“If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want and copy what they do and you’ll achieve the same results.” ~ Tony Robbins
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How do you define success? We live in a culture who seems to validate success as accomplishing something huge (think Steve Jobs and Bill Gates), but what about the teacher who inspires their students to go to college, the mother or father who has decided to stay at home to raise their family?
If you want success—however you define it or what would be a success for you—you need to have a vision. What drives you to do what you are doing? If you can answer that question, you will have the momentum to reach your goals. Ask yourself, what are you here to do? What drives you to keep moving forward? Discover what you are capable of. Keep challenging yourself to be better than you were the day before.
According to Tony Robbins, you create your life through the rituals you perform daily. It is through your daily habits where the power is. Look at the huge challenges in your life and break them down. What kind of changes could you master in your life if you completed a small task each day to take you towards your goals?
Raise the standards for your life and create rituals around what you want to have and what you want to experience in life.