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Written by Radical Geeks Technologies on Thursday, 29 December 2011

We all know what is the taste of being a successful and for being a successful individual one has to develop successful habits. Some how we feel like those successful people. Those are the people you want to study and emulate .We do what they do. Read what they read. Most successful people enjoy the opportunity to guide people along and to help them to become successful. It is their way how they return the things back. Taking initiative is the great habit but trouble is most people won't ask. They come up with excuses. They say to themselves that I am not important enough for this person to talk to me. You won't know unless you ask. So ask them.
The successful people comprehend that life is a learning experience and it doesn't stop at primary level. They always strive to reach the next level. Life will always pay you the results of your actions. Ask thyself what actions are you taking? What are you creating? You create what you think about. Before starting any new habit we have to know what we want. So how do we concrete our thoughts in order to permanently change our habits?

A successful Tips :

Identify what habit you want to develop or change. Being original is also a sign of a successful person. Try what can we change to make our habit productive and help us to reach our goals? Always consider the long term results.

Is it a self-esteem issue ?

This is where you can look at your habits. What is the current habit? What is your attitude about that? I do it but I don't like it. I do it because it makes me feel good when I am down in the dumps. What are your beliefs about it? I believe that if I keep gaining problems, it could harm me physically and possibly even cut short my life but it still makes me feel good when I do it. What are your expectations of doing it
These are questions you need to ask yourself. So what do you do after that? Ask yourself what it would look like if I change my habit and have the habit and results that I want. See other people staring at you and admiring you. How would you feel? Would you have more energy? Would you be able to do things that you weren't able to do before? See it clearly and imagine it 3 or 4 times a day.
Formulate your plan of action and work on it. Put your plan together. Ask..What do I need to do first? Set my goals. Then next I would put my plan together. Then I would start my program strongly. You get the idea. Put a good solid plan together. A plan should include an end reward. Say you can do it.
Maybe for every small success you gain you will reward yourself with and ice cream cone or something that you like that you have gain in whatever terms you want. At the end when you reach your goal maybe you will reward yourself for whatever you decide.
So there it is in a nutshell. We have the power to change any bad habit that we don't like. Will it be easy? Probably not, but it might not be as hard as we think either. The hard part is to get started. Remember that these habits have been a part of us for a long time so don't expect miracles at first. Be consistent and sincere to yourself.