Order, Structure and Discipline
In this era of endless media content that yearns for attention in the form of social media ‘likes’ and other nonsense countless tales of a starry eyed dreamers stumbling onto a successful venture are promoted daily yet for those who are accomplished it comes through a well orchestrated plan of attack and years of dedicated work.
Said most simply, success does not come by chance.
Success is a habit where small parcels of positive habits spur a domino effect towards a goal fulfilment yet always reliant upon order, structure and discipline. Each of these traits, albeit they may be quite small in isolation, form a pathway to greatness. Sadly, positive habits and other issues of character development have been lost in a society that has confused ‘painting outside the lines’ as freedom of thought.
Order, structure and discipline are the hallmark to success. Systems of success build through endless strains of interoperability, where capabilities in a seemingly unrelated area, later positively influence another. The smallest trait or basic habit may be an angle of response that sets a whirlwind off and a successful venture.
There are many key links in the pathway to success, some minor habits that few consider but quite possibly, from the broadest of broad vantage, the most important is visioning the victors’ podium. What stands atop is a matter of personal wishes, setting and environment, but to be successful you must first believe in your abilities and set a course.
Ultimately, this comes down to the direction you are going, is the direction you are looking Your tomorrow starts today.
Prepared by John Davies
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