Principles for Success Watertown NY

If you want to change your life in any area, there are five keys tosucceeding at the highest level that will not only create the change youwant to make, but also make that change sustainable and lasting.

SUNY at Farmingdale SBDC
(631) 420-2765
2350 Broadhollow Road
Farmingdale, NY
 
University at Albany SBDC
(518) 485-7647
7A Harriman Campus Road
Albany, NY
 
Otsego County Satellite
(607) 432-4500
19 Eaton Avenue
Norwich, NY
 
Jefferson Community College SBDC
(315) 782-9262
37 East Main Street on Route 96
Victor, NY
 
New York State SBDC
(518) 443-5398
22 Corporate Woods, 3rd Floor
Albany, NY
 
Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce Satellite
(315) 498-6170
572 South Salina Street
Syracuse, NY
 
Monticello Satellite
(845) 339-0025
452 Broadway
Monticello, NY
 
SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome SBDC
(315) 792-7546
572 South Salina Street
Syracuse, NY
 
Madison County Satellite
(315) 697-9817
3215 Seneca Turnpike
Canastota, NY
 
Rensselaer Chamber of Commerce
(518) 485-1647
572 South Salina Street
Syracuse, NY
 

Principles for Success

Have you ever had an area of your life you wanted to change, and youwere committed to making that change, but you still didn’t do it? Whydoes this happen? Is it because you don’t know how? Are there circumstancesthat prevent you from making that change?

While we can come up with a variety of reasons why we don’t followthrough on what we say we want to do, inevitably it boils down to ourmindset. Eighty percent of success in anything is psychology, and only20 percent is mechanics. Most people know enough to get the job done, but they’re not doing it because their psychology is not in sync withtheir goals.

If you want to change your life in any area, there are five keys tosucceeding at the highest level that will not only create the change youwant to make, but also make that change sustainable and lasting.

1. Raise Your Standards

While this may sound like a tired old thought process, none of us whoare honest can deny the truth that changes do not last long term untilthey become a part of our identity, until we literally begin to see them asthe standard we live by. Raising your standards truly means turning yourshoulds into musts. Everyone has a list of shoulds: ‘I should spend moretime with my kids.’ ‘I should spend more time with a business plan.’ ‘Ishould lose some weight.’ I should, I should, I should. People don’t actuallychange.

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