Elements Of Personal Success
I am reclined in my Adirondack chair on the beach of my lake house with a cold beer in my hand and my wife an arm’s reach away. I can hear my kids zoom around the property on their dirtbikes. The sound of crickets chirping fills the air as the sky fades from blue to red and the sun slowly sinks below the horizon. Tomorrow consists of chatting with customers for eight hours and then coming home to my wife and kids. This is how I picture success—to me, being successful means enjoying my job and having enough time and money on the side to travel the world and continue my adrenaline- and action-filled life with my family. To other people, success holds a completely different meaning. Success is personal and is individually …show more content…
The first type contains the internal components, the characteristics that individuals must exhibit but are not explicitly shown. You can describe an individual as hard working, determined, persistent, confident, and can say that they followed their passions all, but you can’t witness it until they have expressed it.
Determination and persistence are very important factors in becoming successful. Being determined and persistent means not giving up. There are times when ideas do not succeed or do not go as planned and in order to be personally successful
Being unwavering is important to being successful.
Along with determination and persistence, confidence is important in being successful.
Confidence almost goes hand in hand with determination and persistence. If you are confident in yourself, then you will do what you can to accomplish whatever it is that needs to be accomplished.
If you doubt yourself, then there is no way that you are going to be able to achieve whatever it is you are looking for.
Along the way to success, there will be people and situations that doubt your ability to succeed or stint your progress and test the faith that you have in yourself.
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The first is simple, just talk to people. Striking a conversation with strangers may seem intimidating, but it really isn’t so bad once you get the conversation going. The first step in establishing a relationship is initiating, so in order to acquire social capital, talking is essential. Talking also allows you to learn about the other person and Put yourself in other people’s shoes means to think about how the other person perceives you and approach them and talk to them based off of the background that they have of you. Don’t mass produce a sales pitch to people, but rather talk to them as an individual. If the individual knows you, then the conversation can be a little more personal than if it was someone that you just met. The third tip, “don’t be worried” simply means have confidence in what you do and what you say. If you believe in what you are saying, then the other person will have the perception that you are knowledgeable and will likely think the same