Jim Rohn Personal Development – Habits of Successful People




Willpower Launches You on Your Journey – Good Habits Help Ensure You’ll Arrive

When it comes to setting goals, we sometimes think if we could just develop a really strong sense of willpower, we would be able to achieve all our dreams. But willpower is like a rocket booster, it can only take you so far. At some point, good habits also have to be in place. But even good habits aren’t enough to get you to the finish line if, deep down, you do not truly believe you are capable – or worthy – of achieving success.

Are You Setting the Right Goals for Yourself?

There is a lot more to goal setting than just picking a goal and moving forward. While that is important, it’s also important to ensure that you are setting the right goals at the right time so that you can truly be successful. In order to ensure that you are setting the right goals for yourself, answer the following questions: Are You Setting Specific and Realistic Goals? It takes a little research to ensure that a goal is realistic.

Pick Just One Thing

If you start and stop a bazillion things, or just as bad, you never even start what’s on your agenda – try the just one thing experiment. The simple act of starting each day with the question, “What’s the most important thing I can do today?”, can help you lower your stress, get your real priorities done, and make you feel happier overall.

Are Your Limiting Beliefs Stopping You From Achieving Your Goals?

Everyone has conscious or subconscious ideas that can become limiting beliefs that stop us from achieving our goals if we let them. Sometimes these beliefs are instilled in us in childhood and sometimes we create them ourselves. An example of a limiting belief that can get in your way of success is how you see yourself with money.

Forget “Visioning” – Let’s Take Action Part 2

As I mentioned last time in the first of this three-part series on taking action, getting clear and accurate about what you want to achieve is critical and will only get you about 25% of the way along the path to success. The rest of the path involves actually doing what you have set out to do. This sounds easy enough, but we inevitably encounter barriers that stand between us and what lies ahead.

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