10 lessons from highly successful people we can all utilise in our own lives!

10 lessons from highly successful people we can all utilise in our own lives!

One of the best ways to enjoy more happiness and success is to learn from people who're already happy and successful. 

It goes without saying that we need to personalise and individualise strategies but the general "rules" of happiness and success are the same for all of us. 

So check our what these amazing people are doing to ensure they live extraordinary lives and then work out what you need to do to boost your own happiness and success in live…

by Liane Loroya from LifeHack

You know what makes highly successful people less stressed, happier and more productive? They know that their personal priorities are worth more than other people’s priorities. Upon waking up, these significantly successful professionals don’t immediately check their email – they make it a point to claim the early hours of the day as their “me” time.

After all, these extraordinary people believe that if their priority needs to be done, then it has to be done first.

What do highly successful entrepreneurs and executives do upon waking up in the morning? Here are ten of them:

1. Indra Nooyi (PepsiCO CEO): Wake up really early

Surely you know that time is an invaluable asset. Highly successful people take it up a notch by waking up at 5:30 am, 4:30 am and even 4:00 am. Not only will they have more control in their early hours, they’ll also have more opportunities to do things that matter to them.

Start with waking up 15 minutes earlier than your usual time. Then, gradually adjust.

2. Ursula Burns (Xerox CEO): Burn your calories

We don’t mean just the intense exercise regimen – you can simply do yoga, like Christies CEO Steve Murphy does. Exercise will not just make you think clearer, be healthier and scientifically happier, it allows you to combat stress as well.

Make time for exercise. An hour-long routine seems too daunting, so try running, dancing or even walking around the neighborhood for at least ten minutes.

3. Tony Robbins (motivational speaker): Do an “Hour of Power”

Motivation doesn’t last forever, so you need to replenish yours regularly. Highly successful people know this, so they dedicate ample time to increase their supply. You’re more likely to continue accomplishing a task once you’re emotionally invested in it, right?

Spend thirty minutes listening to inspirational anecdotes and empowering quotes…

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