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  • 7 Scientifically Proven Ways to Enhance Your Chances of Success

    The definition of success will vary from person-to-person. From some, being successful is having family. For others, success means starting and maintaining their business.

    I’m an entrepreneur just like you, working my tail off daily. Failure isn’t an option. We all want success and over the past year I’ve been fortunate enough to work with, interview and get to know many successful people.

    I’ve learned from almost every successful person that I’ve me that regardless of what your specific definition of success is, you can become more successful in your life by taking into account the seven scientifically proven techniques.

    1. Get up early.

    According to biologist Christoph Randler in an interview with the Harvard Business Review, “When it comes to business success, morning people hold the important cards. My earlier research showed that they tend to get better grades in school, which get them into better colleges, which then lead to better job opportunities. Morning people also anticipate problems and try to minimize them, my survey showed.” Randler also found that morning people are more proactive.

    While night owls have unique traits of their own, if you want to achieve a high-level of success like Jack Dorsey, Richard Branson, Tim Cook and Michelle Obama, go to bed at a reasonable hour and wake-up before everyone else.

    2. Boost your confidence by taking action.

    After investigating multiple studies that discussed the confidence gap between the sexes, Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, authors of The Confidence Code, concluded in The Atlantic that “[T]aking action bolsters one’s belief in one’s ability to succeed.” They also said, “So confidence accumulates–through hard work, through success, and even through failure.”

    When you have low self-confidence, you’re less likely to action and accomplish the goals that you have set.

    3. Be specific.

    Speaking of achieving goals, it’s been found through a 2011 meta-analysis that when it comes to goal setting, successful individuals are specific. Instead of saying “I’m going to lose weight” or “I’m going to get more clients,” successful people would say “I’m going to lose 10 pounds” or “I’m going to land three new clients within the next month.” This is something that I’ve been working on in my life and you can easily do as well. Try right now. Set a specific goal that you’re going to achieve by the end of this week.

    4. Be smart and socially adept.

    This wasn’t always the case. In 1980, for example, success didn’t correlate with cognitive ability and social skills. University of California Santa Barbara economist Catherine Weinberger, however, examined data that linked 1972 and 1992 adolescent skill endowments to adult outcomes. She compared her data to a 1999 study and discovered that “The people who are both smart and socially adept earn more in today’s workforce than similarly endowed workers in 1980.”

    5. Think positively.

    According to an article by James Clear in The Huffington Post, Barbara Fredrickson, a positive psychology researcher at the University of North Carolina, discovered that “when you are experiencing positive emotions like joy, contentment, and love, you will see more possibilities in your life. These findings were among the first that suggested positive emotions broaden your sense of possibility and open your mind up to more options.”

    But, that’s only the beginning. Positive thinking can also help you develop essential skills that you can use to improve your life to become more successful. To become more positive emotionally consider meditating, writing, and doing the things that make you happy.

    6. Develop a ‘growth mindset.’

    According to research conducted by Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck, and author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, successful individuals possess a “growth mindset” that allows them to learn from their mistakes and realize that they have the potential to achieve whatever goals they’ve set. Those with a “fixed mindset” believe that intelligence, creativity and talent can not be changed.

    You can develop a ‘growth mindset’ by working on the following steps:

    Listen to your “fixed mindset.”
    Recognize that you actually have a choice.
    Talk back to your “fixed mindset” with your “growth mindset.”
    Take the “growth mindset” and put it into action.

    7. Embrace meaningful relationships.

    The famous Harvard Grant Study followed 268 Harvard graduates from the classes of 1938-1940 for 75 years to discover the secret of leading a happy and meaningful life. George Vaillant, the Harvard psychiatrist who directed the study from 1972 to 2004, informed The Huffington Post that there are two pillars of happiness, “One is love,” and “The other is finding a way of coping with life that does not push love away.”

    But, the most important finding of the study was that the only thing that truly matters in life is relationships.

    Source: www.briantracy.com

     

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  • Top 10 Most Tough and Dangerous Jobs

     

    Top 10 Most Tough and Dangerous Jobs

    Electrician

    Top 10 Most Tough and Dangerous Jobs
    One of the most dangerous and life threatening jobs is the work of an electrician. Exposure to live electricity wires can be very hazardous. Electricians need to be closely working on circuit assemblies, overhead electricity wires, and cable harnesses. There is a fear of death due to electrocution, heights, fires, carbon monoxide poisoning, electric shocks and even explosions in some cases. Equipment that is out dated or damaged can lead to such fatalities. There is a constant irritant in the form of vibrations and extreme noises in electrical work.

    Communications-Tower Climbing

    Communications-Tower Climbing
    As a RCR Wireless News article reports, tower climbing is the deadliest job in the U.S., according to the head of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Edwin Foulke Jr. Foulke states that many fatalities occur during a tower’s erection, retrofitting or dismantling, and tend to be due to climbers not being tied to a safe anchorage point or faulty personal protection equipment.
    We take for granted how easy it is to pick up a mobile phone and call someone from almost anywhere. The fact that we share that freedom can only be attributed to the hard work of individuals who put their lives on the line everyday. They are the ones that keep the necessary infrastructure required for mobile communications growing and maintained. We truly owe them a special thanks.

    Firefighter

    Most Dangerous Job
    Firefighters, firemen are rescuers extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten property and civilian or natural populations and to rescue people from dangerous situations, such as collapsed or burning buildings. They jump in trying to save children, adults and property without a thought of protecting themselves. Buildings that burn down have asbestos content in them which is very harmful for the human body. The asbestos particles burn down and freely invade the surrounding air leading to health hazards .The body can become a host of chemicals, dust , debris, and smoke leading to dangerous diseases like mesothelioma and pleural mesothelioma. The onset of symptoms take ages to appear by then the disease is out of control.

    Fisherman

    Fisherman
    Fishing for crabs in Alaska is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world perhaps the one with the highest death toll to date. Ever wonder why crab is so expensive? Yes, the fact that the meat is rare is one factor, but another important and lesser-known fact is that the men and women who risk their lives fishing the crab in ice-cold waters face the highest on the job mortality rate.

    Truck Driver

    Truck Driving
    Truck drivers are special individuals who live on the road and travel non-stop in their mission to deliver goods worldwide. They have always faced tough road conditions, reckless drivers and sleepless nights, which can all lead to tragic circumstances.

     

    Logging

    logger
    Logging is dangerous year-round, but seasonal danger peaks in late summer and fall as most deaths occur in July, September and October. Many would rank this profession higher, as logging has been a perennial choice in top danger lists. Loggers have to march on outdoors in the extremely chilly weather. They have a very low employment growth. They work to their limits to harvest timber from the forests for the commercial industry. The tree is felled, cut, dragged, loaded to trucks and further taken away to be chopped d into smaller pieces.

    Construction Site Foreman

    Construction Site Foreman
    Construction is one of the most difficult fields in the industry. Foreman is responsible for the overall streamlining of the projects .There are fatal accidents taking place every day on the construction sites. A foreman is exposed to heights making it easy for a worker to miss a step and fall to the ground. The worker can fall from a vehicle, get electrocuted, and remain buried underground. He can be exposed to hazardous chemicals, asbestos, toxic industrial solvents, smoke and dust while at the work place.

    Miner

    Miner
    American society has shifted from industrial to more service-oriented, so “miner” is less mentioned in such lists. But this does not change anything, as this is one profession that leaves health concerns down the road and takes lives when accidents happen. Miners working in the mines are exposed to large amounts of Silica dust causing silicosis or Potter’s rot. It leads to inflammation and nodular lesions in the lungs.

    Bodyguard

    Bodyguard with gun
    The one of the most toughest jod is Boddyguard, you are paid to serve as a human shield for a president, rock star or businessman. A bodyguard is a type of security operative or government agent who protects a person or persons , usually a public, wealthy, or politically important figure from danger: generally theft, assault, kidnapping, homicide, harassment, loss of confidential information, threats, or other criminal offences.

    Painter

    Painter
    Painter holds the charge of beautifying an area using a splash of colors. But they have to climb onto precarious heights to reach areas that require to be painted. These conditions can lead to falls and injuries. Awkward postures made while painting effect the spine adversely. This leads the skeletal and muscular problems.

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