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How To Create Success Faster

Published on 6/19/2019
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It is difficult to stick to your goals sometimes. The desire to eat healthy becomes overwhelmed by a desire to eat a burger and fries. Likewise, the urge to complete your to-do list takes a back seat to a weekend of kicking back. Goals are quickly put on the back burner, and the inspiration that was once strong dwindles rapidly.

It goes without saying we all have things that we intend to achieve. No matter what it is, getting in better shape, raising a family, writing a book, or growing a business our goals keep us inspired about the future. That’s why setting goals is fun—it’s exciting to think about how great it would be if you lost 20 pounds or quit your 9 to 5 to pursue a dream of a six or seven figure income.

Humans are hardwired to get excited about these things. The difficulty is sticking to your goals and turning them into reality.

Highly successful people utilize five habits that research reveals can have a direct impact on your ability to create your goals:

1. Positivity and optimism are the most important mindset when it comes to building health and wealth. 

It is a mental attitude that sees the good and the accomplishments in your life, rather than the negative and the failures. A positive attitude means positive thinking.  Optimism is a mental attitude reflecting a belief or hope that the outcome of a specific endeavor, or outcomes in general, will be positive, favorable, and desirable. Being optimistic, in the typical sense of the word, is expecting the best possible outcome from any given situation. It is optimism and maintaining a positive mindset. 

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2. Make fewer decisions.

What? Make fewer decisions? How can fewer decisions create more success? How many decisions do you make every single day? Hundreds? Thousands?

From the moment you wake up, your mind is making decisions: to press snooze or not, whether to look at your phone, whom to text first, which ensemble or socks to wear—the list goes on. Over the course of a year, those millions of decisions add up and result in decision fatigue, the point at which you’re so tired of decisions that you stop giving each decision the attention it deserves.

The University of Minnesota researcher, Kathleen D. Vohs led a great study to uncover the impact that decision-making has on us. Her research revealed that decision-making depletes the same resources used for self-control and active responding. In various studies, Vohs’ team found that making lots of choices resulted in less physical stamina, reduced persistence in the face of failure, more procrastination and a lowered ability to do arithmetic calculations. From this, Vohs concluded that by reducing the number of choices you have to make each day, you can limit the negative side effects of decision fatigue.

One easy adjustment could be eating the same breakfast every single day. Rather than debating whether you to have eggs, toast, bagels or tofu scramble, stick to one standard breakfast every morning and reduce the fatigue that comes from constant decision-making.

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3.  Make time for mindfulness:

What do Jack Dorsey, Richard Branson, Elon Musk, Oprah all have in common? Besides great success, each one practices yoga.

Yoga is one of the fastest growing trends in North America—and for good reason. Study after study demonstrates the benefits of yoga and its impact on health, both physical and mental. One study highlighted the impact of yoga on high-stress employees: Those who chose a yoga routine saw a reduction in perceived stress and an improvement in sleep quality.

4. Focus on one task at a time.

Having reviewed many résumés over the years. One thing that people often list under “strengths” that is an immediate red flag is the word 'multitasking'.

Multitasking is a dangerous habit that can cause more harm than good. A study conducted at Stanford University revealed that multitasking makes you less productive than you would be if you do a single task. Furthermore, the study revealed that individuals who multitask cannot pay attention, recall information or switch tasks as quickly and effectively as someone who finishes one task at a time.

5. Listen to upbeat music while working.  

The saying, “Drink some coffee, put on some gangsta rap, and handle it” showed up on mugs, T-shirts and across the internet. It turns out that this idea is supported by science as a great way to be productive.

In a study called "The Music of Power: Perceptual & Behavioral Consequences of Powerful Music," research revealed that high-power music makes people feel more empowered and in control. The study used a series of songs to find out how each kind of music made the participants feel, and it concluded that the background music you listen to can have a direct influence on your mood and that music with bass increased participants’ sense of power.

It’s not easy to adopt new habits. That’s why I challenge you to take one or two of these ideas and implement them in your life, rather than all five at once. If you can take just one of these habits and make it your own, it’s likely that you will begin to notice immediate changes and improvements in your life.

Be mindful of the habits you embrace and stay committed to achieving your goals. Success doesn’t transpire only because you decided on a goal. Success transpires because you wake up every single day, embrace a series of habits and take the small steps you need to turn your big dreams into realities.

“Times will change for the better when you change.” ~Maxwell Maltz 

I hope you enjoyed this article and learned from it. Change your life for the better.

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About Dr. Dorothy:

Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, Ph.D. Metaphysician, and International Best Selling Author is a recognized authority on bridging Science and Human Potential. Dr.Dorothy provides a protocol to discover and transform the root cause for issues and diagnoses. Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Deep Healing Transformation combines creating health while healing past mental, emotional, physical and sexual wounds. 

She offers a 20-minute FREE phone, Skype or Google Hangout conversation to answer questions and discuss how healing is possible. As a speaker, author, and trainer, Dr. Dorothy works with Individuals, Business Executives, and Entrepreneurs to instill an internal foundation of empowerment and upgrade their people skills (communication, problem-solving, decision making, negotiation, etc), performance, and quality of life.

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