7 things to tell yourself each and every day

7 things to tell yourself each and every day

I’ve often spoken and written about how those of us wanting more happiness in our lives can learn from those who’ve achieved success.

In fact what could define success more than real and meaningful happiness?

Accordingly, although not directly focusing on happiness I’ve often shared articles referring to success tips and today is along those lines. But although it’s ostensibly “business” or “success” focused, and doesn’t really mention happiness or life satisfaction, I’ve no doubt there’s much we can all learn from this great article …

via Inc.com by Nicolas Cole

Successful people tend to have very positive inner dialogues.

They know how to nurture their own personal growth. They believe they can do whatever it is they set their mind to. But most of all, they believe in themselves.

If you look at the differences between those who achieve their goals and those who fail, what you’ll usually find is a lack of self belief. Those who fail tend to plan for failure.

There is something to be said about the relationship you have with yourself–and the way you encourage (or discourage) your actions. If you are overly critical every step of the way, chances are, you’re going to lose your motivation to keep trying.

The key is to be patient, positive, and understanding of the process.

Over the years, I have interviewed hundreds of CEOs, executives, serial entrepreneurs, and successful individuals–for written content, and also my own learning. And I have found, time and time again, that successful people all tell themselves these 7 things on a daily basis:

1. “I will figure it out.”

People who succeed don’t plan for failure.

Instead, they plan for obstacles. They know there will be challenges. They know they will need to find their own solutions. So, instead of planning on dealing with defeat, they master skill sets that prepare them for the worst.

They tell themselves, over and over again, “I will figure it out. No matter what.”

And they do…

…keep reading the full & original article HERE