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ACHIEVERS TIPS

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You wait for the perfect timing, for an opportunity, while you drive yourself into stagnation and sometimes even into depression.

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Do diverse tasks, keep switching between something creative and logical, something physical and still, working alone and with a team.

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Do not rely on others. No one will make you happy or achieve your goals for you.

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Whether you get off the couch on your own or require a little nudge from somewhere else, the point is to get out there and do something.

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Plan. When-what-how is important to schedule. Review how each day went by what you learned and revise what you could improve.

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Redefine accountability. Staying true to yourself and your goals should not be drudgery. You must view your accountability as a gift to yourself.

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Protect yourself from burnout. Observe yourself to recognize any signs of tiredness and take time to rest.

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You have got to want it more than you do not want it. Everything will exact a certain price from you: energy, effort, patience, resources.

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Switch locations. Meditate, or just take deep breaths, close your eyes, or focus on one thing for five minutes.

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Seek knowledge, not results. Keep thinking about what you are learning along the way and what you can improve.

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You must view your voluntary mindset to ensure success, not something you are force-feeding yourself even though you hate it.

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Use your imagination. Next step after getting rid of negative thoughts is to use your imagination.

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Stop being nice to yourself. Motivation means action and action brings results. Sometimes your actions fail to bring the results you want.

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Focus on commitment, not motivation. If you find yourself fully committed, motivation will follow.

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Stop being nice to yourself. Get out there, challenge yourself, do something that you want to do even if you are afraid.

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If you focus on the excitement of discovery, improving, exploring and experimenting, your motivation will always be fueled.

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Seek knowledge, not results. The key is to focus on the journey, not the destination.

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Do not rely on others. You should never expect others to do it for you, not even your partner, friend or boss. They are all busy with their own needs.

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Ask for feedback. Soliciting advice and criticism from others creates accountability.

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Get rid of distractions. Learn to focus on what is the most important. Write a list of time-wasters and hold yourself accountable to not do them.