Monday, November 9, 2015

Haves and Have-Nots, How to Decide Your Business Career Success





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Haves and Have-Nots, How to Decide Your Business Career Success


Meet two kinds of people - the "Haves" and "Have Nots" - and the one decision that separates them.


People who fail to make the grade financially are seldom honest enough to admit that they really didn't try and keep trying. So in order to justify their failure or mediocre lives, they dream up and pass along these excuses.


I've discovered that the only difference between the people who earn big incomes and those who earn small incomes is that those earning big incomes decided to earn more.


The moment you decide to go after wealth, success, or anything you desire in life, that is when you will start thinking about ways to accomplish it.


Success is available to everyone who commits to being successful.


Try these steps:


1. Start getting up a little earlier than you're accustomed to.


This gives you extra time that 95 percent of the people in this world are not using at all. One hour earlier a day gives you six extra 40-hour weeks a year. During this extra hour, take a refreshing shower, dress, get yourself a fresh, hot cup of coffee or tea, and then sit down to a clean sheet of paper.


2. Decide what you want in life.


More wealth? Success? Happiness? More time with your family? At the top of the paper write down your goals. For example, let's say you write down the amount of money per year that you intend to earn soon. That's your financial goal. You don't have to tell anyone. It's nobody's business but yours.


3. Start to think.


Think about your goal and what it will mean to you and your family. See how many ideas you can come up with to help you reach that goal. Ideas to improve what you now do for a living. Ways of increasing your contribution to match your income goal.


4. Try for five ideas every morning.


Write them down and save those sheets of paper in a special "ideas" file. Focus on ideas within your line of work or expertise or area that you are most interested in. To think well and profitably, you must discipline your thinking. Keep your thoughts on course, controlled, and focused. Many or perhaps most of your ideas will prove fruitless. But some of them will be very good. A few will be excellent. And every once in a while you'll come up with something truly outstanding.


5. Develop a sense of expectancy.


That is, try to hold the feeling that the goal you're shooting for is a sure thing and that it's only a matter of time before it's realized. Henry Ford didn't start making cars until he was 45. A friend of mine started a new company at 65. He's still going strong, and his new company has sales of better than $300 million a year. It's never too late.


6. Change your attitude.


Attitude has been called the most important word in the language. Begin now to act the part of the person you most want to become. And you will end up becoming that person.


"Before you can do something, you first have to be something." - Goethe


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There are two kinds of people: the Haves and the Have-Nots.


The Have-Nots complain, criticize, make excuses, and think only in alibis - a way for the them to justify their failure or mediocre lives.


Learn the secrets to a successful life among the Haves and leave the Have Nots to their own.


Visit http://bitly.com/2wayssolveproblems for your no-charge PDF and two audio chapters.

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