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  1. The secret to success is how you handle your main tool-the brain.

    If you treat it carefully and improve it. You feed them with useful substances and impressions. Carry out regular preventive maintenance. Fully relax and enjoy physical activity.

    Then the brain itself will do the rest-it will find the way to success.

  2. Do what you like, while also learning about the similar work of competitors (or “competitors”, other people who do the same). The advantages should be adopted and deepened, and the disadvantages should be eliminated. The most important thing is to do, do, do, do. Someday, quantity will turn into quality, and quality will become a success.

    Example: you like to make pies. You have studied the work of all the pirozhkovs in the city, understood how to serve customers, and what to add to the dough so that it does not fall apart when frying. Find out how the situation with pirozhkovs is outside the city and country. Then you come up with a new filling, one, two, three. Or provide additional services (“giant pie for the whole family”).

  3. The secret is that there is no secret, no success, as independent qualities.�

    Success is exactly the same imaginary ruler as happiness, positivity, and any other construct that is used to measure people and their quality. Fashion invents hundreds of such lines over a five-year period in order to sell the “secret” of reaching the highest point in this very line and provide the buyer with conditional “happiness”.�

    But in fact, the line itself is being sold, which has no independent value. And it's also made up by some left-wing people who haven't seen you in person, but for some reason are confident that they know what you need and how to achieve it.�

    And the whole conditional secret of life and self-acceptance boils down to the fact that you come to the nearest stationery store and buy there a line of happiness/love/success/confidence/attractiveness. And then they ran around with it, applying it to the next selfie, to the salary check, to the screen of their new iPhone.�

    And there is neither pleasure in its true form, nor happiness, nor the spontaneity of beauty – only a carefully measured measure of self-confidence, which is condescendingly thrown to you by those who invented this ruler. In the end, it is not you who measure something with it, it is you who are constantly being measured and trying to keep you a few divisions away from the highest value, so that you buy further, try further, measure endlessly, spreading the idea of rulers around the world.

    And this is necessary for anyone, but not for yourself.

  4. What is the secret of success?

    To answer this question, you must first understand what exactly is a success. As Descartes said: in order to understand each other, you need to agree on terms. The whole point is that what some consider to be a success, others consider to be a failure, still others-a disgrace, still others-stupidity, still others-selling themselves, and so on. How many people have so many opinions about the subject. I will express my “conceptual assessment”)

    To me as a Christian( don't turn the page, you promised to read everyone;)) the belief in a temporary world and an eternal world is inherent. The temporary world is our life in our body on this earth. Eternal peace is our fate in the future world, the pre-existence, where everyone will receive according to what they did and how they lived while living in the body. So I look at Success from the perspective of eternity, not temporality. Based on this vision of mine, I am ready to sacrifice not so important for me temporary values for the sake of acquiring eternal ones. Without fanaticism, of course, religious radicalism and so on, but nevertheless sacrifice. For people who live only in the vision of this life, my aspirations will seem stupid. For them, success is spitting on the next life ( they don't believe in it), and having fun in this one. So it turns out that success is a relative thing, relative to the point of view that the viewer occupies.

    Here is the life of Christ-born in a stable, in a family of Jews who at that time were under the occupation of the Roman army, born in a poor family, at the age of 30 went out to preach, was rejected by the majority, arrested, tortured and crucified on the Cross… It is difficult to call such a life a success, but if you look at it spiritually, you will not find a more successful person. He has conquered the world, reigned forever, is revered at all times, and is the Lord of all..Here is such a circumstance. Here is a parable of the same thing, in brief:
    19 And a certain man was rich, and was clothed in purple and fine linen, and made a great feast every day.
    20 And there was also a certain beggar named Lazarus, who was lying at his gate with scabs
    , 21 and wanted to eat the crumbs that fell from the rich man's table, and the dogs came and licked up his scabs.
    22 The poor man died and was carried by angels to the bosom of Abraham. The rich man also died, and they buried him.
    23 And in hades, when he was in torment, he lifted up his eyes, and saw Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom
    . have mercy on me, and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, for I am tormented in this flame.
    25 But Abraham said, ” Child! remember that you have already received your good things in your life, and Lazarus has received evil things; but now he is comforted here, and you are suffering;
    26 And besides all this, a great gulf has been established between us and you, so that those who want to cross over from here to you cannot, nor do they cross over from there to us.
    27 Then he said, ” I beseech you, father, send him to my father's house,
    28 for I have five brothers; let him bear witness to them, so that they also may not come to this place of torment.”
    29 And Abraham said to him, They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them.
    30 But he said, ” No, father Abraham, but if anyone comes to them from the dead, they will repent.”
    31 Then he said to him, ” If they do not listen to Moses and the prophets, even if someone rises from the dead, they will not believe.”
    (Luke 16: 19-31)

    And what is the secret of success itself? Success is the achievement of the goals set in the conceived business. Work, patience, faith, sacrifice.

  5. Success is relative: for some it's a car, for some it's a family, for some it's recognition and fame. The most difficult thing here is to choose the right direction of movement.�

    Success is what makes us proud and happy, in my opinion. Therefore, you should strive for what makes you happy, then you will be successful.

  6. I don't know this secret. I don't know what success is, either. Above, we noted the origin of this word and the connection with the verb to have time – to do something on time and to the place. This also includes the verb “keep up”, it is very likely that the word “hurry” was once related… No, I do not know what success is. I like to win. Find the right solution. Not to harm, but to help. I like to see what turned out well and even cool. I like to overcome obstacles and exhale at the finish line-I managed to do it! But each task and route is different. And you have to start from scratch every time. So there is no secret to success. There is a secret to being adventurous, smart, and joyful.

  7. Of course, everything works out differently for everyone. For me, success is associated with recognition – at work, in society, in the family.�

    To achieve something, I work hard and am ready to work even harder, but in the end it turns out that the successful outcome of any business depends not on me, but on a combination of circumstances.

  8. The question is too abstract. Just as there is no panacea for all diseases and one cheat sheet for all subjects, so there is no formula for success “in general”.The same results in the same field of activity can be achieved in completely different ways.

    General points are only such:
    1. A system of social connections that allows timely feedback from your field of activitiesee also
    2. Proactivity. Success is the result of purposeful efforts and constant focus on the right thing.
    3. Flexibility, timely course adjustment.
    4. Correct “view” of current events, the ability to see opportunities.
    5. Perseverance and faith.
    6. Talent.
    7. Positional predisposition – being in the right place at the right time.
    8. Early start. Peaks in physical and intellectual sports, in art and in science are achieved much more often by those who started it at 3-5 years old and gave their youth and mature years to this business without a trace.
    Exceptions are rare.

  9. There is no secret to success. Just do it hard and well. Set a goal, choose a course, and move like a locomotive. And nothing more.�

    140 characters is too many in this case.

  10. Nicholas, you asked, I came to answer, but Sergey Vlasov has already kindly expressed all the most important things. I'll just add some custom settings, so be skeptical about them:�

    • do not play other people's games that do not bring you pleasure or satisfaction;

    • don't expect to be rewarded for your efforts by the people around you, the reward is inside you;

    • don't accept any rules until they are consistent with your own experience and feeling;

    • learn, never stop learning new things;

    • only you know and feel that you are moving in the right direction.

  11. The secret to success is not to share the secret of success.In other words, the more successful people there are, the fewer successful people there are.Of course, this doesn't mean that people can't share useful and useful information with you to achieve success. But they won't tell you the key or secret. Otherwise, they are not very successful. So I don't recommend that you believe those who promise you success, chewing gum,and happiness. Trust those who offer information.

  12. Nicolas, hello, you asked me to answer the question, so get it))):

    Success doesn't exist. This is an invented category for deceiving and subordinating people to some idea. Success-from the word catch up. To catch up means to catch up with someone or faster than someone. This creates the fear of losing an opportunity, “missing out”, being left behind, or being a loser. Yes, consciously you can explain it in another way. I have described to you how this happens on a subconscious level. Realizing this, I initially did not strive for success. And I didn't want to be “successful.” This helped build your own movement and set your own rules. In an effort to achieve success and wanting to become successful, you give up your Identity and simply choose some rules from the general mass in order to become like someone who is supposedly already “successful”.

    The secret of success: Sell yourself, betray yourself, learn to go head over heels, obey the rules of a certain system of success, choose from what is offered, put external status and evaluation above yourself.

    If you are satisfied with this, ask others, I don't know how to do this.

    If you are not satisfied with this secret, take a closer look at yourself, define your goals, focus on the main goal, give it all your strength and resources, do not wait for external evaluation and support, evaluate everything only with your results, evaluate your results only with efficiency and internal growth.

    There is no success, there is the ability to move effectively through life, realizing your goals and arranging your environment in the way you want it to help you move towards the goal.

  13. Do what you like and it turns out great… then you are constantly in the flow and are interested in all the new products on the topic and think and develop and do not pay too much attention to external approval or condemnation.

    You do what you think is necessary, and then – how lucky))))

    Then comes the right understanding of success – to be really competent in your field and better than most competitors… this can be supported by a career and financially, and maybe not-if you are lucky…

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