5 Habits of Successful People

I remember going through an old journal and I was talking about what I wanted to do, how I wanted my life to look and there I was..... a year later with NOTHING accomplished.

I was ashamed. I was planning... and fixing to.... But I was clearly not "doing". It was that day I decided to go after my goals scared, afraid, or any other emotion. What did I have to lose? That year I lost by default.

Learning and believing in the concept "Fail, fail fast so you can succeed faster." This mindset saved me. These are all habits that I've adopted. Sis, this is your winning year! I can't wait to see all succeed. Here are 5 habits to zone in on as you make this your best year yet!

Successful People

|1| They take action often and quickly. They "start" before they "feel" ready.

|2| Networking
Successful people know the value of exchanging ideas with others through networking. They also know the value of collaboration and teamwork – all of which are likely when you network.

|3| It's important to note that successful people read. While they also read for pleasure, most use their reading habit as a means to gain knowledge or insight.

|4| They Don’t Rely On Single Source of Income
Successful people always work towards creating multiple income streams because they know that relying completely on a single source of income can never provide them the financial stability.

|5| They Have Routines
People often think about routines as something monotonous and repetitive. But it doesn’t have to be that way – we can choose and create our own routines and fill our days with positive, grounding rituals to become more organized, centered, mindful and focused.

Do you already do these things? Which habit are you going to improve? Let me know

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👩🏾‍💼Endea Oduntan
🎊Women’s Success & Life Consultant

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