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How to Become a Success

Updated: Jun 16, 2021

As a coach I feel it is vital for me to create a successful coach-client relationship and client driven action plan. To be SUCCESSful, begin with these strategies:

S is for specific goal: It is easier to check off a specific achievable goal rather than a broad goal which may carry too many moving unattainable parts to its success. Do not set yourself up for failure. Create small goals that you can accomplish with a smile.

U is for bringing about unity: Approaching success with the mindset of unifying instead of conquering and dividing. This will bring you peace and possibly pleasure with the result of the success. When everything is aligned, and you are successful then it is a pleasure to pay it forward.

C is for communication: Author/motivational speaker Jim Rohn says, "Words do two major things: They provide food for the mind and create light for understanding and awareness." Words can heal or hurt so understanding how to effectively communicate will take your success to a higher conscious and your heart sing.

C is for collaboration: Being open to collaborating will open new doors to your success instead of having a door slam shut because you were not open minded enough to allow for growth.

E is for engaged: Success cannot happen if you are not engaged with it. As Eckhart Tolle says, “Life is the dancer and you are the dance.”. So, become engaged and excited and execute a solid successful dance.

S is for synchronicity: Believe that there is no coincidence. Synchronistic moments are signs that you are on the right path of success. Do not ignore what the universe is placing in your path.

S is for simple: When creating a specific, unified, communicative, collaborative, engaged synchronistic focused success it is simple to repeat the sequence again and again. Work simply smarter not harder.

In this time of chaos and uncertainty – be certain of your goals and success. Share a successful moment and share it with gratitude and joy.

“Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.” -Helen Keller

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