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Tread the Path to Success

Students' Corner   |  02-Feb-2018

By Issac Paul

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“Success is not for the weak or uncommitted; sometimes it’s going to hurt.”

Whatever stage you are in your life, there are little things that you can do every day to make your life better, brighter and more successful. Success is a person-oriented goal; it differs from one person to another. For some, it could be a small achievement, for others it could be huge, even life-changing. But the ways to attain it remains more or less the same. So, here are five small things you can do every day to enrich your life and continue striving towards your goals.

Striving towards success

 

  • The early bird gets the worm 

This is one thing most of us lack in common – being early risers. But it’s neither hard nor impossible to start doing so. If you look at most successful people, you will notice one common pattern amongst them – the art of waking up early. By waking up early, you can plan out how to get ahead with the day and how to handle your work effectively. The process of becoming an early riser can be a tad bit tiring at first, as your body clock needs to get adjusted accordingly. But eventually, you will see how much time you have at hand to go about completing your tasks effectively and efficiently.

 

  • Reconnect with forgotten contacts 

We often tend to forget old contacts or friends, who we used to hang out with or talk to, when we start focusing on bigger opportunities in our life – be it preparing for an important exam or working long hours at work. Try to make it a point to reach out and talk to people because you never know how you might be helping them or how they might be able to help you.

  

  • Be aware of what is happening around you 

Being aware of what is happening in the world around you helps you stay prepared from unexpected curveballs that life will throw at you. You could do this while logging into some exercise in the morning. There are numerous podcasts and news updates that are easily available at your fingertips anyway. Try to make the best use of it to make the best possible opportunity for you. It also helps in staying ahead of the competition since general knowledge about current affairs is not everyone’s strong forte.

  

  • Write something! 

It is a small gesture; it can be as simple as saying ‘thank you’ or ‘I’m sorry’. But the impact it creates in someone’s life can be unfathomable. Also, in the world of texting and digital communication, an old fashioned way of writing might just help you start thinking differently about how to do things. It’s always good to have a different perspective on things, right? That’s how successful people stand out from the rest.

 

  • Stay connected, but in a different way 

While growing up, most of us tend to lose touch with ourselves. The activities that used to give you utmost satisfaction and joy as children are often left behind in the past as you try to ‘focus’ on your goals. Staying connected to your inner child and desires and you might be surprised with how those memories might help you cross some of the hardest challenges you will encounter. It won’t turn you into an overnight success story, but you will surely be a lot more close to yourself and your desires which will help you realize the importance of your goals and how much it means to you.

 In the end, the path to success is not an easy one. It is an arduous task and more often than not, you will find people around you succumbing to the hardship that comes along with it. Everyone has goals and visions for their future but, not all of them possess the drive to make it happen. Moreover, in a dynamic world, it’s hard to find someone who stays true to himself and his desires. It’s like a test, the rewards are plenty but the path is narrow and more often than not, there might not be a path; you will just have to pave one for yourself.


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