Improve yourself today to become successful tomorrow: tips for development of skills and qualities you need to reach success
Most people on the planet are divided into two types: people who believe in themselves and those who don’t. The one category of people goes with the flow, while the other one achieves positive results in life.
Here are a few tips that will help you discover your potential and believe in yourself:
1. Do not complicate your life
With the help of simple logic we can conclude that our faith in our abilities has a great impact on our inferences that affect our choices and decisions. If a person on a subconscious level persuades himself that (more…)
In her new book, the author Katie Morton analyzes the habits that strengthen willpower. Here they are:
1. Make clear what is that you want
How can you know if you should “give in” or “resist” if you do not first know what the desired result of what you seek is? Clear goals leave no room for (more…)
For aspiring artists, the prospect of art school can be daunting. It’s competitive, it’s expensive – but when you get past that, it can be one of the most life-altering experiences for an artist. You get special opportunities, you make countless connections (socially and professionally), and you’ll learn about all aspects of art - you’ll get a well-rounded education, including art history, various forms of studio art, and design. Interested in art school? Read on:
A competitive edge
In the art world, people sometimes assume no degree is needed for success. That’s not to say it’s advisable – stardom, though tied to talent, almost has more to do with winning the metaphorical lottery. For most of us, it’s simply not going to happen. (more…)
History tells us that Benjamin Franklin wanted to befriend a person who did not really like him. This person was looking for a rare book, which Franklin had. When Benjamin learned about this, he let this person to borrow this rare book, and when the book was returned to the owner, Benjamin simply thanked him. As a result, they became best friends.
As Franklin used to say: “Those for whom you’ve done good once, will be ready to respond with much more good than you offered”…
2. Try asking for more than you actually need to get.
This idea is very simple and is akin to trading on the market. This will never fail to work for you. You have to augment your needs if you are of interest to someone. First, you will most likely get refused. Do not give up, and give it some time. In 95% of cases, the person who are interested in you will (more…)
1. Critical thinking
All successful leaders have a powerful skill of critical thinking. The ability to quickly assess and analyze the situation to identify the main possible problems that should be solved is the key to success in any business.
2. Creative thinking
Many leaders have different skills and talents that help them think “differently”. They have the ability to (more…)