Habits Of Success

Habits Of Success

What is success to you?

Success is deciding what you really want and doing what ever it takes to achieve it.

Here are the 7 ingredients for success by Brain Tracy

  1. Peace of mind
  2. Being healthy and having energy
  3. Happy relationships
  4. Financial freedom
  5. Having worthy goals and ideals
  6. Self awareness
  7. Personal fulfillment

The three results or benefits of success are you will raise your self esteem, you will develop self respect and you will develop personal pride in who you are and what you are capable of doing.

Peak performance is a key to success so here are seven rules for peak performance

  1. Your live only gets better when you get better
  2. It doesn’t matter where you come from. What matters is where you’re going
  3. Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly at first and many times until you master the task or activity. (interesting if it’s the first time you’ve heard this) but very true.
  4. You can learn anything you need to learn to master any goal you desire. All skills are learn-able. Now isn’t that nice to know.
  5. You are only as free as your options
  6. Within every difficulty you face is the seed of an equal or greater opportunity or benefit
  7. The only limits on what you can achieve are self imposed. In other word you can achieve anything that you decide that you can

These are habits of success and if you follow/create then in your live you will succeed.

have a truly amazing day.




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4 Responses to “Habits Of Success”

  1. C Steve Greenhalgh

    Thanks for this `Robbie, I have never watched Brian Tracey before, I love his way already…what sets them apart? Brilliant

  2. Yvonne Patrick

    Great advice to achieve success Robbie. It’s all about finding something your passionate about, believing in yourself, and never giving up! Thanks for the great post

  3. Rachel Wilson

    I like that one about anything thats worth doing is worth doing poorly…. i always would of said it was worth doing properly but I have since learnt that its ok to make mistakes and sometimes you actually need to make them so that you learn how to do things properly… thanks Robbie 🙂