Some people seem to succeed more quickly than others, and maintain success over decades, where others fail to do so. But why is it that this small sub-sect of highly successful people seems to be so varied? For instance, some will be found to be leading lives of contentment while there are those who are constantly stressed. Roar Ambition investigates how the next set of entrepreneurs could find the balance between success and happiness.
A combination of the type of successes one would hope to achieve and happiness is something we would all like to attain. The problem, however, is finding out how to create this feeling. Roar Ambition believes that it takes a few habits to be used in one’s working life and their personal life to create the conditions necessary to achieve this ideal balance.
Roar Ambition list six habits that can be used:
High performers are not innately hardwired with a sense of clarity that allows them the ability to tackle every little task, thrown their way. Instead, they look for clarity, whether this is from mentors, their peers, friends, family, or their employees. Through this, one will be better able to navigate through distractions and focus on priority areas.
Research shows that people lose energy throughout the day. By 2 or 3 pm they will begin to show signs of lagging, and by the end of their day, they will be done for the day. But very productive people do not react quite the same way. These types of people may take quick breaks, meditate; they take short breaks that allow them to relax and then refocus on the next task.
Before any major activities, high performers raise the psychological necessity regarding why it is important for them to perform well. Watch an interview with a sports star or high performing athlete, and it is common for responses to the question of what motivates them with a comment that associates the individual with a deep sense of identity to excel or win at whatever they are doing. e.g. they are sprinting for a parent or family. To become a high performer, raise the necessity, for instance, that one is doing this for a partner or for the customer so that performance reaches a standard of excellence.
High performers increase the outputs that have any value. Strip down on any of the unnecessary variables and increase the quality of the things that have survived the cull. The idea is to keep the main ideas or attributes as the focal point for our efforts.
High performers develop influence by teaching people how to think and by challenging them to grow.
In the face of difficult scenarios, high performers tend to speak up for themselves; they share their truth and ambitions more often than others do. They will speak up for others and share. They are able to handle struggles as they tend to expect struggles and difficult situations. Have the courage to stay the course and overcome obstacles.
Liverpool based, Sales and Marketing firm, Roar Ambition try to build these winning qualities in their contractors through their dedicated series of workshops and business development programme. The group aims to create an environment that nurtures the very best traits for young entrepreneurs to be inspired in future pursuits. Roar Ambition use company culture and night out for young professionals to take well-earned rests and build confidence to succeed in the sales industry.