The Six Principles for Success

The Six Principles for Success

  1. Always know your Outcome
    Know exactly what you want to achieve ( you do not need to know exactly how you will get there, but what is the outcome you want to have). Be clear.

    Don’t think about what you don’t want, and instead think about what you DO want.
  2. Take Real Action
    To reach any goal, you must take action. If you want to grow on social media, well you have to post on social media. You don’t have to have an exact content plan and schedule to succeed. 1 single reel could literally go viral and get you 100K followers in 1 week. But if you don’t post the reel that could go viral, then it won’t.
  3. Pay Attention to your results
    There is no failure, only feedback.

    Every single experience is full of lessons that you can use to get the results you want. Instead of thinking as something failing, think of it as an opportunity for growth, getting you closer to the thing that DOES work for the results you want.
  4. Be willing to change
    If you want to change your outcomes, you’ll have to change your actions and behaviours. What you have been doing so far, hasn’t gotten you the results you want, so be willing to make change.
  5. Focus on excellence
    Always assume the positive outcome.

    Like we talked about in the previous lesson, if we expect the worst, that is what we will get. We will be acting from those filters that tell us we will fail.

    Our positive expectation and showing up to act as if you are confident ( you can try standing up straight or in the superman pose) or being in a good mood by putting on your biggest smile and holding it there.

    Those actions are creating new filters in your mind and the cycle of filtering changes to become more positive.

    Use the I AM statements here for the outcome you want.

    I AM confident
    I AM rich and respected
    I AM someone who shows up daily as my authentic self
  6. Always live with gratitude and integrity
    Two of the most powerful energies to emmulate.

    Gratitude is magnetizing and attracts more positive things into your life.

    Integrity means that your word is law. You do what you say you are going to do. Not just for other people, but for yourself.

    What promise can you make (and keep!) to get you closer to your outcome?

    How can you show your gratitude for what has already arrived?