5 Tips to Build Your Best Future

When you look to the future, what do you see? Is it optimism, possibility? Or is it stress, worry?

We are now living in a very disrupted world—a world of uncertainty, ambiguity and change. The most important thing we have to think about is how we are going to lead ourselves into the future.
Florsheim

    1. Live Courageously
      Fear is a natural and necessary part of growth. Choose to embrace uncertainty by reminding yourself what you lose when you give in to your fears.
      ReadHow Bad Do You Want the Life You Want?

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2.Articulate Your Happiness
Write down your top five happiness goals. Be specific. For example, if you want to be more present and supportive in your relationships, list out each action step to get there.
Read4 Ways to Plan Your Happiness
 

3.Practice Deliberately
Tonight, list your three biggest weaknesses. Select the one holding you back the most and make a plan to improve a little each day. Change doesn’t happen overnight; be patient but persistent.
Read5 Deliberate Steps to Master a Skill

4.Find Your Strengths
Analyze your greatest successes. Identify what you did to accomplish those goals and how it was different from the times you failed. Commit to implementing that skill every day.
ReadAnswer 3 Questions to Identify Your Strengths

5.Choose Wisely
Struggling with making sound decisions? Gather as many facts as you can, and surround yourself with trusted peers before making your next big decision.
Read:  John Addison: 5 Tips to Create Your Best Future

Courtesy: Success Magazine – success.com 

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