Thursday, 3 August 2017

The most common yet overlooked way to achieve success faster

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Being committed to big goals is hard.
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When it comes to making the first step towards the desired destination, people often have hard time staying determined and consistent.

And it’s no wonder why...

Putting the hard work aside is the common facet of human’s nature.

We all are desperately bad at committing to the activities that require significant effort, time, and talent. We can hardly fight procrastination and get work done. We are more likely to settle  for less than doing something that’s far outside our comfort zone.

People are willing to achieve major wins. However, they appear to be nonchalant when it comes to taking action.




Ultimately, people rarely achieve the things they want to accomplish. Because, once again, committing ourselves to big goals is hard …

When the bottom line is not visible and the scope of the project is difficult to estimate, the desire to take action gradually diminishes. Meanwhile, the severe procrastination comes into play.

The bad news is that procrastination is impossible to avoid.

The good news is that you can experience a breakthrough and attain your goals faster if you adopt a new mindset.

Embrace the truth. You can achieve anything you place your mind on. The only obstacles on your way to success are your laziness, fear/doubts, and the lack of discipline. And last but not least is your propensity to put the things off.

Each time you postpone the beginning of the journey, you automatically postpone the arrival to the desired destination. No doubt, you might still arrive at it one day. However, it’s going to happen late. Put another way, by putting the realization of your dreams off for “someday”, you deliberately make the journey last longer.

In anyway, the secret to achieving your goals and enjoy the outcomes of your fruitful work faster is ridiculously simple: start now.

Simple, right?

However, this might not sound convincing enough. “Start now” it's not something that can break your habit of procrastinating and make you get going on the projects you’ve been putting off over the last few years.

This is true … until you go deeper and observe this rule from a different view.

Anything worth doing is going to be neither easy nor fast.

If you aim big, be ready to act big as well.

Every ambitious goal is going to take time. It will require sleepless nights, a number of attempts, and appalling failures. You’ll have to deal with frustration, critiques, and the strong desire to quit … You’ll have to put more effort and spend more time to take your accomplishments to the next level.




After all, it’s all about the hard work. And, it appears this is the only key to success.


There is no alternative for hard work, so stop looking for one.

However, the point is that your goals are not likely to become easier to achieve if you decide to get back to them later.

Don’t try to convince yourself that your ideas are going to become more feasible one day because the different factors that influence your success will likely become more favorable.

Stop looking for the perfect moment. The best time is now, instead make this moment perfect.

No one requires you to master the difficult skills and become a champion over night. You can take your time to gather the pace. You can take your time to approach the desired goals with the baby steps.

It’s okay to be slow. Slow is better than static.

After all, the only thing you should be concerned about is a consistent headway.

The slow progress is better than the no progress. 

No matter what goal you pursue, everything starts with the small step — the bold decision to start.

What is your number 1 goal today?

To start a business? To author a book? To lose 10 pounds? To learn a foreign language? To launch a Kickstarter campaign? To get your write-ups featured on Forbes? To run a mile in within 5 min?

It’s however all about your decision to start now. The earlier you start, the earlier you’ll arrive at the desired destination. The sooner you start the sooner you’ll enjoy the outcomes of your fruitful work.

However, if you don’t, very soon you’ll find yourself lamenting on the wasted time and missed opportunities.

A year from now you may wish you had started today — Karen Lamb

Analyze your huge goal into manageable chunks and plan a small consistent steps. Commit to 0.1% growth.

Begin now.

Show up every day.

Do one or two things that takes you closer to what you want to accomplish.

Learn one thing that improves your expertise in a certain field.

Improve a skill that matters most.

Overcome  issues that hold you back.

Take a step towards the right direction.

Be consistent.

Be determined.

Stay committed.

Keep up the pace.

One year from now you’ll be surprised how close you’ve managed to get to your goal or how fast you’ve managed to achieve it. 

By: Max lukominskyi. For those who do not know Max, he is the founder and CEO of Evopaper. Max is an eloquent motivator, an opportunist, an erudite, in fact he is a symbol of success because success isn't measured by money, but by the amount of people that have been inspired by you. 


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