We all have ambitions for success, whether personal or professional. We all have things that we’d like to have happen in our lives. The good news is that all of those goals, ambitions and positive occurrences are possible.
Women have a lot of strengths but in some contexts the way they’ve learned to behave does them no favours. Learning how to dress for success is just the start, what we need to focus on is the language of success. This means knowing what to do or say, what to avoid and when to push ourselves out of our comfort zone.
If I ask you to write a list of successful people I wonder who would be on it? Chances are they wouldn’t be the gold medal winners or the actor who made one movie then disappeared. I suspect they would be more enduring; the one’s who do well but not at a great cost to themselves. And I can almost guarantee your name wouldn’t be on the list.
Is this all there is? Is this what I am going to do with the rest of my life? Faced with a life decision the risk is we take the first decent choice that presents itself. In order to increase the chances of success it’s helpful to be able to answer a few questions and structure a road map so that one way options. Here they are:
Whether we like it or not celebrities matter to people. They get lots of praise and attention and they often look good too. But not all celebrities are good role models. Some are famous for things we’d prefer our kids not to know. Some are blessed with captivating looks, others are good actors, and other have great singing voices. But what do they actually do with that fame for the benefit of others?
It’s exciting, it’s challenging, it’s fun. Your first book enters a world in which there is no shortage of advice and plenty of doom and gloom stories. Your book should, above all else, be an enjoyable experience for you. If it isn’t it will quickly become overwhelming and burdensome. Even so, you can’t just attack those blank sheets without some kind of thought and structure, and knowledge how it might be published.