How To Be Successful And ONE Thing That Kills Success

Are you ever thinking, “Why is that person doing so great?” Today I’m going to share with you one tip will teach you how to be successful. There are many “experts” teaching you tips and strategies. All that is great I share those things as well. But without this key element you will never truly learn how to be successful. Why? Because anyone who has every done anything wonderful in life knows that they were met with many challenges along the way. Those challenges did not stop them. Nor did those challenges stop them from learning how to be successful. They just pushed right through and enjoyed success.

There is one killer to success and you have to guard yourself very carefully. It’s the nagging naysayers. They will come as sure as the sun rises and they love to tell you what you cannot do. My husband Chad has a saying he loves; Shut your Pieholio. Basically it’s his way of saying “Shut your mouth”.

I know it’s awful and I tell him all the time. But when it comes to nagging voices you will have to say Shut Your pie hole if you want to learn how to be successful. So check out today’s Vlog and share your comments below. What do you struggle with? What would help you be successful? Whatever your dream you can do it!

 

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  1. Good one, Lisa.
    I can relate. I’m writing a book and will be self-publishing because I heard from too many that my approach wasn’t quite right, my platform wasn’t quite big enough, it would be too expensive to publish, etc. Yet … I know that there are a lot of chocolate-loving readers out there who will really relate and support what I’m doing. I definitely plan to prove the naysayers wrong!

  2. Hi Lisa,

    I like your husband’s expression. What I find with naysayers is it is they are only thinking from their point of view and their attitudes. Often they do not have anything to back up their opinion. I write a lot about using simplicity in marketing and get people saying it is too difficult to do or a is a big challenge so they don’t try. When someone says it can’t be done it just makes me more determined to show them it can.

    Thanks for the article.

  3. What an inspirational lesson. No matter what, we can accomplish what we put our minds to. I too have had people say I couldn’t do something and it has always made me want to push that much harder. 🙂

  4. Great analogy with the “crabs in a bucket”… it’s crazy how people react when they feel their friends/family are getting away from them and becoming successful. I’ve heard some awful stories of people who’ve gone through that, but they’ve managed to keep trucking and stay successful.

  5. Just what I needed to hear today, Lisa. Thank you. It can be hard to remember that even people who really, really care about us can’t always see our vision. Especially when I’ve got a brand new project, it can be hard to not share it with everyone, but being discrete can go a long way towards success!

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