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5 Weird Habits of Successful People

WEIRD HABITS ............. 5 WEIRD HABITS OF SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE Who knew that oddball business practices could help you reach professional triumph? The proof is in the CEO pudding: From Steve Jobs to Seth Godin, many high achievers' habits are anything but conventional. Could adopting these entrepreneurs' 5 weird habits launch you to business success? They think backward Realize your goa! by starting at the finish line. Successful people, like rocket scientists, define their desired outcome first, then reverse engineer the steps and strides needed to get there. They like to repeat themselves, a lot REPEAT Once you score a success, why stop there? Successful people try to figure out ways to replicate that win. 3. They cut corners Step one: Succeed. Step two: Repeat the same results, but faster, easier and cheaper than before. There's a fine line between fig. 1. cutting corners and cutting quality, though. Make sure you recognize the difference. WORKING They are quitters Bye! NOT WORKING Leaders quit a lot by keeping a keen eye on what's not working. Once they identify the thing sucking energy, money and resources from their business, they cut it out, and fast. 5. NO NO NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO They say "no" more often than they say "yes" Successful people constantly say "no" to anything and everything not in support of the one great opportunity they're focused on. If your goal is to grow giant pumpkins, growing giant melons as well will distract you. PUBLISHED ON OPENFORUM.COM OPEN Forum DESIGN BY PAPERCUT.FR TEXT BY MIKE MICHALOWICZ FINISH

5 Weird Habits of Successful People

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Many c-level executives have distinctive formulas to reach business success, and some of the techniques are surprisingly peculiar. Does your pursuit of corporate victory by way of traditional practice...

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