According to Darren Hardy, the Publisher and Founding Editor of Success magazine (April, 2014) “the success of those you admire has less to do with their inborn talents, intelligence, nature or any other gift and is more dependent on the processes for creating and reinforcing successful habits that they built into their lives and environment.” In other words, when we set up our environment and establish processes that compliment success, we soon discover that we’re more than halfway to the success we desire. Here are some processes that some of today’s most successful people have built into their lives. These are the success habits of people who are consistently manifesting their intended level of greatness.

Do the things that are easier first. Then you can actually make a lot of progress (Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook Founder).”

“Pace yourself by taking a weeklong vacation every four months (Marissa Mayer, Yahoo CEO).”

“Force yourself to prioritize so you will finish at least one critical task when you have the most energy (Tony Schwartz, CEO The Energy Project).”

Get some sleep (Arianna Huffington, The Huffington Post Founder).”

Work out (Richard Branson, Virgin Group Founder).”

Get up around 4:30 and naturally make some coffee (Howard Schultz, Starbucks Chairman, President and CEO).”

We live in a world where success can be repeated by using the same formulas, strategies, and tactics. Do what the most successful do and you’ll be successful. Do it better and you’ll manifest greatness!

So to review:

1. Do the things that are easier first.

2. Take a weeklong vacation.

3. Prioritize so you will finish at least one critical task.

4. Get some sleep.

5. Work out.

6. Get up around 4:30 a.m.

Make these six steps part of your process and you’ll find yourself manifesting greatness in no time!

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Art Jackson, Professional Speaker, Executive Coach

Art Jackson

Art Jackson is a professional speaker and executive coach. He is a recognized expert in the areas of leadership, performance improvement and interpersonal skills.

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