The biggest difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is not intelligence, luck or resources. It’s their belief that they can make their goals happen.
We all deal with vulnerability, conjecture, and failure. Some of us believe that if we move ahead anyway, then we will figure it out.
One of the most core beliefs of this generation is that they know they can become better.
We understand that it is possible for human beings to change. We believe that it is possible to increase the bar in your own life even if the world you live in accepts average.
We should accept our flaws and others. We need to believe that if we want better health or more satisfaction or a more meaningful job that we can make those things happen.
And because of this belief, we can question, experiment, and attempt new things even when we feel unsure.
If you don’t believe that it’s possible to make things work, then it’s difficult to make any progress. Even if you have great ideas and plans, things won’t work if you don’t believe that you can achieve it.
We often find successful people suggest that we focus on achieving our goals and working towards it, and if we are constantly working towards it, the money will follow.
It is not entirely false, all successful people have one common trait in their personality and, that is balancing their work and personal life.
When you are not happy with yourself or your work then, it becomes difficult for you to achieve financial success.
It is only when you are at peace with yourself will you be able to focus on the financial aspects of your life.
Achieving success in business or your career, in general, is possible when you put your mind to ease. Even the tiniest tension in your personal life can lead to a bigger impact on your career.
Money is a materialistic aspect of life and, it is not the root cause of our happiness. But people often overlook it and consider it to be the primary cause of happiness and then associate their life in terms of the money that they earn.
It is often said, that being rich and successful comes at a price. It does, but you are in complete control of it.
It is your choice to Prioritise your life over your career and vice versa. What might work for someone doesn’t necessarily suggest that it will work for you too.
You can read as many articles, listen to as many speeches but in the end the only person who will have an impact on your mind is you.
It is not selfish to consider money as an important factor in your life and don’t let people convince you otherwise. It is the truth of reality and it does play a significant role in our lives. However, you need to learn where to draw a line. If you’re hustling hard and giving up on yourself in the process of being rich and successful, then you need to stop and think.
Think about yourself, give your mind and body the space it deserves and, do not overwork yourself. Not caring about your physical and mental health is also an aspect of self-harm.
Mostly, do what you love and what you’re good at. That way, you’ll never feel lost and will learn to enjoy your work.