How A Narcissist Can Contribute To Your Happiness And Success

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceNegative People



It’s easy to feel sorry for yourself when life is unfair. People use you and toss you aside, and you feel wronged and left behind. When you’re feeling wounded, the temptation is to lash out and try to regain power and pride. Calling someone a narcissist is name-calling that feels good in the moment, but cripples you in the long-run. It’s a cover up for self-pity and feeling sorry for yourself that holds you back from your goals. Instead of being distracted by everyone that doesn’t agree with you or uses you, focus on these 3 things to stay on track.

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How Challenges In Life Will Make You More Successful

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceNegative People



When you become intentionally grateful for the things you don’t have in your life, the people you let go of, and the challenges that have derailed or disappointed you, you instantly change your perspective. You tap into a positive, motivated mindset that will drive you to creative solutions to move forward in your life. When you become grateful for growth opportunities, you’re able to increase your resilience and get stronger. Your ultimate success depends on you controlling not just your mindset, but actively participating in the pruning of your own life as you move towards your goals. This article shows you how being grateful for what you don’t have can be used to create greater success long-term.

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Why Intelligent Achievement Is The Only Real Success

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceHow To Focus



There is a difference between fake success and intelligent achievement. One revolves around other people’s goals and achieving other people’s mediocre, superficial goals of success. That’s fake success. Fake success looks impressive, but doesn’t last. Intelligent Achievement takes focus, creation, and growth applied within a science of success. Creating a smart plan that is aligned with your purpose is the first part of the formula. The second part includes setting up good habits, behavior, and networks of people to build success that has meaning and longevity. In this article, you’ll learn the difference between fake success and intelligent achievement and how to achieve real success that has depth, is fulfilling, and lasts.

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3 Skills That Will Make You An Elite Performer

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceHow To Focus



The idea that elite performance is only available to a select few isn’t true. While only 2% of the population actually achieve elite performance, it’s not because of special talents and abilities as much as it is their ability to protect their focus, master their mindset, and selectively focus to block out distractions. Elite performers protect their environment from negative people, surround themselves with winners, avoid multitasking, and use models of efficiency to accomplish what they need to for success, in less time, without burnout. This leaves them more time to pursue other activities that they have otherwise put on the backburner in favor of being “too busy”.

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3 Ways To Protect Your Mental Energy And Achieve Success

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceHow To Focus



The first step to getting what you want in life is to get good at saying “no”. Without apologizing. Without waffling. Your mental energy is your greatest asset to reaching your goals. If you don’t learn how to protect your mental energy, you’ll always be at the mercy of distracting tasks, people, and information. Taking control of your environment, the people you spend time with, and the information you allow into your life, will give you freedom to both release and protect your mental energy.

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