Here's the thing: the most successful people have defined their personal goals and have developed positive daily habits to help them reach these goals.
They don't wait for life to present them with opportunities for success. They create opportunities and expect success. They have a vision, and they've plotted out the daily, weekly, and monthly actions to make the vision a reality.
If you examine the lives and habits of some of the most successful people -- people like Steve Jobs, Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, or Mark Zuckerberg -- you'll see they have many things in common.
Each of these people defined what they wanted and were determined to make it happen in spite of challenges and roadblocks along the way.
In my own life, both for my career and personal life, I've written down specific outcomes I wanted to achieve, and (for the most part) I've made these things happen because I created an action plan and followed through with it.
Building my business, writing and publishing books, moving to a new city, building a house -- all of these began with a vision, a firm goal, and a series of habits and action steps.
We all know intellectually that having goals and habits leads to success, but do YOU actually put this knowledge to the test?
Do you know how to implement strategies on a daily basis to propel you closer and closer to what you want to achieve?
Accomplishing your goals and dreams requires a commitment to specific habits -- habits that have proven time and time again to lead you to results.