Athletes and successful people in business often possess certain qualities and habits that set them apart and contribute to their success. Here are some traits and habits that I have applied over my career in both hockey and as a broker.
- Goal-Oriented: I have a clear vision of what I want to achieve and work towards the goals with determination and focus.
- Self-Discipline: I have a strong sense of self-discipline and able to control my impulses and emotions to focus on what is most important.
- Hardworking: That success requires hard work, and I am willing to put in the necessary effort to achieve my goals.
- Resilience: To be able to bounce back from setbacks and failures and keep moving forward towards my goals.
- To manage my time effectively and prioritize my tasks to make the most of every day.
- To understand the value of building strong relationships and connecting with others.
- To never stop learning and always seeking out new knowledge and skills that can help me grow and improve.
- To adapt to change and embrace new challenges and opportunities.
- To have a positive outlook and approach to life and maintain a positive mindset even in the face of adversity.
- To have strong communication skills and be able to effectively express my thoughts, ideas, and needs to others.
It’s worth noting that success looks different for everyone, and the qualities and habits that lead to success can vary depending on the individual and the context. However, these traits and habits are often found in successful and highly effective individuals, and they can serve as a useful guide for anyone seeking to achieve their own personal and professional goals.