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Nobody is immune to the occasional bad day. However, it is possible to adopt some strategies to improve your sense ...
Nobody is immune to the occasional bad day. However, it is possible to adopt some strategies to improve your sense of achievement and make as many days as possible feel successful.
Here are five suggestions to help you make success a daily practice:
There’s no problem with lofty and ambitious objectives, but on a daily basis, it’s best to break things down into achievable chunks.
By deconstructing your big goals and separating them into manageable objectives, you can enjoy each success as you go along.
There are few things in life more satisfying than reaching the end of a week knowing you’ve achieved everything you set out to do. However, this doesn’t happen if you procrastinate, nor does it happen if you begin your week with a hangover from a late Sunday night!
If you wish to enjoy success and high self-esteem, you must exercise self-discipline. It will make the free time you have seem far more deserved.
You won’t always manage a perfect “100%” day, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be proud of the parts that did go to plan. Try to focus on the small successes. There’s always tomorrow, and you’ll perform better if you maintain your morale.
Mark Twain once said: “If it’s your job to eat a frog, it’s best to do it first thing in the morning.”
This is a good attitude to apply to life. There will always be things you don’t want to do. If you dwell on them all day and leave them until last, you’re not going to experience much happiness. Do the jobs you hate first—eat the frog!
A “To do” list is a great motivational tool. As well as helping you ensure you don’t forget things, it provides you with a sense of success as you proceed through your daily tasks.