Everyone defines success differently. And that’s right. The most successful individuals on the planet share several similar characteristics and attitudes. Successful people have emotional ups & downs, dare to be vulnerable, and dare to fail.
You enjoy other people’s success
Talent is extremely important. However, it is more important that you can work in a team. Put your ego aside and perhaps make individual sacrifices when necessary to ensure the team’s success. That is the spirit of a successful person.
You don’t make choices; you create choices
You then only have a choice of the available options, and you hope that it will work. Or you can do what a real entrepreneur would do: come up with better solutions to the problem.
The voice in your head is louder than all the other voices around you
Some people doubt your plan; others criticize or disapprove. But you don’t care about that at all. It is not right or wrong because you look at what data you can use for your plan. You use this plan to come up with an even better plan. You believe in yourself.
You don’t have to be disciplined; you want to get to the set goal
You don’t necessarily have to be disciplined when you know what goal you want to pursue. Successful people can’t wait to do things that bring them closer to their stated goal.
They have goals, dreams and they know every task they have to perform.
You are a harder worker
Some people work to generate a specific skill or position to relax when it is achieved. They have worked hard for it and are happy (not a bad thing: everyone defines success differently) when the respective goal has been achieved.
You dare to start a movement on your own
People quickly tend to belong. The so-called “herd behavior.” When someone has an idea, everyone adopts that idea, and that creates a certain movement.
Every time this happens, there is a single person who dares to stand up. A person who dares to say what others do not dare to say and does what others do not dare to do. This is a trait of a successful leader.
You think, “Why not me?”
Successful people, on the other hand, think, “Why not me?”. This is an important point to remember. For example, on TV, you see a successful person, and you think, “That’s great, and if he can do it, why can’t I?” The point here is that you not only have a dream but that you also pursue these dreams.