How You Can Master Success Habits Through The Habits of Successful People
Many successful entrepreneurs have learned master success habits. They have developed their methods based on their own habits that have created success for them. Have you ever tried to incorporate their habits into your life? My name is Rick Morsovillo and I have discovered how to master my success by studying other successful entrepreneurs. These entrepreneurs have similar ideals and routines which increases their success. This blog is part two of a four-part blog on the habits and routines of successful entrepreneurs. If you have not already done so, read up on the previous blog in this series Master Success By Scheduling Your Success.
Successful Entrepreneurs Master Success Habits By Feeding Their Brains
Tony Robbins, Motivational Speaker and Peak Performance Coach, has this to say about his daily learning habit. “Years ago I got hooked on a habit that turned out to be one of the most valuable of my life: reading at least 30 minutes a day. Jim Rohn, one of my teachers, told me that reading something of substance, something of value, something that was nourishing, something that taught you distinctions, was more important than eating. ‘Miss a meal,’ he said, ‘but don’t miss your reading.’ Remember: leaders are readers.”
Full disclosure: this one is tough for even me because I am not a big reader. However, I recognize that when I do read or listen to an audio clip it does reframe my perspective and give me new ideas for old problems.
Master Success Habits Tip: Listen to YouTube clips or podcasts of motivational speakers like Tony Robbins in the car on your way to work. Even if it’s just five to 10 minutes, it’s still habit-forming and you will get benefits.
Successful Entrepreneurs Master Success Habits By Practicing The Art Of Listening
In the book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey writes, “most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” When a new situation arises, I find I need to hear what’s going on from every angle possible. Only then can can I assess it in its entirety and understand how I can bring it to positive resolution. I have learned that if I am crafting my response while the other person is talking, I usually miss a piece or it takes longer to bring the situation to a close.
Master Success Habits Tip: Get into the habit of delaying problem-solving mode until you can get a full picture of situations. Use phrases like, “I have to process this” to give yourself some time to think things through.
Again, my name is Rick Morsovillo and I am an entrepreneur from Springfield, Missouri. If you want to know more on mastering your success, check out the next blog in this series entitled Mastering Schedule Success. I hope you find this blog series helpful!