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l8 THINGSREMARKABLY SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE DO
Y THEY DO NOT CREATE
Total commitment - without a safety net
aYou will work harder & a lot longer if your primary plan simply has to
work because there is no other option.
THEY AVOID THE
CROWDS M MMMMM
Of successful people take the road
“There is no trafﬁc in that extra mile.”
LTHEY START AT THE END
Average success is often based on setting average goals.
They never start small where goals are concerned.
| AIM FOR THE ULTIMATEDecide what you really want: to be the best, the
fastest, the cheapest, the biggest, whatever.
THEY DO THE WORK
G You can be good with little effort.
You can be really good with little more effort.
You can’t be great -- at anything -- unless you put
incredible amount of focused effort.
... AND THEY WORK A LOT MORE
7E F G
Sheryl Sandberg “I leave everyday at 5:30” stories .
I bet she does. But she’s not you.
they want to put in lots of time
They work lot more than an average person -- a lot more.
... AND THEY DON’T STOP THERE
E They don’t just try to win just one race.
They expect and plan to win a number of subsequent races.
A single product is a starting of a company, not the
whole company.” - Author UnknownB
Keep in mind selling isn’t manipulating, pressuring, or cajoling.
Selling is explaining the logic and beneﬁts of a decision or position.
You just need to communicate.
THEY ARE NEVER TOO PROUD
They say they are
They admit they made a mistake.
To have big dreams. To admit they share their success to
others. To poke fun at themselves. To ask for help.
To fail. And to try again.
THE SURE WAY TO MISS SUCCESS IS TO MISS THE OPPORTUNITY.
Credits: Excerpt from the article “8 Things Remarkably Successful People do” by Jeffrey James at Inc.com Infographic Created by: Umakant Jani