#7: They keep things simple.
Several marketing studies have shown that when a consumer is faced with more product choices, the less products they will buy. After all, narrowing down the best product from a pool of three choices is certainly easier than one hundred different choices. If the purchasing decision is tough to make, most people will just give up. Likewise, if you complicate your life by giving yourself too many choices, your subconscious mind will just give up.
The only simple solution that you have is to simplify. If you’re trying to make a decision about something in your life, don’t waste all your time evaluating every last detail of every possible option. Choose something that you think will work and give it a shot. If it doesn’t work out, learn from the experience, choose something else and keep on moving forward.
#8: They focus on making small, continuous improvements.
How do you eat an elephant?
The Answer: One bite at a time.
This philosophy holds true for achieving your biggest goals. Making small, positive changes – eating a little healthier, exercising a little, creating some small productive habits is an amazing way to get excited about life and slowly reach the level of success you aspire to.
And if you start small, you don’t need a lot of motivation to get started either. The simple act of getting started and doing something will give you the momentum you need, and soon you’ll find yourself in a positive spiral of changes – one building on the other.
#9: They measure and track progress.
Figure out what your number one goal is and then keep track of the things that directly relate to achieving that goal immediately. On a weekly basis, plug the numbers into a spreadsheet and use the data to create weekly or monthly trend graphs so you can visualize your progress. Fine-tune your actions to get those trends to grow in your favor.
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