Regardless of their individual pursuits, the most successful people in business all share an approach to their work that sets them apart from their peers.
Remarkably successful people tend to share — and act on — nine particular perspectives and beliefs, suggests Jeff Haden in this article for Inc. While the average person allows deadlines and schedules to dictate their activity, remarkable people find ways to make their activity the driving factor and impose their will on time. They believe that “experience is irrelevant” and “accomplishments are everything.” Failure is something they own, embrace, and learn from and while many talk about going the proverbial extra mile, they actually blow past it.
“Every time you do something, think of one extra thing you can do — especially if other people aren’t doing that one thing,” Haden writes. “Over time, that’s what will make you incredibly successful.”