Habits of Super Successful People

It turns out that even brilliant, highly accomplished people are pretty lousy when it comes to understanding why they succeed or fail. In fact, decades of research on achievement suggests that successful people reach their goals not simply because of who they are, but more often because of what they do.

Here are common habits of super successful people :

  • Wake up early. Studies and interviews have shown that a majority of CEOs wake up at least before 6am on weekdays (most wakeup between 4am to 5am).
  • Exercise early too. You will feel energised for the rest of the day.
  • Meditate to clear your mind and strengthen your intuition.
  • Keep your to-do list short so you only accomplish very important tasks.
  • Cut back on meetings to save time for more important tasks.
  • Say no to make time for only the most important tasks as Warren Buffett said “The difference. between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say no to almost everything”.
  • Be willing to work 60-65 hour work weeks (one common unifying trait of all high achiever is a relentless work ethic).
  • Have a strict schedule with outlines goals every day and execute it.
  • Isolate yourself regularly to go into deep focus and get work done without distractions. A lot of good creative thinking happens away from the office desk.

Which one of the habits do you have?

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12 Comments Add yours

  1. When you no to almost everyone, it reduces the amount of persons you reach out to or doesn’t it?

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    1. GS says:

      Yes then only people who are valuable are in your inner circle. It is okay to filter if you want to be successful.

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  2. Ivy says:

    Wake up nearly and meditate to clear my mind 😉

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  3. So basically married people with kids can’t be successful

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    1. GS says:

      Hahahaha… I understand where you are coming from. We can start with making changes that we are comfortable with or have time for.

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      1. Makes sense. I feel like small habits go a long way, but it is difficult to be successful and focus on your family at the same time, especially if you’re a mother. Family must be priority. At least for me. Some people get nannies and go be successful. I can’t do that, for several reasons.

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      2. GS says:

        A mother’s physical and emotional presence provides babies with two things: protection from stress and emotional regulation, both of which are important to healthy brain development and the child’s future well-being. When mothers and fathers nurture a child, they both produce a hormone called oxytocin which is important for overall mental and physical growth. A mother is the first one to know and connect with her child. Even after birth mother is the first care-giver to her children. The way they interact with child during the early months and years leave a deep impact on child. It will get reflected in the social and emotional setting of child in later years.

        I wouldn’t have been here today if it wasn’t my mothers constant motivation. I still ask her a lot of things. She has scarified her career as a lawyer, though she could have been more successful, for my sister and I. We respect her. We Love her.

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