What Successful People Do Differently – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of my series and I’ll be continuing to look at the extreme characteristics of highly successful people. These people are NOT from another planet, nor do I consider them smarter, however, they do work much harder at what they want to achieve. Anyway, with that said, I’d like to go over a few more things you can implement into your work habits to make you more successful going forward. This, again, is Part 2 and I encourage all of you to read Part 1 before going any further.

Let’s get started.


DAILY Improvements

Successful people know that a combination of improvements is the recipe to achieve your desired results. They also know this takes time and are willing to work at it every day until they achieve their desired results. Others simply don’t want to put the day-to-day effort into making small improvements, leading to ultimate success later down the line. This is what differentiates the unsuccessful from those who achieve the greatest. In the end, successful entrepreneurs know how small daily improvements full of growth can help achieve your bottom line going forward.

Always Stay Positive

One of the greatest assets successful people have is their ability to stay positive at all times. Their ability to remain at the top of their game by staying positive will contribute to them achieving the end goal at the end of the day. It’s widely believed if you can stay positive, then you don’t go into panic mode, which, in normal circumstances, will leave you making poor decision. Some of the MOST successful have publicly stated that they always stay positive even when faced with adversity because this helps them NOT make any drastic decisions that would hurt them.

If you want to be successful in business, then I encourage you to stay positive, knowing everything will be alright no matter what. Staying positive will also:

  • Decrease depression
  • Lower anxiety
  • Reduce risk of death
  • Be able to cope better with stressful times
  • Lower psychological risk

NOT Afraid of Failure

This is awesome and you can learn a lot from this simple factor. Successful people are NOT afraid of failures because they consider them vital learning tools. They know with failure comes a time for growth and their ability to find new ways to do things, which improves them going forward. Other will be devastated by failure because they let it get to them psychologically, but successful people embrace it, knowing it will get them hustling, allowing them to make improvements in the long run.

Hang with Other Successful People

You’ve probably noticed that successful people have a huge network of people, all who are successful themselves. The reason is very simple and some of the reasons include the following:

First, they all have the same mind frame and this means having things in common. It means being able to stay positive and talk about the same things especially those that matter to maintaining their success in the long run. Secondly, it makes sure they have a wide network of resources when they need them. Reading the bio’s of many of these people will let you understand how they invest in each other’s business and self-improvement. For them, this is important because in the future, it means extending their wealth and opportunities going forward. However, here are some things you need to keep in mind about how they build networks:

  • They work hard and show each other their discipline
  • They work hard at making sure wealth grows and it’s a smart investment
  • They commit to solid communication, etc.

My Final Thoughts

You can learn a lot from what successful people do differently and you should apply these into your daily lifestyle. I want to encourage all of you to pick one factor and start implementing it into your creative process. I know it’s going to be tough in the beginning, but over time, you’ll start to see improvements, etc. Then you can shift to implement other things until you find you have the right combination. However, it’s important to start doing this right away because success does have a time limit, especially when life is NOT infinite.

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Who's Your Buddy? The Evolution of OTT Video Partnerships

Buddy movies have been an entertainment staple for years. Like Felix and Oscar in The Odd Couple or Murtaugh and Riggs in Lethal Weapon, the buddy film genre shows how two people can overcome obstacles, and each other, to produce a happy ending. Today, we are seeing over-the-top video services buddy up with others in the market to find their own happy endings. OTT video services have partnered with a number of entities within the video ecosystem since their emergence, particularly content producers and advertisers.
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Marketing Day: Gartner releases first Magic Quadrant, IAB Tech Labs launch blockchain-analysis & more

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

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Is Philanthropy Becoming Sexy?

The Internet has a long and storied history of democratizing information and influencing social change. It has flattened hierarchies and made information accessible to many more people — though, ironically, it also has sometimes assaulted democracy in the process. Just think about how philanthropy has been changing at the instigation of Salesforce. From its earliest days, Salesforce has adhered to a 1,1,1 model of giving back to the community. It includes donating 1 percent each of employee’s time, product and equity to charity.
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The case for treating disabled travellers better

TRAVELLING for work can be expensive, uncomfortable and unpleasant, even for those without a mobility issue. But spare a thought for people who do, many of whom get appalling service from train firms and airlines around the world. The latest case to have hit the headlines is that of Tanyalee Davis, a Canadian living in England, who has said that she was left feeling so humiliated that she “wanted to crawl under a rock and die” after a recent train journey from Plymouth to Norwich. Ms Davis, who uses a mobility scooter as she has a form of dwarfism, was forced to move from an unreserved wheelchair space to make way for a pushchair (pushchairs do not have priority for such spaces). When she complained, the guard announced to the train that they would be stopping indefinitely at the next station because the “woman in the mobility scooter was causing problems.” 

For Ms Davis, a touring comedian, incidents like this are all too frequent and are no laughing matter. And she is not alone. Frank Gardner, a disabled journalist at the BBC, a…Continue reading
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Data Partners Team Up to Get ABM Right

Openprise has announced new partnerships and a new service designed to streamline marketing automation and ABM operations. The new partners offer capabilities such as reverse-IP lookup, business-to-personal-email address lookup, business data in the UK, and more in-depth business-to-consumer and business-to-business data capabilities. Meanwhile, Openprise’s new Multi-Vendor Enrichment Strategy Service lets marketers navigate the process of assessing data requirements, evaluating and selecting data providers, and onboarding data.
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