An achiever is someone who reaches a level of success. They are the ones that turn their vision into reality, turn things around with their quick thinking and very sorted plans. But what makes them different from other people? Do they have any special talent? Is it their wits, or a well-constructed future, or just luck? Today, to achieve success one has to start young, but there are several other parameters that they themselves can create. There’s more to it than just the motivation to achieve something meaningful.
Before we know what they have differently, we need to know what they don’t have. They have no special talent! Whatever special talent they have, you have too, in some other field. All you need are the following factors, which you can create yourself.
“ All of us have same Neurology If it is possible for others It is Possible for me “
The first factor is “saying less, doing more”. One has to always be at their prime to achieve something big. As a young person, their approach to their goals should be action-oriented. They should be ready to get their work done as soon as possible and should be able to go to great lengths for it. They should always think about the next thing and keep moving. People who are all talk and no work are less likely to achieve great things in life. Even if they fail, they can use this as an opportunity for improvement and growth.
The second factor is time management. Time is a very complex yet deciding factor to achieve something. For a young person, time passes away rather quickly. It is essential that they manage their precious time correctly. That may include following a routine, making a timetable, etc. Honing the skills that they might need in pursuit of their success is very crucial. Young achievers should not waste too much of their time in frugal activities that will not yield them a fruitful result. They should balance leisure and work.
The third factor is calculation and planning. To achieve great things one should properly engineer their path to the aim. It is necessary to have the vision to turn it into reality, which requires a plan. They should critically analyze the route to their success, so they never face a dead end. Clarity will help them get back to the tracks if they stray away from their original goals.
The fourth factor is discipline. Discipline is critical in life as it keeps you growing. It is the bridge between your goals and your accomplishment. Sheer commitment, consistency will help you achieve excellence. To build discipline, they should start with a few changes to their lifestyle and slowly build up significant changes. Discipline will resist unproductivity.
The fifth factor is flexibility. If life changes its course, they too should change their course of action. They should work in any situation without complaining, and turn things to their favor. The ability to adapt is an asset for achievers. They should be able to keep up with the ever-changing nature of the environment around them.
The sixth factor is eagerness to learn. Knowledge is power. In the endeavor of their goal, they should always be open to learning new things. Their thirst for knowledge should be insatiable, they should accept the fact that there is always something they won’t know. This also helps them grow exponentially and adds to their value. Stepping out of their comfort zone and thinking out of the box is what makes them unique.
The last factor is the mentality. It is very important for an achiever that their mindset matches their goals. Instead of feeling like a victim after a failure, they should think of it as experience. ( No Failures Only Feedback ) They should know that success is not a matter of if it’s going to happen, but a matter of when and where it is.
Accomplishing things requires a dynamic approach, and the presence of these factors in a person helps them in their journey. Incorporating these factors in a person will surely help them succeed. These factors will act as a catalyst to their success.
Concept by - Hasini Lakshminarayanan
Written by - Pallavi Singh
Edited by - Akshath Jaganmohan