Ask successful people how they achieved their success and you'll hear words like "hard work," "sacrifice," and "persistence."
Dig a little deeper and you'll find some other common attitudes and habits, like these:
1. They know their success was only inevitable in hindsight.
Read stories of successful entrepreneurs and it's easy to think they have some intangible entrepreneurial something--ideas, talent, drive, skills, creativity, whatever--that you don't have.
Wrong. Success is inevitable only in hindsight. It's easy to look back on an entrepreneurial path to greatness and assume that every vision was clear, every plan was perfect, every step was executed flawlessly, and tremendous success was a foregone conclusion.
It wasn't. Success is never assured. Only in hindsight does it appear that way.
If you're willing to work hard and persevere, who you are is more than enough. Don't measure yourself against other people.
Pick a goal and measure yourself against that goal--that is the only comparison that matters.Read more