5 pillars of life Success
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1. Have a Vision
Create a vision for yourself for the long-term future. The more clear your vision of health, happiness, and prosperity, the faster you move toward it and the faster it moves toward you. When you create a clear mental picture of where you are going in life, you become more positive, more motivated, and more determined to make it a reality. You trigger your natural creativity and come up with idea after idea to help make your vision come true.
2. Accept responsibility for your actions
Identify your favorite reasons and excuses for not committing wholeheartedly to your financial goals. Is there anyone or anything in your life that you are blaming for holding you back?
Whatever it might be, accept complete responsibility for your life and take action today!
3. Do What You Love to Do
When you are doing what you love to do, you seem to have a continuous flow of excitement, energy, and ideas to do what you do even better. Identify the type of work that you enjoy the most. What activities have been most responsible for your success in life to date? If you could do any job at all and be successful at it, what would you choose? Set it as a goal, make a plan, and begin moving in that direction today.
4. Read books , be a lifelong learner
Make a decision today to become a lifelong learner. You will be amazed at the effect that it has in your career. Lifelong learning can be a major factor in your becoming a self-made millionaire.
Select a subject that can really help you to be more productive and effective in your field. Set a goal to master this subject. Make it a “do-it-to yourself” project. Then, read on this subject every day. Listen to audio programs on the subject. Attend courses on the subject. Work on this project as if your future depends on it, because it does!
5. Spend after Saving , Don't save after spending
RESOLVE TODAY THAT you are going to save and invest at least 10 percent of your income throughout your working life. Take 10 percent of your income off the top of your paycheck each time you receive one and put it into a special account for financial accumulation.