Maintaining success in your now career is as hard as becoming successful but the same rules apply to this as it does to making something of yourself. Keep to the 3 needs of success: Networking, Marketing and Practice. Just stay focused while never slowing down. Cause an avalanche of momentum to keep you moving forward in your newly found career.
You’ve finally become successful, but now what?
Maintaining success in your now career is as hard as becoming successful but the same rules apply to this as it does to make something of yourself. Keep to the three needs of success: Networking, Marketing and Practice. Just stay focused while never slowing down. Cause an avalanche of momentum to keep you moving forward in your newly found career.
Always Network, meet new people and increase your relationships with the old ones. Appreciate them for who they are not what they offer and instead of a pile of contacts you will have a pile of friends. A pile of friends can be used for many different things. You can build a pyramid or have a huge paintball game. You could have a party or you could say, “Hey, I’m looking forward to finding someone who can help me accomplish XXX.” Perhaps one could help you. Odds are good they can.
Marketing, wow, yes indeed to market yourself, that’s what the product is YOU! So for all those that said you would never amount to anything, prove them wrong. Spit in the eye of fate and be a marketing genius. Think outside the box, since you aren’t a “take home” type of product, or we hope you aren’t at least since that’s illegal in most states. Just never stop or you will lose that momentum and have to start over again.
Then there is practice. If you continuously do what you need to in order to maintain your current level, you will always be doing this regardless. If you have managed to have this become a habit, then you will have mastered the first two needs. Perhaps its time to change focus just a smidgen and add-on to the requirements you have already put in place. Time to start working on Assets while maintaining the basics. Yes indeed the assets!