The first 10 hambits of successful students

You don't think what differentiates the success from the vanos? As Aristotle offers, these are our good habits that lead to our achievements, not to our individual actions. But what habits, exactly, will lead us to where we want to be in our lives? Here are ten of them that can help you assess how successful you are (or, rather, how well you've been able to become)!

1. Be Early Bird (Who Catches the WORM)

While this old saying can make your eyes, it's nothing but the truth! For example, Tim Cook, Apple CEO, usually starts his work day at 4:30 in the morning. Friedrich Nietzsche was not in bed at 4:30 in the morning. I'm the first to admit that I'm not Nietzsche-the prospect of a record can't get me into bed at 4:30 in the morning. However, the awakening at the beginning allows us to achieve more in the course of the day. Try to wake up 15 minutes early every morning, and you will soon find yourself with an extra hour or two products

2. Take Goliath

Studies show that our brains are most productive at a certain time of day. Successful people define their peak hours and adopt their metaphorical glorians-their most complex and analytical tasks. On the other hand, the research suggests that the best time for creative work is the time when consciousness is exhausted. For example, the author of the New York Times, Michael Lewis, prefers to write from 19:00 to 19:00 and 4:00 AM

Another habit that puts successful people above others is their ability to set targets. They not only install them, but they also recorded, divided each target into several stages. Grant Cardone, a multimillionaire entrepreneant, writes its goals several times during the day to keep his focus and the motivations

" We do what we do all the time. In such a case, perfecting is not an action, but a habit. "-Aristotle

At this stage, we are all aware of the benefits of a healthy diet for our physical, mental and emotional well-being. Successful people recognize this and provide their bodies with fuel for success. According to a study published in Tom Corley's book

Anna Winter, editor of Vogue, plays tennis every morning at 5:45. Successful people realize that this exercise is useful not only for their physical well-being, but also for their mental faculties. Research indicates this

In an interview with Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, they asked, "If you had one superpower in the world, what would it be?" They said they wanted to be the fastest readers in the world. When asked why, they claimed that reading would allow for trial and error in life (sometimes), studying the mistakes of others. Moreover, it is an excellent tool for personal growth. Successful people are greedy for knowledge, and they have read because they know that learning is a desire for life, not just academic

7. Mind Over Matter

Let us be honest: people are lazy. However, students are often more likely to grow up. We make excuses for why we cannot work, or simply believe in our future, to achieve what we do not want to do today

Author E. B White B White is quoted as saying: "A writer who waits for the ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting the word on paper." And it doesn't just apply to the record. Successful people just learn how to overcome them-they work even when they don't want to. They do what they have to do. A successful understanding of the importance of a mental presence in each task and their recognition

Your network ultimately determines your network. Successful people see that the network can provide them with rare opportunities, so they make it a habit of adding value to their circles, connecting and collaborating with others

Judy Robinette, author

9. You know your time

While "sleep time" sounds like something reserved for children, people who are successful and focused are sleeping well. Time for bed doesn't necessarily mean he'll sleep early. It's just a time when you're going to bed, no matter at 8:00 am or 2:00 a.M. Not only does the maintenance of a coherent sleep guarantee that you get enough rest, but also synchronize your internal watches, maximise and regulation of productive hours

10. Believe in Yourself

Although all tools can be successful, you will not be able to achieve your goals without the belief that you can do it

The author and neurobiologist Joe Dispensa says, "If you say I'm rich, I'm beautiful, I'm unstoppable, but your emotional state is in fear, your body is in opposition." Successful people believe in themselves, their abilities and their future. So believe in yourself and find out that you are capable of knowing that you are a wonderful person!

* Views expressed in respect of the author, and not necessarily for the "Student life" or their partners

Kylie-Anne Grube (Kylie-Anne Grand)-English speaking English, at the university, she often finds a curvature with a good book and likes to write stories and poetry in his magazine. "Kylie" becomes a professional writer or editor for one day