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5 Things Successful People Do

Posted by on December 8, 2016 — Drop A Comment


Every one craves success. In fact, 99%
percent of unsuccessful people actually
wish they are or were successful.

This is
a proven fact. When it comes to
scholarship every student wishes to be
successful academically, therefore it isn’t
rocket science or an eight world wonder
to see unsuccessful students envy there
successful counterparts.

Success in school goes beyond being
academically sound; it has a lot to do
with living a balanced life as a student.

Not having a dead social life and at the
same time maintaining good grades

TOO. Not every student is successful, it is
believed that one can’t eat his cake and
have it, it’s either you are a bookworm
or a social freak. That’s a lie, I would
share with you here timeless secrets
that has kept many successful students
successful and living a balanced life…

1) They wake early: this is an open
secret; fact is a lot of people know they
are supposed to wake early but they
don’t. Until they are forced to. Thing is,
you can’t be successful if you always
sleep in. Successful students know they
have an event filled day ahead of them
so they wake early. Please, waking early
doesn’t mean waking by 6a.m, no, that’s
not early. It means waking by 5am or
earlier. As a student waking early should
be a part of you. Waking early helps you
plan your day ahead, it helps you think
clearly too and gives you ample time to
do some exercises before the day starts.

2) Write their to do list: a to do list is a
list of what one wants to do I a day,
week, month etc. successful students
know what to do and when to do it, this
isn’t so difficult, they have a to do list.

The successful student has a time to play
with friends and joke around, he knows
when to go to the library and study, and
he knows when to attend a party and
when to read all night. This is because
he wakes early and plans his day. He
writes his to do list. I can bet you don’t
write any. Most students don’t have a
planned day; they just wake up, dress up
and leave the house. This isn’t the first
time you are getting to know about a to
do list, but you have always
underestimated the power. A to do list
should be arranged in order of
importance and necessity. Writing a to
do list is an important part of a
successful students life.

3) Stick to their plan: this is where
discipline plays a role, successful
students don’t just sit down, make a list
and go throw a party. No, they stick to
the list. Even if they have a hundred
things to do on that list, they stick to it
and fulfill them by order of importance.

Some students make this list, put it in
their bag and don’t remember it till they
are about to sleep. Some even lose it.

Successful students have mastered the
act of self control, when they make a list
they make sure they do what’s in it.
Making a list isn’t difficult, sticking to it
is. If you want to be successful, learn to
stick to your lists.

4) Prepare for the next day: at the end of
the day, successful students prepare for
the next day; they wash their clothes,
iron them, clean their shoes, and
arrange their bags and any other thing
they need for the next day. Most
students don’t do these; they just wake
up and start preparing, this often leads
to dirty or haggard clothes. That’s why
you see some supposed bookish
students come to school with rumpled
clothes or odd attires.

5) They don’t discriminate: successful
students read what’s necessary and
every other thing; they are usually
voracious readers who don’t limit
themselves to recommended academic
texts that are sometimes difficult to
understand. A successful student has a
wide knowledge base and he can say
something about almost everything.


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