1. Strategic High-Achieving Women don’t ‘do clutter’: She may have a bit of chaos in her wardrobe or she may have an untidy desksecrets of strategic high achieving women The Secrets of Strategic High Achieving Women from time to time, but that’s not how a high-achieving woman lives.
The high-achieving woman has a clear mind, clear thoughts and a clear desk that’s ready to go.
She does not have ‘tidy my desktop’ at the top of her ‘to do’ list. She has ‘Meet Mr. Jones regarding a new sales program’.
What could you do to start getting rid of your clutter?
How could you clear your mind to be ready for action?
What would you achieve first once you were on the start line?
2. Strategic High-Achieving Women don’t drift: When they think about success and the times they have been successful, they are usually thinking about the goals they set and then completed.
These goals can be large or small, it doesn’t matter. The success comes in having set and achieved them and then noticing when they are reached.
Always strive to set bigger goals – learn to stretch your goal-setting muscles.
High-achieving women aren’t afraid to break their goals down into small stepping stones and they aren’t afraid to plan well in advance for success.
What can you do today to stop the drifting in your life?
3. Strategic High-Achieving Women don’t focus on failure: How easy is it to focus on what’s gone wrong?
High-achievers think about what’s going right and then they build on that. Even when things go ‘wrong’, they learn from their mistakes. High-achievers focus on what they can do differently the next time in order to reach the mark.
Maybe your painting didn’t sell at that gallery, but how many people get the chance to be in an exhibition at a premier gallery.
Maybe your cake didn’t rise as you wanted it to, but your friends still had a great evening.
High-achievers always focus on how they’re going to feel when they have reached the pinnacle of their success. Every time they need to make a decision, they think about how they’d make it to the success finish line in the past.
You’d be surprised at what decisions a high-achieving woman will make to achieve their definition of success.
So what’s your next step?© Copyright 2014 Laureen Wishom