Why Is Success Hard?
There are two things that keep you from success and it happens to most everyone on a daily basis. The key to overcome these barriers to success is to identify them quickly and change the way you handle them when it happens. After some practice, you will be able to conquer success and live better.
The first barrier that most people will face is trying to do everything yourself. It doesn’t matter if it has to do with life, business, or sports people always believe that they can do it better and faster themselves.
Human beings are limited by a number of things. One brain, two legs, two arms, and only 24 hours in a day are just some of the limitations humans face every day. If you can learn to leverage the strongest parts of your brain, the limits on your physical abilities and time limits of others and yourself then you will find that you can get more done and achieved in your lifetime than you ever imagined. Structuring your perceptions around your daily environment and being able to make gradual increases over time will enable you to achieve more realistic goals that will lead to even bigger achievements. Furthermore, you will feel less frustrated and more motivated.
The second big barrier to success is a dichotomy to the first big barrier to success but very interrelated but putting things off. This is procrastination and it is a big problem for most. It seems that the more you have to do will create avoidance to success.
Many people in life do not want to do certain tasks until the next day, next week, or next year but if only they had done it now instead of later they would have resulted in being further ahead. Instead, they wanted to concentrate on having fun with their friends or watching their television. There’s nothing wrong with that, except, quite often the things they left undone, needed their urgent attention. They were things that could have helped them to be ahead of schedule, or it could even have been some action that might have greatly benefited them if they’d acted sooner. This might have even opened up more time for them to spend time having fun with their friends or the opportunity to watch more television.
These are harsh realities of life and things that have a way of making sure that life remains a struggle, if you put things off by procrastinating. One simple key to success here is getting it done now not later. Do what you need to get done, whether it applies to business, career, or your personal life. Make your time a priority and give your success everything it deserves. This single action will put you so much in front of the crowd when it comes to success.
The two things that keep you from success are not hard to overcome but what is difficult for most is that it’s much easier to just let it happen than preventing them from occurring.
Procrastination in large part reflects our perennial struggle with self-control as well as our inability to accurately predict how we’ll feel tomorrow, or the next day.
Ten Strategies for Combating Procrastination. Take control of your study environment – study in a place that is free from distractions. Make a “TO DO” list.
Procrastination is a complex psychological behavior that affects everyone to some degree or another. With some it can be a minor problem; with others it is a …