How to go from Quitter to Go-Getter

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Success is an attitude, an attitude you carry about you and your life. We all have moments of sheer self-confidence, and moments of losing it all. There is fear, frustration, the urge to give up and try something simpler. To reach the level of success we desire, we have to bear both.

  • Embrace your mistakes and accept failure
    One of the most important things you can do is track your result. Experience is also about discovering who sands by you in tough times, and who leaves according to their convenience. Failures point out your flaws and mistakes, so that you can work on your weak areas. You may make wrong decisions, but you will always gain an experience out of it. You’ll learn, you’ll progress, and you’ll grow. It takes time and hard work, after all even Rome wasn’t built in a day!
  • BE consistent and pay your dues
    Good things come to those who work consistently every day, with small efforts, repeated daily. You don’t wait for things to happen magically. You do your bit, and then wait. You wait for the results after you’ve put in all your efforts.
  • Chuck out the negativity
    Negativity is easily adopted by our minds. The essence of your soul lays your optimism and strength. How you manage to stay firm to the ground even during a storm is the real challenge.
  • Focus on building your strengths
    Your goal is to master the skills which take you forward. You should always be looking at improving yourself.
  • Manage your time efficiently
    The best way to achieve efficient results is by managing your time. Create systems. Be ruthless with time. Record how you currently spend your time. You must know what works for you. By doing this, you know what gives you best results. It’s that simple.
  • Be bravely sincerely to yourself
    If you want the world to believe, you first have to believe in yourself; you need to be true to yourself; brutally honest. You are confined to the walls of yourself.
  • Stop procrastinating and start working
    To begin with, it is important for you to examine your environment and look for disturbances. You have to create an environment which is calm and productive.
  • Practice gratitude
    On the road to success, there will be many setbacks. A person with a strong character is the one, who is thankful and shows gratitude. Let us take a moment to thank everyone who helped us become who we are today, from the words they have said, to the things they’ve done for us.


Anum Yoon is the founder and editor of Current on Currency. She loves all things personal finance, which is why you'll find her work all over the PF blogosphere.

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