What makes a person successful? In my series of articles on Steps To Success, I have written about the keys to achieving success.
Motivate Yourself to Success
MOTIVATE YOURSELF TO SUCCESS
“Motivation supplies you with the courage to look at yourself in the mirror and realize that you can achieve more than you have. It drives you to be better than you ever have before, propelling you to great heights of success.”
I outlined the benefits of having “Up-Front” relationships between managers and employees. The starting point to this type of open and productive relationship is a clearly written Up-Front Agreement.
“The key principle to understand in changing employees’ behavior is that you can’t change it for them; they must change it themselves.”
Five Steps to Success
“Success is actually completely logical and predictable. This is because success is a natural result of certain actions.”
Make Your Dreams Come True
“The key to success is being smart; it means having S.M.A.R.T goals.”
If you’re like most people, at the beginning of the year you probably…
Set Goals – or Established Objectives – or Made New Year Resolution.
I have given you the first five keys to your success: Focus, que, Teamwork, Urgency, and Recommit. The first key, Focus, is what keeps you on track toward your goal. The second key, Unique, describes the unique talents that each person has that help us obtain our goals. The third and fourth keys, Teamwork and Urgency, enable you, with the help of your team, to achieve your goal and keep you moving toward your goal, respectively. The fifth key to your success is to recommit every day to your goals as consistent daily commitment is essential to your ultimate success. The sixth key to your future is Enthusiasm.
Do It Now
I have outlined and discussed the first three Keys to Your Future: Focus, Unique and mwork. To recap, focus is what keeps you on track to your goals for success.
What kind of customers do you want? How do you want your customers to feel toward you and your product? If you are like most people, your response is probably “satisfied.” We want our customers to be satisfied for having done business with us.
Supercharge your Goals – Part 2
In last month’s column, I described the first four keys to supercharge your goals.