Five components for succeeding at anything in life

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It’s difficult to figure out the most important components of success. People who attain success often go through an incredible journey that involves struggle, self-doubts, fears, failures, and the courage. The ultimate success does feel attainable but remains out of reach for so many people. But if the anatomy of success is broken down into few steps, it’s not that much impossible.

Vision:

Making a move without any purpose can make us fall victim to distractions. Vision is necessary for every single area of our life when we don’t have a vision in our life; it becomes increasingly difficult to achieve something. It is important to know what a person actually wants and focus on it throughout the journey.

Commitment:

It is impossible to fail when we fully commit to something. With commitment comes the quitting the fear of rejection and failure and leading towards excellence. When we commit to something, we do not allow surroundings distract us.

Authenticity:

Just being what we actually are is eth easiest thing in the world and that’s what actually tells us what we stand for. In a world where people please others with the fear of rejection, being authentic is the most required skill. Be free of opinion of others and shine in the glory with uniqueness.

Integrity:

It is also important to live with integrity. Losing integrity means losing the trust others have in us. If we show up late with a prescheduled client meeting, it demonstrates that we are not true to our word. This impacts our vision of business therefore integrity is necessary to move forward for achieving success.

Competition:

Competition is not just all about defeating others; it is about bringing the best out of everyone. A good competition is the one that has a profound sense of oneness and should be like a rising tide that floats all ships.

Via: Forbes

Written by Hisham Sarwar

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