Context: Steps to Success

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Steps to success:
Majority of people aspire to lead a successful career and life. But what is success and how can we fulfil such desires in life? Success is defined as an achievement of intention; the accomplishment of something planned or attempted. Your future and journeys in life could differ for the better if you take initiative and change your perspectives on aspects such as attitude or your view of things as that could help you achieve a successful journey. Undertaking this procedure to attain a successful goal in life will also take time, effort and commitment as to accomplish a satisfying result will be a journey that is long but satisfying in the end. Step 1: Desire

Become desirable. In order to become more desirable towards your future goals you need to become dissatisfied with where you are at. Your attitude is the strongest aspect about you, therefore being dissatisfied of your current position will motivate you to become more desirable towards being satisfied; whether it is being disappointed with your 80% average on tests and exams or dissatisfied with your current wage, these dissatisfactions will evoke you to change for a better future. Bill Cosby was a man that had achieved numerous goals in his life time; he was an American comedian, actor, author, television producer, educator, musician and activist and he had quoted ‘In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than you fear for failure.’ Step 2: Documenting Goals

Write down your goals. This is vital as then you are certain and sure that these are the goals you want to succeed. Habakkuk said, ‘Write the vision and make it plain’. Study shows that only 15% of Australians have their goals written down and reviewed daily, this may be why 15% of Australian are successful in earning 85% of all the wealth in Australia, and also the reason why that the other 85% of Australians are sharing 15% of the wealth. Step 3: Clarification

You must be clear of your objectives, goals...
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