There are clear differences between mediocre people and successful people’s daily habits. Successful people have daily success habits that help them to move toward their goals, whereas mediocre people have daily mediocre habits that keep them confined to a life of mediocrity.
Below I will highlight the daily habits between the two groups. Use this information to see which group you currently reside in and make amendments where necessary so that you may live life on a different level.
|Mediocre People||Successful People|
|Talk Orientated||Action orientated|
|Read negative news||Read success related news|
|Read negative newspapers||Read success magazines|
|Don’t read books||Read success books|
|Listen to music||Listen to motivational/personal development videos|
|Play computer games||Take action|
|Discuss people||Discuss ideas|
|Watch excess amounts of TV||Tack action|
|Sleep too much||Rest well|
|Wake up late||Wake up early|
|Small talk||Take action|
|Time wasting||Take action|
|Love entertainment||Love action and self-education|
|No schedule||Clear schedule for their day|
|Lack of focus||Focused on success|
From the table above, we can see that successful people are action takers and mediocre people are lazy. Lack of focus on becoming successful is what keeps people engrossed in the sheep life.
Schedule your days ideally on the weekend and be very intentional about your days. Every day you should be focusing your time on those tasks/activities that will have a major impact on your life and will help you to achieve your goals. Eliminate the unnecessary things from your life and do not be like the majority who spend major time engaging in minor things and then they wonder where their day has gone.
Many behave as though they have a thousand years to live, time is finite. So take action and get started on accomplishing the things you want to achieve. Time waits for no one, make the adjustments where needed and be success orientated in your daily habits.
Check out the video from Robin Sharma in regards to daily habits: