7 Cs For Success in Life

 

7 Cs of Success in Business and Life


Clarity:


Eighty percent of success comes from being clear on who you are, what you believe in and what you want. One must have to be clear about his own perceptions, own views and own thinking. Clarity comes from  your own personality. One sees the same which is in his frame of reference.Clarity of your thinking, clarity of your thoughts, being clear from every point so that the other person may feel your perception clearly.


Clarity is essential in effective communication. Factors such as unity, coherence, emphasis, subordination, pace, transition, point of view, conciseness, and correctness all influence the clarity of a piece of correspondence.

The style module provides detailed guidelines for clear writing. In addition, keep these tips in mind:
  • Keep your ideas focused around a single purpose. If the piece of correspondence has multiple purposes, establish a set organizational structure that is easy to follow and keep sections within the structure focused on one idea.
  • Find the most efficient language to convey the information.
  • Pare down your writing to its most essential elements. If necessary, rearrange sentences and eliminate excess words to make communication as direct as possible.
  • Plan ahead. Give yourself enough time to draft and revise for unity, coherence, emphasis, subordination, pace, transition, point of view, conciseness, and correctness .

Competence:

You can’t climb to the next rung on the ladder until you are excellent at what you do now. Being excelled in everything must be your task. The art of competence takes you higher. Being your own boss is one of the thing. Your proper guidelines to yourself matters. To compete through everything makes a clear pathway towards your goal.

Constraints:


Eighty percent of all obstacles to success come from within. Find out what is constraining in you or your company and deal with it. Knowing the hurdles and how to tackle them is the trick. Until and unless you are not well aware of what is happening and what can happen next, you can’t perceive yourself as properly ready person. 

Concentration:


Concentration, in chemistry is defined as the abundance of a constituent divided by the total volume of a mixture. The term can be applied to any kind of chemical mixture, but most frequently it refers to solutes in solutions. It can also be used to mean the action or power of focusing one’s attention or mental effort on one particular thing above all others.

The ability to focus on one thing single- minded and see it through until it’s done takes more character than anything else. Getting stick to your task with all your focus is the main thing. Your concentration is related with your mindset. As much you’ll concentrate the more you will be be near to your task. To focus sometimes gets tricky or difficult to manage, but your own mind can get through the condition and makes you able to get involved in your task.

Creativity:


Flood your life with ideas from many sources. Creativity needs to be exercised like a muscle; if you don’t use it you’ll lose it. Every person have a different mind and his abilities are meant to consume, creativity is something that is essential to bring yourself up, via your own ideas and thoughts. This is the thing which is unique and you can’t get the same from everyone. Use your own creativity. It’s an art of yourself, developed by you, for you. To recreate, sharpens your own abilities and you can excel in respective field, whatever it is.
“An idea is nothing more nor less than a new combination of old elements.”
“The capacity to bring old elements into new combinations depends largely on the ability to see relationships.”

Young says the ability to see relationships between facts is the most important factor in coming up with ideas. This, he says, is a habit of mind “which can be cultivated.”
How do you cultivate it? By reading widely, taking an active interest in life, the world, people around you, a wide variety of subjects and areas of study.
There is also a formula, however, a five step plan which Young outlined in his book. By adding two more steps, you can complete a virtuous circle with a feedback loop that refines and extends your creativity.
So, the seven steps to having ideas are:

1-  Information Material:

Information is the raw material from which ideas are born. There are two types of relevant information, specific and general.
General information includes just about anything and everything, and gathering it is a lifelong exercise. It basically comes down to general knowledge and education, and can be cultivated through the usual channels: reading widely and having an active interest in life and the world around you, and in particular in people, how they live, what they think and how they behave.
Specific information is directly relevant to the topic in hand. You clearly need to get all the specific information you can lay your hands on. If you’re writing an advert for a product or service, you would expect the client to come up with most of it, although you’ll probably want to do some of you own research as well. If you’re writing a blog post on a topic, you’ll need to gather your information from far and wide.
These days, gathering information is a much faster process thanks to the internet. The down side to that is you’ll need to be judicious, and discard that which isn’t really relevant. Otherwise, you’re likely to get overwhelmed during step 2, where you have to sift the information.

2- Sift the information:

Work over the information, turning it over and around until you see how it all fits together. A direct pursuit of ‘meaning’ might be counterproductive. You may need to try a subtle approach, and sneak up on the topic, looking at things from various angles.
If small snippets of ideas start coming to you at this stage, write them down, even if they seem crazy.
The more you turn and sift the information, the better you understand it, the easier it will be to see and really understand the relationships. And the more ideas you will have.

3- Let the information bubble:

The next stage is to let the information bubble away for a while, keep it on simmer in your mind. You need to let your unconscious mind work on it for a time. It’s a good idea to do something else for a while, to stimulate your imagination and emotions. Try reading, listening to music, meditate, go for a walk, while your mind digests the facts.
Or you could try the traditional approach – take a warm bath and wait for the eureka moment.

4- Let the ideas flow:

It’s at this stage that ideas should start to appear, as if from ‘nowhere’. This is where you hope for a ‘Eureka’ moment. The answer to your problem may appear to leap into your mind for no apparent reason.
But what if it doesn’t come? You keep going, writing down the best ideas you can come up with. If your ideas aren’t strong enough yet, don’t panic, because you’ll get to have another go at this part of the process. So take the very best ideas you can come up with, and move on to step five.

5-  Develop your idea :

Now your idea needs to be shaped and moulded, turned into something real. This where your writing skills come to the fore.

6- Share your idea:

Now show your idea to others and see what they think. They may be able to add to it and make it better. That may spark new ideas, and so the process becomes ever more creative.

7- Repeat Tasks:

If necessary, use the feedback you got in step 6, and add that to the information you gathered in step 1. Now repeat step 2, sifting the new information with the existing facts. Then repeat steps 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Keep it going, until you have the best idea you can come up with, or you hit the deadline, and have to go with what you have developed so far.
So, the good news is that you can learn to be more creative and have stronger ideas. You:
  • Gather the information
  • Sift it
  • Let it percolate
  • Let the ideas flow
  • Shape and mold the ideas
  • Share them with others
  • Put the feedback into the loop; and repeat the process to strengthen your ideas.
That’s the good news. The bad news is, despite what I said at the start about the importance of ideas – and don’t get me wrong they are important – despite that, the truth is that having ideas is the easy part of writing.

 

Courage:


Most in demand and least in supply, courage is the willingness to do the things you know are right. Your courage is your determination power, it brings you up and won’t let you go down. With courage you are able to reach your goal. Your surety  and willingness depends upon your courage. It indirectly link up with your aim, it makes you able to recreate and enhances your capability to do work and get succeeded.
‘It matters not how long we live but how’

Spouse my aim does not end there.I shall devote a part of my time in doing voluntary work in hospitals and charitable dispensaries.I would also devote a part of my time to the welfare of my country and my people.I would go to politics or any public work to serve my country and play my humble part in the social,political,religious and educational reforms,resulting in the progress of my country.Aim is very essential part of life,To conclude,aim of life fully suits to tendencies and ideas about life.I know in my heart that this is the path best fitted for me by nature and i would leave no stone upturned to attain it.
The purpose of life should be a life of purpose.

Continuous learning:

 

Read, at the very least, one book a week on business to keep you miles ahead of the competition. This may be hard but it will test your desire to reach excellence/success?. Just as you eat and bathe, organize your time so you spend 30 minutes a day exploring emails, sending messages, going through websites, because like exercise, it’s the only way you can keep on top of technology. If you get away from it, you’ll lose your edge. Learning is a continuous process as no one is perfect. One learns throughout the life, at whatever position he is, whatever designation he has. Even man learns from his juniors. Can learn moral as well as social values and indirectly one do apply it in his routine life. Our whole society is involved in this process. In learning your education doesn’t matter, your experience and your own will power matters. It’s a bit time taking but once you get involved consider yourself within the natural process.

 

 

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