These are 7 habits common to all highly successful students. Take some time to think about it. Do you already have these features? If not, are you ready to change yourself to achieve better results in school and in life?
Are you capable of being the best-performing student?
Habit 1: Be proactive and responsible
You are the captain of your own destiny. If you can’t control it and lead yourself to success, no one will. Proactively try out any meaningful task; proactively find solutions to your problems. Only in this way will you be in control of the results you get in life.
Habit 2: Believe in the Incredible
Eliminate the virtual boundaries you create in your head. Dismantle the walls of possibility and believe in the incredible. These new and more powerful beliefs will yield new and better results.
Habit Three: Plan for Success
Not planning is as good as planning failure. Good results do not come about accidentally, they are the product of conscious planning and effective implementation. If you want to become succesful, you have to make plans for it.
Habit 4: study modestly
High-achieving students know how to manage their complacency. While their grades are good, they know how to stabilize their position and handle any new learning materials with an honest mind. In this way they learn effectively and acquire new knowledge and new perspectives. Most importantly, they keep their academic performance sustainable.
Habit 5: Accept the challenge
Are you afraid of challenges in life about the exam and academic obstacles such as tight deadlines and difficult assignments? Indeed, Habit V of successful students is an inherent desire for a natural desire to break through life. It’s about seeing challenges as opportunities for growth and ways to prove personal capabilities. This perception is usually activated in the minds of these students and stimulates their competitive nature. This competitiveness usually takes away the fear of failure and will take immediate action to face the challenge. This kind of “progressive” attitude is the main reason for these students to accelerate their progress in school and in life.
Habit 6: strict discipline
Self-discipline is persistence in tasks that are good for you. In most cases these tasks are difficult, uninteresting and not to your liking. Highly successful students know this so they will grind their teeth until they get the final reward. They will not give up. They will not relax.
Habit 7: Teach and be taught
Reading can stimulate understanding; practice can increase understanding; but teaching takes understanding to a new level and transcends the boundaries of most students. Very successful students know this fact. They realize that by teaching others, they can better integrate what they have learned and improve their understanding. They also realize that guiding others can help question their current assumptions, reducing their blind spots on various topics. Hence, these students are willing to develop the habit of forming peers.
Now you know how to improve on a highly successful student. Are you ready to develop these habits and achieve better results in school and in life?