What extraordinary successful people do is to make them feel completely different from ordinary people! What they have done or are doing so that they have reached the pinnacle of success! Or are they at the pinnacle of success from birth? Most people think that everything depends on fate.
There are thousands of such cases. Howard Schultz, the former CEO and chairman of Starbucks, Co-founder of apple computers’ Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, the famous British businessman Richard Branson, India’s youngest billionaire Nikhil Kamath and more and more.
If physical disability is a big obstacle to success then I will definitely give the example of Srikant Bolla. The blind man, a resident of Hyderabad, India, was not allowed to sit for the IIT and NIT written competitive exams. He eventually completed his degree from MIT, US, with scholarship. After returning from the US in 2012, he founded ‘Bollant Industries Pvt. Ltd’., a company where 60% of workers are poor and physically challenged out of 450 employees.
There are also so many examples whose names you may have heard. The world’s first armless pilot Jessica Cox, famous scientist Stephen Hawking, famous deaf and dumb writer Helen Keller. Nobel Prize-winning scientist Albert Einstein. Three-time Golden Globe Award winner The Hollywood hearthrob star ‘Tom Cruise’, Arunima Sinha as the first Indian amputee to climb Mount Everest with an artificial leg, all these great people and many more belong to this category.
Winfrey was born with poverty in a rural areas of Mississippi. Saying, she was raped at the age of nine and become pregnant at 14, her son died in infancy.
Johnny Depp’s name has been heard by many. In 2012, he was set a Guinness Book of World Records as the highest-paid actor who spent his childhood like a nomad. He started smoking at the age of 12, drug at age of 14, and dropped out of high school at the age of 16.
In other words, only education does allow people to be successful! I would say no. A few examples in front of you will clear the picture. Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg have established themselves as the richest people in the world. Both billionaires dropped out of college prematurely. Henry Ford, Founder of the Food Motors Company, left both home and study at the age of 17 to work as a machinist and carpenter.
Flying Machine Inventor Wright Brothers Never Completed Secondary School Education. If keep saying, the mountain of names will be created. In this category there are great people like Walt Disney, Kapil Dev, Sachin Tendulkar.
So what are the aspects that make a huge difference between extraordinary successful people and ordinary people? What is the key to their success? What they do or have done so that they achieve so much success! We are all curious to know what is in this small percentage of people. Let’s find out what they do and what they don’t.
The following things, they try, to avoid completely:-
- They do not point fingers to others:- They take responsibility for everything that happens. Never make lame excuses, never blame others.
- They do not believe in miraculous success:- Miracles will change their lives, they will succeed, they do not believe in it at all. They constantly take action and upgrade themselves.
- They never bother about their past:- They don’t bother themself by repeatedly pointing out past failures. Take lessons from past failures and fill the rest in the black box.
- They should never give up:- Never give up until they reach their goals. Repeatedly failed but remained steadfast in their goals.
- They are not afraid to take risks:- Ordinary people keep thinking over and over again about the negative aspects of making a decision. Extraordinarily successful people like to take risks. They know ‘I can’t learn to walk unless I’m on the road’.
- They do not waste their own energy:- They never spend their energy on complaining, worrying and negative thoughts. Ordinary people give more energy to these tasks, they have a complaining mood. Always, it’s not or that’s is not, it’s responsible for it or he’s responsible for it, most of the time they are worried about all those matters.
- They are not worried about what others will think or say:- They never bother with what outsiders say or think. But that doesn’t mean they avoid outsiders. Successful people are always grateful but don’t give any importance for criticism.
- They are never jealous of others success:- If any other person succeeds, they do not suffer from inferiority complex. They are more motivated by the success of others, are really happy and even help others to succeed.
- They don’t procrastinate:- They always refrain from thinking, ‘If not today, then tomorrow’. They like to work on time.
I can claim very firmly that you have all the qualities, just wake them up and success must come to you.