1. Take full responsibility of their life:
Being not responsible may be easy and more comfortable.
It’s easier to put the blame for all your problems on someone else. But then eventually you will have to pay the price. When you are not responsible you give away your power.
“A sign of wisdom and maturity is when you come to terms with the realization that your decisions cause your rewards and consequences. You are responsible for your life, and your ultimate success depends on the choices you make.” – Denis Waitley
Hence Successful people have this quality. They take full responsibility of their life and all outcomes of their decisions and choices.
“In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
2. Know their priority first hand:
“No one is busy in this world. It’s all about priorities.”
The next time you say you’re busy, pause and think about it.
If you truly value anything, you will find time for it. It can be anything like relationships, friendships or work related.
“Action expresses priorities.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Truly successful people have this Quality of knowing what comes first.
“Good things happen when you get your priorities straight.” – Scott Caan
3. Create own morning routine:
At the most basic level, morning routine helps you to overcome procrastination, be more productive and set you up for success each day.
“By creating and following a morning routine, your stress, depression, and anxiety levels will start to decrease and your life satisfaction levels will begin to increase.”
Morning routines make you feel more energetic and sorted.
By simply having a morning routine, you can transform your life, faster than you ever thought possible.
4. Great listeners:
“Listen more, talk less and be decisive when the time comes.” – Satya Nadella
We have two ears and one mouth so we can listen twice as much as we speak.
All successful people are great listeners.
“Don’t surround yourself with the toxicity and negativity of the individuals who don’t add value to your life.”
“Reduce the amount of time you waste, be more organized, and get rid of the “mental clutter” that distracts you.”
“Read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest. All of you can do it, but I guarantee not many of you will do it.”