10 Misconception about Success

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Misconception 1: Some people can not be successful because of the background, education, and others.

In fact, each person can achieve success. This is just how they want it, then do something to achieve.

Misconception 2: Those who succeed do not make mistakes.

In fact, the success that it is an error, as we all had to do. However, they do not mistake it for the second time.

Misconception 3: To be successful, we must work more than 60 hours (70,80,90 ...) a week.

The problem lies not in the length you work. But what you can do

something right.

Misconception 4: You can only be successful when playing with the rules.

In fact, who make the rules? Each situation requires a different way. Sometimes we must follow the rules, but the other you are making the rules.

Misconception 5: If you always ask for help, you do not succeed.

In fact, success rarely happens in the time vacuum cleaner. Thus, with respect and acknowledge the assistance of others can help you success. And, indeed there are many such people.

Misconception 6: Required a lot of luck to succeed.

In fact, only needed a little luck. However, it required a lot of hard work, ingenuity, knowledge, and implementation.

Misconception 7: Success is when you get a lot of money.

In fact, money is only one of many benefits provided by the success. Money is not guarantee you success.

Misconception 8: Success is when all people confess.

In fact, you may be able to reach more people and other people's recognition of what you do. However, even if you only know that yourself, you remain a success.

Misconception 9: Success is the goal.

In fact, more than just a success you can achieve your objectives and goals. Say that you want to success, then ask questions "What's up?"

Misconception 10: I am successful when my trouble ended.

In fact, you may be successful, but you are not God. You still have to go through the streets up and down as your natural-in the past. Just enjoy what you achieve and live each day as is.

(Adapted from "The Top 10 Misconceptions About Success", Jim M. Allen. www.CoachJim.com).