How To Become Successful, or at Least Not a Complete Loser


You’re reading this post because you want to be successful. Good for you! We’ve all been there. But here’s the thing: being successful is hard. It requires effort, persistence, and patience—and even then, it doesn’t always work out the way we want it to. So what if you want to be successful but don’t have the time or energy to take on another full-time job? Is there a shortcut? In this post I will show you how easy it can be if you just follow my instructions!


Getting what you want is not the same as being successful. Success in life does not always go to the most talented or intelligent person.

A friend of mine is a very talented musician, for example, but he lacks many social skills and has had difficulty securing a job as a result of this. On the other hand, I know someone who struggles with basic math problems but makes more money than either my friend or myself because she was willing to work hard at getting her desired career established, even if it took her several years longer than either one of us initially imagined it would take (and even though she didn’t want that job).

It’s important that you understand there are many paths to success and failure; some people will succeed without getting what they wanted while others fail despite achieving their goals and dreams. If you feel like your life isn’t going anywhere right now but don’t know how else things could be different—perhaps because you’re young and haven’t yet figured out what kind of path suits your personality best—there’s no need to stress about it too much yet.

Successful people are willing to do things that unsuccessful people are not.

Successful people are willing to do things that unsuccessful people are not. They are willing to take risks, ask for help, and even do something that makes them uncomfortable. Successful people have learned how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable as a way of life.

If you want to be successful, you have to get over yourself and your fear of change. You have got to stop doing what is comfortable and easy for you, and start doing things that will make you uncomfortable but will ultimately benefit your life in some way or another!

Successful people are good at learning from their experiences, from good and bad ones.

Successful people are good at learning from their experiences, from good and bad ones. They don’t let failures keep them from trying again. They don’t let bad experiences stop them from enjoying good ones. They don’t let other people’s bad behavior keep them from enjoying the situations they’re in.

Successful people understand that learning is part of life and if you don’t learn something new every day, then you aren’t living as fully as you can be—and that’s a waste of time!


Be good at recognizing when you’re having a good experience, even if it’s just for a short moment.

Life is full of bad experiences. If you’re not struggling with some kind of adversity, it’s probably because you’ve chosen to ignore the fact that there are many ways to experience the world—and not all of them are good.

The truth is that most people spend far more time dwelling on their problems than enjoying the successes in their lives. That’s why we all need reminding now and again that even if things aren’t going your way right now, it doesn’t mean they won’t eventually get better—or at least be okay again soon enough.

Don’t let other people’s bad behavior keep you from enjoying the situations you’re in.

It’s easy to get caught up in what other people are doing and thinking about, but if you let their actions or opinions dictate your own, then you’ll never be able to make yourself happy. You should never define yourself by other people’s opinions of who you are or what they think of the way that you act. If someone says something negative about your appearance or personality, don’t let it affect how much self-respect and confidence in yourself that you have. Instead of letting others determine how successful or unsuccessful we are as individuals, it is much more important for us to focus on being proud of ourselves and staying true to our beliefs while still being kind towards those around us even if others aren’t always kind back towards us at first glance (or even second glance).

Good opportunities can come out of unexpected situations.

The unexpected is all around us. A friend who works in your industry might be looking for a new job, and you could help them transition into something that suits them better than the one they currently have. A hobby or interest can turn into a career opportunity if you’re willing to put in the time and effort necessary to make it happen. Opportunities will come out of nowhere, but only if you’re open-minded enough to grab onto them.

You have to learn how to trust yourself—there’s no room for doubt when there are good opportunities floating around everywhere! You may have had an experience where something didn’t work out exactly as planned, but don’t let this keep you from enjoying more good experiences (and trying new things). If someone asks whether or not they should do something exciting and different in their life, say yes first!

Make some time for activities that you enjoy.

It’s important to make time for activities that you enjoy. If you’re in a rut and feeling a little stuck, try something new. You never know when something might click and become your new favorite thing. Don’t be afraid to say yes to yourself when someone asks you if you would like to come along with them on an adventure or try something new!

Don’t hesitate to try something different or unusual, like a new dish, television show, activity or activity partner.

The second of my tips is to try new things. Don’t be afraid to do something that you think is a little unusual, or even out of character. This can make a huge difference in your life!

When I was younger and still living at home, I would have never thought myself capable of doing something like making my own sushi rolls. But one day I had some time on my hands and decided to give it a shot—and it turned out great! Now we’re talking about making sushi together every night before bedtime: me, my brother and our mom (who also loves the idea).

The point is that trying new activities can help you learn new skills—and those skills might just turn out to be useful in your future career.

Don’t be afraid to say yes to yourself when someone asks you to do something you really want to do, even if it seems strange or out of character at first; it might be more in character than you realize.

When I was in college, I was a part-time actress and model who worked as a hostess at a local restaurant on weekends. One day my manager asked me if I could work an extra shift that week because one of the other girls had called out sick. She needed someone who could come in at 4 pm instead of 2 pm like our usual shifts were scheduled. The only problem was that my theatre class ended at 1:30 pm every Wednesday afternoon, and the restaurant didn’t open until 5 pm!

I would have loved the opportunity but there was no way I could make that shift work with my schedule unless I skipped class altogether—and we all know how much fun being kicked out of your major is! But instead of giving up on this great opportunity because it seemed impossible or inconvenient, I said YES!

Engage with others frequently and listen carefully to what they have to say; it might inform your experiences.


When you are engaged with others, listen carefully to what they say. Ask them questions if you don’t understand something. Don’t feel like you have to agree with everything they’ve said just because it’s what the crowd is saying. And don’t be afraid to disagree with them either—that’s how we learn!

If someone has a different opinion from yours on a certain topic, ask yourself: why do I believe this way? Have my experiences made me feel this way? Am I judging them out of fear or anger? Maybe there’s more nuance here than meets the eye. Be honest about your own experiences and talk about how they’ve shaped your point of view; that may help shed some light on why someone else feels differently than you do about something in particular.

Remember: even though other people’s opinions are important in shaping who we are as individuals (and therefore our future), in order for us all to grow together as human beings there needs be some give-and-take between what others think versus what we believe ourselves; otherwise no one ever learns anything new!

Read up on experiences that interest you and then try them out yourself; they might help you find new ways of enjoying life.

For example, if you are interested in traveling the world, reading travel blogs and books can be a good place to start learning about what it’s like to travel and how to go about doing it. This knowledge can help inform your decisions when planning your own travels or deciding whether or not traveling is for you.

If you want something, take steps toward getting it; just make sure that those steps aren’t too big and scary or overwhelming

A lot of people have the idea that if you want to be successful, then you need to go out there and just do it. But what I’m really trying to say is that this is not enough. You need to actually try and not be afraid of what other people might think or say about you. The reality is that everyone has their own goals in life, so as long as yours isn’t too crazy (like stealing from all your friends), then it should be fine! If someone does judge your idea as “stupid,” don’t let them get in your way–just remember how much work went into coming up with the idea in the first place!

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Мы надеемся, что эта статья помогла вам лучше понять, что значит быть успешным и как его достичь. Мы рассмотрели некоторые важные моменты, например, тот факт, что успех заключается не только в том, чтобы получить то, что мы хотим, но и в том, чтобы быть готовым делать то, что неудачники не хотят или не могут сделать. В конце концов, если бы мы все могли добиться успеха, просто пожелав этого достаточно сильно, тогда все были бы богаты!