Sure, a degree of effort is still required. But that’s okay.
That’s the nice thing about yesterday’s list of success habits.
Every habit on the list is totally –
and grounded in common sense.
No wonder I typically flub-the-dub at each one.
But our most successful leaders don’t.
Along with carrying out daily disciplined rituals, they also share these three attributes.
#1 They are dogged in the pursuit of their clearly defined goals without getting locked into any “one way” to achieve them. They benchmark results and are willing to pivot, redirect, postpone, or scrap plans entirely if they have to.
#2 They value honesty and relationships. They are good evaluators of their own personal strengths and weaknesses, the dreams and aspirations of their customers, and the skills and interpersonal dynamics of their team.
#3 Most importantly, they are incredible managers of the same finite resource we all share – TIME.
So, how does any of this help me “level up” my own game?
How do I not feel overwhelmed by the list of 10 success habits?
That’s where many top leadership coaches say to begin.
Just choose three.
Just choose three habits and stay the course with them for 30 days.
They say you’ll be surprised by the results.
And remember, you have to stick with the same three habits.
You can’t do three one day… and then three different ones the next day.
That’ll do nothing for you.
I should know.
That’s what I’ve trying for 17 years!