How to achieve success?

If you also want to achieve success in your life then read this article till the end.

So imagine the word success in your mind and ask yourself what is the definition of success, for you, it can be anything ranging from getting accepted in your dream university to getting a job that you always wanted to have.

Well, achieving success in your life is not an easy job. I know that we are no witch/wizards that we can cast our spell and then do our little juju and tan tada we all are successful. Ultimately, that’s not going to happen. Just to be precise, there is no shortcut to success.

Now, we arrives at our main question, “What can be done?” The answer is pretty simple start from the basics and try to focus more upon it.

In other words when you sit down at your desk, it can be anywhere- in school, college, home and even offices. Just to be more productive clear out all the distractions around you. I know this is the most common advice that we have been listening almost everywhere around us but still we neglect it. Just to make my point clear let me explain with an example,

Imagine you are studying at your desk with your phone kept aside. Now a notification pops up and it says, someone posted a new picture at instagram or maybe someone reacted to your meme. You just opened your phone to check out the notification and then 1 hour passes by and you realize OKAY! Now I am tired and I am going to sleep. And your productivity level decreases to zero.

So, in order to achieve big things we have to start from small things it can be anything like- doing five minutes of meditation every day in order to remove all the stress, anxiety and  negativity or it could be as simple as getting a good amount of sleep (at least eight hours).

Just try to follow out these things and within a few days you will definitely see a noticeable change in yourself and now you will be just a few steps away from achieving what you want.

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Srishti Wadhwa

Hi! I am Srishti, an inspiring writer. Still working on transforming writing from "passion to profession". New updates every Sunday.

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