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Creating A Super Achiever

Jul 22, 2008
We all come from a wide and diverse range of backgrounds. People have different upbringing, education, goals, belief systems and views about things around them. These individual differences are what make different people incapable of achieving similar levels of productivity. Success could be considered a relative measure; therefore, what different individuals define as success is not the same in one person as it is in the next. We all set different goals for ourselves and everyone defines success in his or her own terms. This difference in success between people is of interest because understanding how certain people achieved way beyond the average person is the key to learning what makes these individuals super achievers. For example, if a billionaire shares their secrets with a wannabe it could potentially have an amazing effect upon that person.

There are many people out there who are working too hard with life seemingly working against their favor. Many more whose goals are simply to get out of debt before another year passes, but who find that the debt remains and the years end and another year comes, the goal remains a goal.

Start out by studying the super achievers and you will see there are several realizations that you will make when you examine the billionaires secrets.

Doing the same things and expecting different results is insanity. As people develop their comfort zones, then aversion to change becomes a natural behavior. You need to accept that if your job has you doing the same routine daily, then this tends to dull innovation and creativity and reduces your desire to achieve more. To fire people up and help them get out of this pit, this one sentence can be the necessary shock to awaken those sleeping nerves.

Youre smart so why arent you rich? Well this might seem somewhat rude in a sense, but there are a number of people out there who seem to think they know it all. They will shout down every suggestion that you present them with, convincing you that your ideas are worthless. But take a step back and seriously evaluate these nay-sayers successes. Then decide whether you want to believe them or believe in yourself! If you have been spending too much time listening to others who dont have a penny in their pockets, then its time you got smart. A lot of billionaires bios tell us that at some point in their early life, some angel or a seer told them that you will be rich someday. Smart people should be rich, and you know you are smart. So give yourself the necessary motivation, in the absence of a guardian angel remind yourself that you are smart. Set your goal to succeed and then go for it, dont let others unnecessarily sway you. The reality is that you have to believe in yourself and this
is how you can make things happen.

Here are a few tips to help you get started:

o Increase your desire to succeed. Just like eating, an increased appetite makes one gain weight faster. Limiting your dreams is like going on a dream diet. When you put a limit on the dreams you shape for yourself, then you only go after the dreams that you are allowed. This dream diet is the surest way to get bogged down in the daily grind and ensure that you never succeed, because you never get the energy to try. Dreaming is free, why go on a diet.

o Getting what is desired may not happen, but that does not mean you have failed. Many successful people will tell you that when what they longed for did not come, something else came, and that made them rich. Getting up the ladder of success is a matter of translating goals into specific objectives. It is also a matter of identifying opportunities and being open to possibilities. Set yourself manageable objectives to achieve your goals, then be open to the possibilities that life brings you. Setting goals that are manageable and expressed in very concrete terms increases your likelihood of achievement. Breaking goals down into daily, weekly, monthly or longer term timeframes allows you to monitor how well you have progressed toward your goals.

o Prepare your own strategic plan. If you were a corporate employee, you would in all likelihood have heard the term strategic planning, right? Well your biggest mistake would be to allow anothers corporate master plan dominate your life. Remember you have your own life, and no matter how good well you do in the service of your employer, unless fortune strikes you and suddenly find you wake up owning the majority of your companys stocks, you need to take responsibility for your success on a personal level. Prepare your own personal master plan, hold yourself accountable for your dreams and ambitions, and set in place the measures that guide you towards achieving that goal.

There is much that can be learnt by studying how and why successful people have achieved their personal goals and ambitions. You know better than anyone what is right for you. Make your ambitions a reality through structured planning, self motivation and belief and setting success on your own terms. In the end your life is yours to live, so start planning for success and you will be sure to have lived the life you want, not the one that someone else would map out for you.
About the Author
Deep Arora is an Internet marketer with over 7 years of online experience and he teaches internet marketing from his blog at http://www.HowIDid.com. Check out his blog for some amazing techniques today.
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