1. Little Red Engine
Do you remember the story of the caboose that was desperately trying
to make it over a very large hill? He kept telling himself repeatedly, “I
think I can, I think I can.” When you start feeling overwhelmed or
defeated, tell yourself aloud these same words. While it may seem a
little awkward at first, stand in front of a mirror and tell yourself, “I
think I can, I think I can.” You might even change the words to, “I
know I can!”
2. Be Proactive
While it may take time to learn how to identify ways to avoid obstacles
or failures, get into the habit of tackling problems before they arise.
This will help you avoid wasting precious time on your road to success.
3. Stay Motivated
When striving for the big goal of success, it is critical to stay motivated.
Find inspiring and motivational tapes, seminars, books, movies;
whatever you are able to get your hands on. When you start to feel a
little down and out and doubt starts to creep in, turn to these
motivational tools to help you keep on track. A few excellent motivators
include Tony Robbins, Norman Vincent Peale, Jim Rohn, Zig Ziglar, and
4. Give Yourself a Break
While being determined is important, do not be so hard on yourself that
you become critical of every move you make. Give yourself some room
to make mistakes and be flexible with you. That does not mean you can
miss goals but it does mean that if you do, you find out how to avoid
that from happening again and then get back to business.
5. Be Passionate
Fall in love with what your success. Okay, although that sounds funny,
you need to have an intimate passion with your interest. You can do
this regardless of what your success is. By having passion for what you
are doing and driving toward, you will automatically put more effort into
it. Passion is a good thing as long as it does not become an obsession. So, you must be careful in this. If you want to have some more tips, you should read another article of me: