The Keys to Success
Are Quite Simple

Key to Success

  • Be willing to work harder than others, but keep yourself happy along the way.
  • Learn to love to learn. Be hungry to learn more. Learn more than your competitors.
  • Learn to love what you do. You may not be in a job position that you love, but if you can learn to love what you do, you’ll be more creative and content.
  • Remember the “Like Factor.” It’s not luck that makes you successful; It’s “likeability!”
  • Keep your life in balance so you can survive on the competitive treadmill. Without balance, life can pass you by before you know it. Even if you can only find 20 minutes a day to do the things you enjoy and the things that keep you healthy, that’s a good thing.
  • Put meaning and purpose into your life. Help others become successful. Do more, give more, be more. Never settle for mediocrity. Here is a reprint of something I wrote a few months ago: We each have a life to live – and hopefully, one that has meaning, purpose, and direction. Our work and our jobs are important, but it should never be what defines us. What defines us is what kind of person we are. Think of it this way: You are behind the wheel of your life. Always take the high road – the one most honest, ethical, giving, sharing, and caring. Be the kind of person God would want you to be. As you drive, give others the gifts of self-esteem, laughter, and the wisdom your have obtained on that high road. Be the best father, mother, friend, neighbor, partner, boss and coworker you can possibly be. Shower those you love with love. Do unto others. Respect people, animals, our beautiful blue planet called Earth, and the environment. Keep a smile on your face even when you don’t feel like it. Then, you will have a life with a purpose.
  • Put energy and enthusiasm into your work and your life.
  • Keep things in proper perspective. Accept what you can’t change and don’t sweat the small stuff. Avoid excessive worry. Worry will not change the outcome of what will, or what will not happen.
  • Do unto others. Simple.
  • Take it one day at a time.

Success doesn’t buy you happiness. Happiness buys you success.
 
 

About Christine Corelli

Christine Corelli is a motivational, keynote, business, leadership, sales, and customer service speaker, sales trainer, and author of six business books. As a keynote speaker, she is known for her high energy and interactive speaking style.

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