Success Is Planned

Did you know that true success takes planning? Success is not something that is usually attained overnight, nor by chance.
Most successful people have carefully calculated and planned their success; beginning with the end result in mind.
To illustrate, if you want to construct a home, you begin with the design stage - an image of the final product.
You will design your dream home and take into consideration all the necessary elements such as space, lighting, etc.
It's not until the home is designed, all the design elements laid out, and the finished product is on paper, that you can move on to the next phase.
Having the image of the final product, you can work backwards and determine your cost, and hire the appropriate people.
There is a lot of preparation that goes into building that home even before the work on the land begins! In the same way, your success should not be left to chance.
Success is attainable by all, but requires effort.
Putting forth the right action; begin with knowing the right things to do, is a key element to true success.
Sometimes people spin their wheels, but get nowhere.
Just because your wheels are spinning, doesn't mean you're out of park or neutral! Develop a plan and plan to succeed.
Most people do not know how to properly develop a plan and list out the action items needed to execute their plan.
Consider a trainer, coach or mentor because even with a plan the things that are easy to do, are also the things that are easy not to do; this can be the difference between your success or your failure.
A trainer, coach or mentor is there to hold you accountable to do the things that you set out to do.
You also need to be realistic and patient, because even with a plan, things will not always go as smooth as you planned it or expected.
Expect the stumbling stones.
By anticipating challenges in advance, when you are faced with the challenges, you will have the wherewithal to stay in the fight; always keeping in mind that final, completed end result! Just like the house, once you're out of the planning and design stage, and that foundation is laid solid deep in the ground, the actual construction of that final product will go rather quickly; and the end result is something you will love!
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