8 Characteristics to Winning in Life

Todd Stottlemyre Read, Thoughts 1 Comment

When setting new goals, here are 8 characteristics or behaviors that will help you achieve those lofty dreams. Sometimes it’s one of the eight that will make the biggest difference for you. Everyone is wired a little differently but success does leave clues and I believe if you can apply these 8 principles to any project, business, or goal you will find your way to success.

  • Desire

    My mentor once told me that when the pain of staying the same becomes greater than the pain of change, then you will change. You have to have the desire, in order for change to happen.

  • Commitment

    Doing what you said you were going to do long after the mood in which you said it, has left you.

  • Consistency

    A little bit each day adds up to a lot over time, the compound effect.

  • Sacrifice

    The sacrifice will come before the results. It has to be paid in full and upfront.

  • The Enemy

    Fighting the opinions of others. If you give in to what others believe, then you live what others achieve. Not Much!!!!!

  • Personal Development-

    Jim Rohn once said that working at your job will provide a living, working on yourself will provide a fortune. The more you become the more value you bring to the marketplace.

  • Take the Quit Option Off The Table

    This goes without saying. Quitters never win and winners never quit.

  • Dream Big

    Go big or go home, the world needs more big thinkers. Everything is possible, the Impossible just hasn’t been done yet.

To your success,
Todd Stottlemyre


Comments 1

  1. Until the pain of staying the same becomes greater than the pain of change, only then can you change.

    When you desire to change, your three old buddies lose their power over your life. Anger, frustration and disappointment !!

    When anger, frustration and disappointment have hastily called a meeting and said, “we best step aside on this one and look for someone who doesn’t have that kind of resolve.

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