Reference-and-Education Almost everyone wishes to succeed in today’s race for success because one’s survival almost depends upon what one is able to attain. Many, however, take a haphazard route to success and what they wish never .es their way. Success will .e one’s way on a regular basis only if one approaches it in a systematic and consistent way. This is essential because random success does not carry one very far just as random waves do not always bring a sinking man to the shore. The best approach to invite success is to sit back and take stock of one’s life. First of all, assess those areas in which one needs success for not everyone needs success in every area of life. An author does not need success in music, and a musician does not need attainment in sports. Nobody needs everything that looks like or that seems to promise success. Note down the general aim of your life and the general areas in which you need success to propel you towards your general aim. If you wish to be an author, you need success in publishing your writings. Everything else is secondary. Jot down all those general areas in which you need success. Once you identify the general areas in which you need success, eliminate all those in this list that are not urgent or essential, for you can handle those things at a later stage. Once you narrow down the list to six or fewer areas in which you need success, choose the three most important ones out of them. These are the areas which you need to start with. Once you succeed with them, you will go on to the next areas in the list. Once you identify the three most important areas where you need immediate success, note down at least five to ten things that hinder you from successful. For example, if your most important goal is to get a breakthrough in getting your articles published, you might also discover that you are unable to succeed because of one more more of the following reasons: inability to stick to a time-table, spelling mistakes, lack of information in the area in which you wish to write, dull language, etc. Once you identify the weaknesses, you are already onto the way of success because it is ignorance that keeps many people below their level of attainment. Once you identify the areas of weakness, write down the order in which you need to over.e them. For example if self-discipline in writing as well as spelling mistakes are two most important areas, then work on self-discipline first. Without it you will neither be able to over.e the problem of spelling-mistake, nor the problem of timely writing. Give yourself 21 days to over.e the first weakness. I say 21 days because most researches have shown that if something is done continually for 21 days, it begins to settle into one’s life and system as a habit. So if discipline is your problem, decide that for the next 21 days you are going to write for 30 minutes a day, .e what may. Find the best time for it and stick to it. Do now worry about what you write, nor about whether it will get published. The aim is not to write articles worth getting published, but to get your life organized and disciplined. Once the first 21 days are over, devote the next 21 days to continue with the first project but also add spelling into the project. Buy a good book that teaches you spelling and how to avoid .mon mistakes. By the time the 42nd day (the 6th week)  is over you will notice a change in your whole life and approach. Continue now to the next goal, and so on. Success .es initially in small lumps. If you ignore them, the larger things will simply escape you. However, the moment you learn to pick up the smaller bits, you will find yourself picking up the larger ones without a correspondingly larger effort. Keep working on your life. Rome was not built in a day. So is success in your life. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: