10 Amazing Rules Of Success


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    1. 1. 10<br /> By Cherie Carter-Scott<br />Rules Of Success<br />
    2. 2. “If Success Is a Game, These Are the Rules.” New York Times bestselling author, Cherie Carter-Scott, presents ten rules for a fulfilling, meaningful, and satisfying life. These rules are easy to follow, practical, and, most of all, do not require you to have a million dollar in the bank to start. So, with this short introduction out of the way, here are the ten rules for a fulfilling life.<br />
    3. 3. Rule # 1 : Each Person Has His Own Definition of Success<br />We don't have to be a Donald Trump or an Oprah Winfrey to claim success. Cherrie Carter-<br />Scott believes that the "true essence of success, beneath the visible markers and goals, lies<br />in your own personal sense of satisfaction and fulfillment."<br />
    4. 4. What is your definition of success? Before you can achieve success, you need<br />to define what success means to you. Unless you have a clear vision of <br />what success is to you, you cannot work towards it.<br />
    5. 5. Rule # 2 : Wanting Success Is the First Step Toward Attaining It<br />Success begins with a dream. It is conceive in one's desire. This desire then turns into<br />an unbending intention that perseveres in the face of insurmountable odds.<br />
    6. 6. Get excited and enthusiastic about<br />you own dream. This excitement is<br />like a forest fire - you can smell it, <br />taste it, and see it from a mile away.<br />- Denis Waitley<br />
    7. 7. Rule # 3 : Self-Trust is Essential<br />"Self-trust is needed not only to guide you to your authentic path; it is needed to keep you there<br />when the road gets bumpy. It is needed when inner doubts arise along the way, when others <br />think you are "crazy" for wanting what you want or doing what you do, when you want to make<br />tough choices, and when you encounter trials and obstacles."<br />
    8. 8. Confidence comes not from<br />always being right but from<br />not fearing to be wrong. <br />~Peter T. Mcintyre<br />
    9. 9. Rule # 4 : Goals Are the Stepping-Stones on Your Path<br />Visions are general, broad, and long-term oriented that form as the framework for someone's<br />goals. Goals are objectives that are specific and measurable. To distinguish between a vision<br />and a goal, Cherie Carte-Scott uses several examples in her book. One of these examples is<br />the vision of getting in shape. To weigh 175 pounds, be firm and fit by June 15 is the goal.<br />
    10. 10. The process of <br />setting goals helps<br />you choose where <br />you want to go in <br />life. By knowing <br />precisely what you <br />want to achieve, you<br />know where you <br />have to concentrate<br />your efforts. <br />
    11. 11. Rule # 5 : Your Actions Affect Your Outcomes<br />Our world revolves around the principle of cause and effect, action and reaction, stimulus and<br />response, planting and reaping, etc. They are products of design and great effort. A person's<br />thoughts influence his actions. A person's actions are formed into his habits. A person's habits <br />are fashioned into his character. And a person's character determines his fate and destiny.<br />
    12. 12. In the real world there is no perfect <br />time to start. You have to take action<br />and deal with problems as they arise.<br />The best time to start was last year. <br />The second best time is right now.<br />
    13. 13. Rule # 6 : Opportunities Will Be Presented<br />Opportunities are forks in one's path. How we choose them determines, to a greater extent, our failure or success. Everyday, each one of us on this planet is presented with an opportunity. We must choose wisely, act fearlessly, and pursue each opportunity valiantly.<br />
    14. 14. “As fast as each opportunity presents<br />itself , use it! No matter how tiny an<br />opportunity it may be, use it!” ~Robert Collier <br />
    15. 15. Rule # 7 : Each Setback Provides Valuable Lessons<br />"The wise learns from his mistakes," so says an old proverb. Life is not a bed of roses. As one pursues success, wealth, and fame, setbacks are inevitable. Setbacks are not bad; they are good. Setbacks allow us to reexamine our mode of operation, thus, helping us to improve it, and making us better persons in the process.<br />
    16. 16. Admission of a mistake, even if only<br />privately to yourself, makes learning<br />possible by moving the focus away <br />from blame assignment and towards<br />understanding. Wise people admit <br />their mistakes easily. They know <br />progress accelerates when they do.<br />
    17. 17. Rule # 8 : Managing Your Resources Maximizes Your Efforts<br />In terms of time, each one is given exactly 24 hours per day to manage. In terms of abilities, each<br />one is given a certain ability to improve upon, and multiply. In terms of resources, the world is an <br />open opportunity to be explored. Majority of successful people were not born with silver spoons. <br />With their meager resources, they managed to multiply it by discipline and hard work.<br />
    18. 18. Anything that is wasted effort represents wasted time. The best management of <br />our time thus becomes linked inseparably with the best utilization of our efforts. - Ted W. Engstrom<br />
    19. 19. Rule # 9 : Every Level of Success Brings New Challenges<br />Rule # 9 reminds me our graduation exercises speaker twenty years ago when he said, "every <br />commencement ceremony is the closing of one door and the opening of another with its new set of <br />opportunity, frustration, and challenges." Looking back twenty years, I can undoubtedly say that the<br />man was right on the money. Whether poor or rich, there is an inherent challenge that comes with it.<br />
    20. 20. How you respond to the challenge in<br />the second half will determine what<br />you become after the game, whether<br />you are a winner or a loser. Lou Holtz<br />
    21. 21. Rule # 10 : Success Is a Process That Never Ends<br />I thought I am done; I am not. If there is one thing that needs to be recycled more often, success <br />must take pre-imminence. Not only because success begets success, but because success feels<br />good. It becomes addictive, which, by the way, is a good addiction.<br />
    22. 22. Most people give up and start to doubt themselves and their abilities during some part of their success processing and fail to reach their goals. If they would stay the course and continue to believe that they can achieve success they would move through the success process and ultimately reach their goals.<br />
    23. 23. In success, the sky is the limit. So dream it. Work on it with unbending zeal. Seize every opportunity. Learn from your mistakes. Trust yourself. And savor every bit of it along the way. Take action now!!!<br />
    24. 24. "When you are at your lowest, exercise<br />patience like the ladder; and step-by-<br />step you will make it to the top."<br />Thank You Very Much<br />Sompong Yusoontorn<br />
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