A few signs that you are going to be remarkably successful
It is not very hard to be successful but it is pretty hard to be extraordinarily successful. We all hope to achieve exceptional success though this can be defined differently varying from person to person. It's sad to say that there is no shortcut for this. There is no one-thing-does-it-all guidance. But, there are certain qualities that incredibly successful people share (especially those who have an impact on other's lives).
You start to find happiness in the success
The most talented members of a business team are willing to sacrifice to make others happy which in turn brings success to the business. Good teams are made up of employees who are willing to help ones another, know their parts, value team success over everything else and set aside personal goals. This kind of attitude begins with you and when asked if your happiness comes from the success of others, you answer with a resounding 'Yes'.
You always seek new experiences
The act of getting bored and throwing yourself into new pursuits or activities is most likely linked to gambling, drug abuse, attention to deficit disorder and leaping out of an aeroplane which is perfectly fine without a parachute. According to researchers, Novelty seeking is one of the attributes that keeps you healthy and happy and brings forth personality growth as you grow older. If you combine adventurousness and curiosity with persistence and a sense that it's not all about you, then you get the creativity that benefits society as a whole. So go ahead, grasp you inner novelty seeker and see yourself become healthier, have more friends around and in general, be satisfied with life.
You stop trying to think about the work-life balance, you just think about 'life'
Exceptionally successful people find ways to include their family instead of finding ways to exclude work. You start finding ways to include interests, hobbies, passions, and personal values in your daily business life. If you aren't able to do it - you are not living, you are just working.
You become more and more empathetic
Your business or profession is based on fulfilling an existing need or solving an issue unless you create something unique, which is pretty hard nowadays. This feat can only be accomplished if you will be able to put yourself in another person's shoes. If you are able to do that, you are pretty much close to being a very successful businessman. In addition to that, you will start regularly putting yourself in the shoes of your employees.
Success isn't a line trending upwards. Success is a circle, because no matter how high your business--and your ego--soars, success still comes back to your employees.
You start having the desire to prove yourself
Proving other people wrong is a great motivator for most of the people out there. But, to incredibly successful people, well, they are driven by something deeper and more personal. True drive, commitment, and dedication spring from a desire to prove something to the most important person of all.
You start seeing money as a responsibility rather than reward
Extraordinarily successful people don't see their money as a personal reward. They see money as a way to develop a business further, reward their employees and develop them, as well as give back to the community. Most importantly, they do it without fanfare, because a true reward is always an act, not the recognition.
You never think that you are special
In this world of social networks and media, everyone can be their own advertising agent. It's pretty easy these days to blow their own horn and bask in the light of their insight and accomplishments. Successful people don't brag at all. They come to accept that their success is based on their ambition, persistence and execution. They also recognise that key guidance received from mentors, outstanding employees and a huge dose of prosperity played a part.
You start realizing that success is short-lived, but dignity and respect last forever
Providing employees with higher pay, better benefits, and greater opportunities are certainly important. But no level of pay and benefits can overcome damage to morale and self-respect. The most important thing successful people provide their employees, customers, vendors basically everyone they meet is dignity. If you are doing this consider yourself successful as dignity is very important, protect it.
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