Let’s assume success is an inside-out proposition that begins in the mind. (It is and does.)
Let’s assume you want greater success in business. (You do.)
Let’s assume you are aware of, understand and buy into modeling as a highly-effective technique for transforming unsuccessful habits into successful ones. (You are and it does.)
If you want to transform your business life and create continued success take a gander at success as a habit.
Success can and must be habituated is not your usual rallying cry in today’s success literature. Developing a habit often tastes dry and tart like a red wine full of tannins without the right combination of cheeses.
However, underneath all the ‘pulling a rabbit from a hat’ hype about success which is toggled back and forth as ‘presto-chango’ magic by today’s success gurus, there’s a need for consistent focus and action.
Yes, both focus and action. Not one or the other. BOTH. Focus AND action consistently enacted equals success.
There are two modeling techniques that develop successful habits quickly. Quickly is often defined as a length of time between 21 days and 180 days. The time it takes depends on how much resistance you have to change (in the particular) and how often and how well you practice the techniques.
2. Listening to, observing and modeling others.
Here’s an example of #1: if you procrastinate — practice self-hypnosis on motivation. Here’s an example of #2: if you want to learn how to give a great speech listen to and observe a great speaker (there are many).
Success is a habit. To create a new habit that is successful use any technique that lets you see it, hear it and feel it in your own mind. Finally, do it. Repeat until a new habit is formed.
You’ll be successful soon.
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