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The Keys to Higher Achievement
by Duncan Brodie

We all like to achieve and in truth achievement does not happen by chance. The good news is that by doing certain things and adopting certain behaviours, you can achieve more. I refer to these as the keys to higher achievement. Keys as you know unlock doors and they can unlock your potential. I have identified 6 keys that get you on the road to higher achievement.

1. Decide what you want

People are often vague when asked this question. Try it out with folks. I am sure that you will hear responses like more clients, a better job, more money, more time and more fun.

You need to get this vagueness out of the way and get specific.

How many clients do you want?

What job do you want?

How much more money do you want?

2. Create a vision

Creating a vision is not a set of meaningless words, which big companies often have. You need to create a vision that inspires you. What do you want to achieve in various aspects of your business, career and life?

3. Take big leaps

One characteristic of high achievers is that they are willing to take risks. Without taking some risk or taking a chance, nothing is going to change. When taking big leaps, ask your self what could happen if it is a success?

4. Believe high achievement is possible

If you do not believe that high achievement is possible, you will never achieve it. You will lock the door and no keys will open it.

5. Set goals

Goals give you milestones to measure progress. They are in effect the compass that allows you to check whether you are on or off course. Once you have that information you can start to make adjustments to keep or get you back on course.

6. Keep going

Whatever you are trying to achieve, there will be setbacks. Will you keep going or will you give up at the first sign of challenge?

Bottom Line: High achievement requires you to raise your game and move beyond your limitations. Which of the above keys could you start working on today on the road to higher achievement?


Duncan Brodie of Goals and Achievements Ltd (G&A) works with individuals, teams and organisations to develop their management and leadership capability. Sign up for his free e-course and monthly newsletter at http://www.goalsandachievements.co.uk Duncan Brodie may be contacted at http://www.goalsandachievements.co.uk



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