9 Essential Habits of remarkably Effective people

 9 Essential Habits of remarkably Effective people 

9 Essential Habits of remarkably Effective people


1. They always start with goals 


Effort without a genuine purpose is just effort. Effective people don't just know what to do; they know why. They have a long-term goal. They have short-term goals that support their long-term goals. 


Remarkably effective people set their goals first. So decide what success means to you. (Your definition of success is and should be different from everyone else's.) 
You'll find it's easy to stay focused and be effective when you truly care about what you hope to achieve. 


2. Then they create systems 


A goal is great for planning and mapping out what success looks like; a system is great for actually making progress toward that goal. 


Remarkably effective people know a goal can provide direction and even push them forward in the short term, but eventually a well-designed system will always win. 
Everyone has goals; committing to a system makes all the difference in achieving that goal. 


3. They believe in themselves 


Diligence isn't easy. Hard work is hard. Pushing forward when successes are few and far between takes optimism and self-belief. 


That's why busy people quickly give up and effective people keep going. 
Remarkably effective people embrace the fact (and it is a fact) that the only way to get to where they want to go is to try... and keep on trying. 


4. They believe they are in control of their lives. 


Effective people don't hope for good luck or worry about bad luck. They assume success is totally within their control. 


They waste zero mental energy worrying about what might happen to them; they put all their effort into making things happen. 
They know they can never control luck, but they can always control themselves. 


5. And yet they also embrace "random." 


Remarkably effective people stay almost totally on-task. They build in time and opportunity to experience new things, try new methods, and benefit from happy accidents. 


They're not always trying to reinvent the wheel. But they're more than happy to adopt someone else's perfectly functioning wheel. 


6. They find happiness in the success of others. 


Great companies are made up of employees who help each other, know their roles, set 
aside their personal goals, and value team 
success over everything else. 


Where does that attitude come from? You. 


Focus only on yourself and ultimately you'll be by yourself. To be remarkably effective, find fulfillment in helping other people succeed. In the process you will succeed, too, in more ways than one. 


7. They use their goals to make decisions automatic. 


Remarkably effective people apply the same framework to the decisions they make. "Will this help me reach my goal? If not, | won't do it." 


If you feel like you're constantly struggling to make decisions, take a step back. Think about your goals, your goals will help you make decisions. 
When you know what you truly want, most of your decisions can and should be almost automatic. 


8. They don't multitask 


Try to do two things at once and you'll do both half-assed. 


Remarkably effective people focus on one thing at a time. They do that one thing incredibly well, and then they move on to whatever is next. And they do that incredibly well. 


9. They freely ask for help. Remarkably effective people ask for help not just because they need help but also because by asking they show respect for the other person and trust his or her experience, skill, or insight. 


Mutual respect is the foundation of every solid relationship, and the best way to create mutual respect is to first show respect. 


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