successful until you are completely burned out. But if you don’t develop the specific daily habits of successful people, it’s unlikely you’ll ever get there.

 

I’m going to share five of these successful habits Jack Canfield suggests, and I hope you’ll consider integrating them into your life.

 

1) Successful People Believe in Themselves

If you’re going to be successful to create the life you want, you have to believe that you are capable of making it happen. Believing in yourself is a choice.

 

Of the hundreds of super successful people Jack has interviewed throughout his career, almost every one of them told him, “I was not the most gifted or talented person in my field, but I chose to believe anything was possible. I studied, practiced, and worked harder than the others, and that’s how I got to where I am.”

 

Successful people assume in favor of themselves and act as if achieving their goals is completely possible.

 

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