Your Roadmap to Success
I observed what these exceptional individuals had in common 2 very important success habits;
1. They knew where they are going [roadmap for success]
2. They're prepared to put in whatever work is necessary to get them from where they are now to where they want to be.
My hope [for you the reader] those of you who desire more success. Is to clearly show you´ll their roadmap for success. If you start applying consistent success habits then you´ll start to experience even more success and happiness in your life.
Great tennis players like Rafael Nadal spend the majority of their time on the court. They have people serve them balls for hour upon hour.
I know in my other writing I talk about Peter Drucker’s classic book written in 1967, The Effective Executive, “The effective executive makes strengths … Developing yourself as an individual means improving on your strengths and finding a way to minimise your weaknesses.”
Many Top elite athletes admit to doing something similar like practising sports imagery also called visualisation.
According to Dr Jennifer Cumming of the University of Birmingham,
“Imagery also known as visualisation is a tool that can help athletes to maintain a vision of what they would like to achieve in their sport. Athletes can also use imagery to assist them in setting their daily goals, as well as to stay motivated during tough training sessions. To keep in top form when training is not possible.”
Learn more about how visualization can help you. See my about video here
It could be compared to the gambler mindset they don’t win each time but when they do they get a massive neurological rush!
I remember someone once said,
“Disappoint requires adequate planning”
People can use this strategy (often without realising it). Creating forward loops toward pleasure to create both destructive and constructive habits such as addictions. Why not use it for your success? Create success habits that will help you and empower who with whatever goals you have