How To Become Successful: The Basic Pillars Of Success

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The Three Keys to Build your Pillars of Success

Have you ever wondered what it takes to succeed?… what does success mean to you?… Is it fame, fortune, happiness, freedom, or maybe becoming the CEO of your own business the thing that you seek?

Well, I’m going to tell you something that may sound harsh to you, but as you may have noticed, in my blog, I’ll always speak out reality and that’s why I believe I’m giving always the best first-hand advice to you all of you my great readers.

Well, now let’s keep with the flow going!

Success takes time and effort no matter what the goal is!

Unfortunately, we’ve grown accustomed to the immediate pleasure provided by Netflix, high-speed internet, and cellphones… that basically means we have forgotten how to be patient, meaning, we’ve lost to be disciplined and that also means that we have forgotten how to value the trip as much as the destination.

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Success is as much about the learning process and hard effort that go into attaining your objectives as it is about the ultimate result—in fact, some could argue that the journey is the success, and the completion is only a bonus.

Talent and a goal aren’t enough; if they were, everyone would be successful.

No, success does not come to those who are impatient or reluctant to work hard… it is only open to those who follow the three pillars of goal-setting success:

  1. Perseverance
  2. Accountability
  3. Consistency

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1st pillar – Perseverance

We don’t know how to persist or push through difficult situations and setbacks because we’re so used to receiving what we want as quickly as we want it.

Instead of giving up and giving up when things don’t go your way, learn from your errors and figure out how to avoid them in the future, learn to have a proactive attitude and see and analyze things you don’t like by providing a solution instead of focusing too much on the problem and never get over it, you need to move on and take action.

Nobody is a true overnight sensation, successful individuals are frequently confronted with rejection and failure, and every time they fall down, they just get back up and every time they fall and get back they become stronger and stronger and even unstoppable, this is the kind of mindset you want to achieve.

Remember that difficulties will not vanish once you reach your objective, therefore it’s better to make errors in the beginning than to never know how to manage oneself after a setback.

2nd pillar – Accountability

When you run into problems, it’s tempting to point the finger at others or to fall into a cycle of self-pity and self-sabotage, but tell me, it’s this the kind of life you want to live?…

Is this the kind of person you’d like to see in the next five to ten years and then realize that playing the victim was only self-sabotaging you and your damn dreams and massive success?…

Accountability is a crucial component of success because, while you may not be able to control conditions or circumstances, you can always control how you respond to them, remember, no one has ever achieved long-term success by blaming others.

Playing the victim, regardless of who is to blame, will NEVER lead to success.

Blaming others is a certain way to alienate the individuals who might be able to assist you in being successful.

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3rd pillar – Consistency

You may only fail once or a hundred times, but the odds are that it will be the latter.

If perseverance and accountability aren’t used consistently, they’re useless and that’s why I call it the three pillars because if one falls the other two will fall two, in this method you’re the key and the hero that has to maintain and keep alive these three pillars.

You never know which of your attempts to attain your objective will be the one that gets you there in the end.

Stephen King’s debut novel was rejected by 30 publishers before it was ultimately published.

Consider what would have happened if he had given up after the 29th rejection… put 110 percent into every endeavor to achieve your goals, since you’ll only get better and stronger as time goes on.

Conclusion

It’s all too easy to persuade ourselves that if we don’t obtain what we want right immediately, we should give up but reaching your objectives isn’t the only measure of success, it’s about all you learn and achieve along the road, as well as everything you discover after you’ve succeeded.

Now believe what I’m going to tell you, YOU will go where you need to go if you practise the Three Pillars of Success.

So now you know, quit pondering how to be successful and get damn started asap!

Feel free to share this article with your friends to bring yourself and your friends some good luck for their projects but do make sure to share it especially with the people you want to see succeed and are really important to you!

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