How do you inspire success?

Success is something we all chase to achieve. Jumping over the challenges and standing back from failures moving toward the aim is not that easy as it sound. It need a lot of courage to stand back and start again when failure hit you so hard. It need so much power to keep focus on the goal and jump over the challenges that can push you hard to think again to be on a path that you decided.

Success don’t come overnight it need consistency of hard work and patience with clear vision. I believe we all need to follow some rules to stay on track to inspire success and I am sharing some of the principles to follow and practice in daily life.


5 principles to inspire Success

  1. Believe in yourself Never doubt your strength, never underestimate yourself. You are way more powerful than you think. Always stay loyal and true to yourself and trust your gut.
  2. Be Risk Taker- Don’t sit back in thinking of falling. It’s ok to be afraid but you must get down into the well to dig deep for water. Come out of your comfort zone to find new ways, new experiences, and to meet your strength.
  3. Watch Your Limitations- We all are limited, no is like everything to everyone always. There is no shame to ask for help where needed. And learn to say “No” where required.
  4. Work Hard- We all know this work hard pays its worth. It is important not to give up on your shore and if you fail this time, just jump back in the ocean with more power.
  5. Be Kind and respectful to everyone- I don’t think this needs any explanations. Disrespectful and egoist person can never achieve the crown of success.

Never stop dreaming and working on your dreams. Vision will help you to achieve great things and hard work will help you to build that dream exactly as you wished for.

Comment down if you have more suggestions, great rules, mantras or practices to inspire success in our life.

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Tamanjeet Singh

8 thoughts on “How do you inspire success?

  1. I actually enjoyed the relative brevity of your post. Such an important, grand and universal subject could instantly demand a much longer analysis and explanation, but you have chosen well your summary of the various factors and given the readers plenty of space for their own interpretations of the things you describe and how we see them in our own lives.

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    • Thank you woody! Your words gave me a fresh look towards my own post. Yes the post is too short for such subjects and that is because I am not that well writer yet, still so many things to learn from all of you.
      Thank you once again keep in touch.😊

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  2. I think the post is better because it is brief. Each writer finds their own style over time and it can even change and develop more later as we learn from each other. Short pieces with enough important information to get the reader thinking is the style I like best. We lead the reader, giving just a little direction and they might agree completely or they might add some things or even disagree, either way we can learn. I liked the way you described the subject and didn’t flood the post with lots of unnecessary extra points. In this way you have shown great respect for your readers & given them food for thought.

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  3. Tamanjeet, i like the point about being aware of limitations. If i can, I’d like to add listening to feedback continuously and improving from these feedbacks. They’ve saved me from a lot of pain in the past. Of course there’s also a thin line to separate the noise from feedback.

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