3 Critical Success Factors
If you’re like most people…
When you first set a goal it’s pretty easy to stay on track, right?
You’ve got a plan…you’re working the plan and your motivation is strong…
As time goes on however, suddenly you can lose steam and get off-track…
To develop the momentum and stamina required to achieve your goals, there are 3 Critical Success Factors to *all* success in business and life.
And when you use these 3 Critical Success Factors as your *base* with anything you strive for– then success will come knocking…
Here’s All 3…
It is absolutely crucial that you believe in yourself, and in what you’re doing.
Now, this is easy at the beginning because you’re focused on what you stand to gain from achieving your goal.
As time goes on, you may gradually forget how excited you were and start to lose that inner fire.
To avoid this possibility – keep your vision strong and clear in your mind. Even write it out in full detail, or create a visual reminder of images that represent your goals.
Revisit these reminders frequently. Every day if you can.
2) Self Confidence.
Your confidence may be strong at the start but it can quickly fade when you encounter obstacles or setbacks.
If this happens – remember that you once believed you had the ability to achieve your goal.
So REMIND yourself of why you felt that way.
In fact it’s very helpful to write these reasons down when you first set your goal, and then keep reading them back to yourself when you feel your confidence starting to wane…
Remind yourself that obstacles and setbacks are temporary, but a solid belief in yourself is enough to propel you through them.
Staying motivated can be a HUGE challenge, especially once the newness and excitement of your goals have worn off and it’s beginning to feel like “work.”
Here’s the thing:
Nine times out of Ten, motivation requires a simple ’decision’ to stay optimistic and inspired.
If your goal is truly important to you – then you’ll find ways to keep your motivation high.
Talk to other successful people who have demonstrated tenacity and gone on to achieve much.
The more you pump yourself up, the stronger your motivation will stay. (DJS)