Exceptionally prosperous individuals succeed because of the structures that govern how they think, how they work, how they play, how they interact with others, how they live.
Success is not an act. It’s a habit. It’s repeated good habits. It’s being aware of creating good habits, and staying dedicated to them.
When someone first starts running, they don’t go out and finish a marathon. They build up stamina. They become lighter. Their body becomes accustomed to running.
It’s about building up an entire being that is directed to succeeding.
Rather, they create harmony.
Exceptionally prosperous individuals see what resources they have, and maximize those tools’ usage.
Whether it’s connections, assets, or their time, exceptionally prosperous individuals make the most of what they can.
Awareness. Conscientiousness. Mindfulness. Congeniality.
Exceptionally prosperous individuals pay attention.
Exceptionally prosperous people see challenges as opportunities to grow and succeed. Rather than recognizing problems, they go one step further and find ways to conquer them.
Ron Swanson once said: “Never half-ass two things. Whole-ass one thing.”