7 principles of a successful person

7 principles of a successful person

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If you strive to become richer and more successful, you need to learn and develop life principles. It is a set of deep-seated statements and values that anyone can try on for themselves.

 Principle 1. Live Playfully

It's all about attitude. Begin to see life as a game: every problem that comes your way is a puzzle that you must solve. By solving the puzzle, you gain experience that will help you avoid future problems and improve decision-making.

Principle 2. Strive for maximum development

Since humans have the ability to learn consciously, they can develop faster and more seriously than other biological species, changing not only over generations, but also during their own life. This continuous pursuit of learning and improvement leads us to unconsciously enjoy getting good results.

Principle 3. Don't want only money

Although most people believe that they are striving for something material (big house, money, status) that will make them happy, for many it is much more satisfying to realize that they have achieved success in some business. Once a person gets the thing they wanted, they rarely stay satisfied for long. The desire to get something makes a person develop, and it is development, and by no means a reward as such, that is important for the person himself and those around him.

Principle 4. There is no result without pain

The realization that inwardly a person strives for development, and that material goods, although pleasant, will not make him happy - will help determine the goals of his development and its stimulation. Nobody likes to be uncomfortable. At the same time, everything that nature does makes sense. So pain is given to a person for a purpose - it attracts attention and guides the person. As Carl Jung said: “Man needs difficulties. They are essential for health. "

Principle 5. Take responsibility for the result

Whatever your life situation, you are more likely to succeed and find happiness if you take responsibility for making the right decisions instead of complaining about circumstances beyond your control. In psychology, this is called an “internal locus of control,” and research results consistently show that people with an internal locus of control achieve more in life than those who do not.

Principle 6: Choose what's important

Decide on your priorities: you can get almost everything you want, but you cannot get absolutely everything. Choosing a goal sometimes means giving up what you want in order to get what you want even more.

Principle 7. Take Action 

Stop worrying about whether you like the circumstances or not. Life does not care what you like - it goes on as usual, we are too small to pay attention to us. It's only in your power to trace the connection between your goal and what needs to be done to achieve it, and then take the courage to do it.

It's all about attitude. Begin to see life as a game: every problem that comes your way is a puzzle that you must solve. By solving the puzzle, you gain experience that will help you avoid future problems and improve decision-making.
Principle 2. Strive for maximum development
Since humans have the ability to learn consciously, they can develop faster and more seriously than other biological species, changing not only over generations, but also during their own life. This continuous pursuit of learning and improvement leads us to unconsciously enjoy getting good results.
Principle 3. Don't want only money
Although most people believe that they are striving for something material (big house, money, status) that will make them happy, for many it is much more satisfying to realize that they have achieved success in some business. Once a person gets the thing they wanted, they rarely stay satisfied for long. The desire to get something makes a person develop, and it is development, and by no means a reward as such, that is important for the person himself and those around him.
Principle 4. There is no result without pain
The realization that inwardly a person strives for development, and that material goods, although pleasant, will not make him happy - will help determine the goals of his development and its stimulation. Nobody likes to be uncomfortable. At the same time, everything that nature does makes sense. So pain is given to a person for a purpose - it attracts attention and guides the person. As Carl Jung said: “Man needs difficulties. They are essential for health."
Principle 5. Take responsibility for the result
Whatever your life situation, you are more likely to succeed and find happiness if you take responsibility for making the right decisions instead of complaining about circumstances beyond your control. In psychology, this is called an “internal locus of control,” and research results consistently show that people with an internal locus of control achieve more in life than those who do not.
Principle 6: Choose what's important
Decide on your priorities: you can get almost everything you want, but you cannot get absolutely everything. Choosing a goal sometimes means giving up what you want in order to get what you want even more.
Principle 7. Take Action
Stop worrying about whether you like the circumstances or not. Life does not care what you like - it goes on as usual, we are too small to pay attention to us. It's only in your power to trace the connection between your goal and what needs to be done to achieve it, and then take the courage to do it.If you strive to become richer and more successful, you need to learn and develop life principles. It is a set of deep-seated statements and values that anyone can try on for themselves.

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