Research indicates that the human brain is most productive two and a half to four hours after waking. Some simple habits can align someone for success. Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” A habit is a regular tendency or practice.
Robert Iger, CEO of Disney, claims to rise every day at 4:30am. Anna Wintour, Editor-in-chief of Vogue, commits to playing tennis daily. India’s fourth richest billionaire is a marathon runner. An active body equals and active mind. Successful people do not stay in bed until noon on weekends. They get up and get a head start on the day every day, including weekends.
Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, said, “Its fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” Always take an opportunity to reflect on failure and success, it is a good way to separate the effects of good and bad situations.
Richard Branson, billionaire entrepreneur, says, “The best way of learning about anything is by doing” and “If you’re hurt, lick your wounds, get up again. If you’ve given your absolute best, it’s time to move forward”.
When it is all said and done, all the self-help books and articles, the bottom line seems to be summed up quite nicely in a Forbes article that said the following “(1) Do something. Just stop sitting around and take action. Every minute you are sitting around checking Facebook, you’re not taking action getting you closer to you dreams and (2) Plan what you’re taking action about. Do not just take action willy-nilly. Actually, have a plan. Think things through. Do one thing in the right order before you need to do the next thing in order to get where you want to go."
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