Think of successful people in your life. Maybe it’s your sister who runs a thriving business while raising three young rug rats, or your grandma who is traveling the country by caravan or your friend who heads a charitable organisation that is making big wins for the world. Or maybe your mind takes you to big names like Oprah, the Dalai Lama or Richard Branson.
Your definition of ‘success’ will be different to the next person based on your values. We wanted to know what sets the super successful apart from those that are challenged by success. You may be surprised to find that with a few lifestyle changes and greater awareness of your beliefs, attitudes and behaviours, you’ll be hustling with the A Team before you know it!
Make decisions from the gut
Successful people are expert decision makers. Without fuss, they trust their gut and call the shots. They also empower their colleagues to reach a strategic conclusion or outcome, and give them the reigns to do it themselves. Their focus is making decisions that sustain progress. They don’t waste their time on issues that disrupt momentum.
Communicate with value
Have you noticed that most successful people are great communicators? Super successful people are driven by their values and communicate with their values in mind. In the workplace, super successful ensure that his or her vision is communicated clearly in a way that everyone can understand.
Challenge people to think and grow
The most successful of people can identify their colleague’s, but also their friend’s and family member’s strengths and areas for improvement. They are able to use this insight to challenge their people to think and grow outside of their comfort zone. Successful people excel in keeping people on their toes!
Lead by example
Not all successful people are consistent at this one. The super successful are a rare bunch though! They practice what they preach and are mindful of their actions. Their example serves as a source of inspiration to others and they are committed to being the best version of themselves as often as humanly possible!
Reward your accomplishments!
Successful people don’t hesitate to reward themselves for their achievements. They carve out time to reflect and celebrate their wins, which they have worked hard to accomplish. They are also grateful for the opportunities, people and circumstances which supported and leveraged their success along the way.
Look at the big picture
And, super successful are always looking at the big picture. They know where they are going and don’t get bogged down by the day-to-day details because they are certain of what they are here to make happen.
Are you ready to be a super success too?
Having produced life changing results for companies in the million to hundred million dollar range, Andrew’s honest, hands-on approach will get the cut through needed to help you scale.
Being privileged to work at length with over 600 CEOs globally, and having seen in the back end of tens of thousands of businesses (warts and all), there isn’t a problem he hasn’t been able to positively impact. As an active investor in business turnarounds also, Andrew has his finger on the pulse of what it takes to make profitable change for your business, fast.
Andrew doesn’t just preach the importance of education and not take his own advice either. In the last decade he has invested over half a million dollars in his own education, with highlights being part of Tony Robbins’ Platinum Partnership Program, as well as being 1 of 55 selected to be in the inaugural year of the Arete Syndicate with Andy Frisella and Ed Mylett.
To get help from someone that’s been there, done it, and is still doing it, click below to book a free 20-minute discovery call to see if Andrew and his team can help.
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