We don’t believe success is random. Over the years we have spoken with hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, researchers, athletes, and more. We’ve learned from them – both through their stories and through the advice they’ve shared with us – and it’s quite evident that success is more likely when certain habits are present. So, we decided to ask folks to share their habits with us, especially those that they feel helped them succeed.
Robin Brailsford | Artist/Inventor/Aesthetic Engineer
tenacity. Read more>>
Wendy Fisk | Executive Director, Freelance Project & Account Manager
A positive attitude and persistence can go a long way! Over the years I learned to believe in myself and to trust my abilities whenever I’ve been presented with a challenge or new opportunity. Both professional growth and being challenged has always been important to me. I want to learn from others and better myself in every situation. Read more>>
Peter Lecke | CA licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist, and Functional Medicine Practitioner
There are so many habits that go into being successful, starting with avoiding the bad habit of viewing success only as financial rewards. For me the following habits are key to how I view my successes in life. I make a habit of being happy, inspired, and fulfilled, and of changing or eliminating those things that don’t add to at least one of these three things. I make a habit of sleeping well and exercising/being active. I make a habit of respecting myself and others – this way when challenges come along, I and those around me feel loved and supported so we can rise to meet them together. I make it a habit to wake early enough to ease into my day and enjoy my morning. This starts my day in a good frame of mind and helps avoid a hectic, “put out the fire” mindset. I make it a habit to maintain work-life balance and put time on my calendar that is for leisure, family and friends. Read more>>