Success is actually subjective, so let’s assume that it means living according to who you really are. Most people who reach their full potential are not always what one can imagine: often due to a long struggle, people become better, and so much that it was difficult to imagine.
Success is not always the result of skill, ability, or privilege. It also depends on how much a person realizes that something is “wrong” in his life and how much he wants to change the situation. Here you will learn about the signs that things could turn out better than you think, but few people talk about them.
How to become successful
You clearly understand what is wrong in your life
The other side of knowing what you don’t want knows what you want. When you realize what is wrong in your life, it is a manifestation of heightened intuition. It is in the process of building the life that we want from the one that we do not want that we truly realize our potential.
You know what you want, even if you don’t know how to get it
In fact, it is the attempt to control the process of change that worries people more than the end goal. For example, if you want love, you can have love – you just cannot be attached to love that comes from one particular person that ultimately doesn’t suit you (the same goes for work or any other goal).
You perfectly understand who you are, even if you do not fully use your potential
It’s not so much about knowing what you want as it is about knowing who you are. A strong sense of self-esteem is the foundation upon which all authenticity is built.
What you do every day can ultimately help you achieve your goal
Every day you do something that helps you become who you desire (for example, you make music or write something).
You are ashamed of your favorite work, and this is unusual for you
You will notice that successful people who stand out for their special talent do not seek approval from someone about their work, they evaluate their own work.
You are a very sensitive person
You are overwhelmed by excitement, you “wind up” yourself, think too much about something, and it seems as if you are doing everything and everyone. It’s not just that – in fact, these are echoes of a creative, responsible person for whom details are important.
You rest as much as you work
If you don’t take enough rest time to recover, relax, and let go of everything, you will simply start to burn out. By allowing yourself to rest from time to time, you can find the right pace and balance in everything.
You are ready to sacrifice
You don’t expect to do everything well. But you sacrifice some aspect of your life to focus on other details. You can succeed if one of your personality traits is the desire to postpone meeting with friends or use the weekend to finish the job (or part of it).
You are often uncomfortable
This does not mean that happy people always feel comfortable or those who have found themselves are always happy. In fact, discomfort makes you move, think, move forward.
Sometimes you feel like you can’t take care of yourself
Such anxiety means that, either intentionally or accidentally, you have become an independent person. You do not expect that someone will always come to the rescue and save you if you screw up. You take full responsibility for your life into your own hands.
You harbor a grudge against someone
Your heart has been broken. You are not in the mood. You want to prove to someone that he is wrong. A small crack in the foundation of your life is the incentive that many people need to build a whole new life for themselves.
You take yourself seriously
People always use this phrase negatively, as if those who are always calm or realistic about things are not taking themselves seriously. It would be best if you took yourself seriously in order to achieve anything in life. Anyone who claims otherwise is simply intimidated by your determination.
At times you are erratic
You are not always happy with friends, accommodation, or drinks at dinner. Of course, there is a line between accepting what you deserve and behaving inappropriately or spoiled. However, the fact is that most people are ready to accept what they have without thinking too much.
Even if you are not doing what you love, you feel drawn to what you love
You know you love drawing, helping others, writing or playing music. Even if it is not yet an important part of your life, the main thing is that you just know what attracts you.
You don’t believe in “dream job”
You are not creating the illusion of a perfect life. You are willing to take risks and fail, accept discomfort and hard work; go beyond what you knew and see what you don’t know.