3 Life-Changing Habits of High Performers

Most high-performers are lazy. Yes, LAZY—but they had big dreams and big goals. To achieve them, they forced habits, routines and rituals on themselves.

 

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Here are three of such habits most of them adhere to:

 

1. Say ‘no’ to distraction. Every. Single. Time.
Successful people have that same list of tasks to accomplish as anyone else, the key is they make time to get them all done without excuses.

 

2. Read something new everyday.
Successful people read constantly, find mentors who can teach them and value new information that can help push them forward. Learn before you earn.

 

3. Flaunt your failures like a champ.
Fail, and fail often. Everyone fails. Successful people have the ability to get up and give it another go with a better plan the next time around.

 

Bottom line, stay focused, keep learning, and don’t be afraid to experiment — even if you blow up your test lab.

 

Excerpts from “3 Life-Changing Habits of High Performers” by Brad Sugars, for Entrepreneur.com

 

3 Comments

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  • Ariel

    Flaunting your failures makes you so vulnerable, but I guess that’s precisely why it makes you a better leader and a better person.

  • Michael

    Sweet and to the point. I, for one, feel inspired.

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