Three actions for success

Would you like to know the secret sauce to success?

Oh you want me to whisper it into your ear {first_name}!

If we could create a secret formula of success, bottle it, add a fancy label, we would probably get rich off it.

If only it were that simple. But the truth is, you ain’t here, reading this newsletter if that was your mojo.

You don’t mind getting a little dirty, rolling up your sleeves and getting to work.

So, as you get your butt on the growth train, and catapult yourself to higher levels of success, here are just 3 traits that will get you there faster.

1. Prioritise. Prioritise. Prioritise.

Just had to say it a few times so it sinks in.

Focusing on the most important things when you need to, and doing the work when you don’t feel like it.

Let’s face it, you know this but many don’t do it. And the reason is because it is a skill like riding a bike, planning your quarterly strategy or the art of selling.

Prioritising requires time to practice and to master.

Consider making it a daily task to practice prioritising, ask what is the most important task to do today, set an estimated time and repeat. This means throughout your day reviewing if you are doing the most important task now or not.

Priorising will keep you on track.

2. Resilience

This is where, no matter the circumstances, when you fall over, you get back up again.

Business can be tough, you get knocked around and down. You might feel some days the world is against you, or rejected because you can’t seem to pick up business.

Setbacks happen. People will say no. Heck, they may even bitch and moan about what you don’t do for them to anyone who will listen.

It’s not just resistance, but residence with a growth mindset is the secret. If you see how any challenge is helping you on your path to growth, you’re resilient with a purpose.

Resilience is key to being able to navigate through the challenges with grace.

3. Accountability

You work for yourself, so the benefit of working for yourself is no one tells you what to do.

Yet…… the downside of working for yourself is no one tells you what to do.

*Big sigh*

You have to make sure you hold yourself accountable to the goals you want, and do the action steps necessary to achieve your goals.

It can be so easy to do feel good tasks. But, these tasks are not necessarily the tasks that will achieve a result.

Do these three actions and you’ll notice a difference in your inner world which will influence your business in the best way.

#bringonsuccess

Now…. Let’s face it, our inner world is what can prevent us from being successful. That inner critic that rears its ugly head and tells us that we can’t, who I am to do that internal dialogue that stops us in our tracks.

In the ever evolving and changing landscape of success, you will have moments of doubt, uncertainty. This is part of everyone’s journey.

In my time as a coach, I have not yet met a woman who didn’t have “voices” in her head that is disruptive or critical, and this internal narrative leads to them perceiving themselves in a negative light.

The inner critic is never completely silenced. It can’t be, as it is a part of ourselves that acts as an internal homeostatic mechanism when we are prideful.

If you can never silence it, then embrace it as feedback. Next time you get distracted or disillusioned with yourself, look at what the inner critic is trying to show you? What is it trying to tell you? What is underneath the content.

Here are some examples;

“Who am I to share my content with the world?”

Deeper question: Where is the pride in what you know? And what don’t you know (to humble yourself).

“What if you make a mistake?”

Deeper question: Where do you think you have to know more? And what’s the downside of knowing more?

The little voices will subside and success can reign.

With love and wisdom,

Tanya x

Leadership Coach & Master Certified Demartini Method Facilitator

BAppSoSc (Counselling)

Maximum Growth One on one & group coaching available

Helping leaders to level up using a transformational mindset work.

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