We all want to be successful, but rarely who really understands what being successful means.
Success is not something you achieve, it’s rather a mindset you achieve through. There is a big difference between these.
If success is something you achieve, something you will do whatever it takes to reach, it means it’s a destination. However, that’s called a goal or a dream.
Being a mindset you achieve through, success enables you to achieve as many goals and dreams as you want.
It’s like a vehicle you use to get somewhere, and this vehicle can be tweaked and improved to give you better and faster results. Here are some of the most powerful tricks!
The 5 Most Effective Tricks To Become More Successful:
1. Invest more energy in the things that give you most results.
It might sound simple, and you might think that you are already implementing this trick, but you are not.
Most of us gain 80% of our results by the 20% of the work we do. This means that 80% of the work you do is more or less a waste of time.
Try to analyze the amount of work you do that’s pointless, see what kind of work gives you most results and create a list of tasks that are complete waste of time.
The tasks that are a waste of time, remove them or automatize them. The work that gives you small amount of results but needs to be done, delegate it.
The rest of the work that gives 80% of your results, even if it’s just 1 hour per day, go all in on it. Invest more energy in this type of work. See if you can do more of it.
2. Do less.
Most of us think that really successful people do a lot of things all the time. We think they have every second of their day planned out. But this mindset is not a success mindset.
Successful people do more of the work that inspires them. They don’t do something just so they can feel productive and successful. That’s an ego driven desire.
When they are inspired to do something, successful people can become obsessed with the project, they can work their whole day, and their whole night, and their whole day again.
But these projects are rare. Successful people know that most of the time, doing less, is doing more.
If you rest, take care of yourself, eat healthy and energize, when the time comes for you to work you will be most productive in the least amount of time.
3. Create a detailed plan.
When you play darts you know where you should aim and where you want to throw the dart, you know what number you want to score that will bring you closer to victory.
If you just throw the darts anywhere, you would most likely get a random score and lose to your opponent.
The point of this analogy is that you need to know where you want to get, you need to know where you want aim, you need to know where you should take the next step.
If you have a vague idea about what success means for you, you won’t be able to know where you should aim, what goals you should tackle, what your next step should be.
Having a detailed idea about what success means for you enables you to reverse engineer a detailed plan. Having a detailed plan means you know your next step.
4. Get in mentoring circles.
The biggest lie we tell ourselves is that we don’t need other people. We think this is independency. But it’s not.
Real independency means you don’t depend on other people even though you know that nobody can survive without other people. It makes a big difference.
The 5 people you surround yourself with, you become like them. You can’t help this process, if you really connect with your close friends you will become a mix of them.
So if you cannot change this law, you can use it in your favor. Surround yourself with people who are more successful than you. There are mentoring circles you can get in.
These circles usually ask for money to get in, but this is probably the best investment you can make. Paying money filters people who get in, and the information inside is priceless.
5. Release inner blockages.
Whatever you do, if you have inner blockages for success, ceilings that don’t let you reach your goals, you will find ways to sabotage yourself.
You will reach some of your goals, and the moment you hit an inner block you will revert into destructive habits.
You will miss on work, you will over spend finances, you will gamble with high risk investments, or you will create problems that do not exist.
These inner blockages are psychological defensive mechanism that protect us from success we think we don’t deserve or can’t handle.
That’s why before trying to get anywhere you need to dive deep into yourself and find the amount of success you believe you deserve. See if you can deserve more than you think.