8 Things Successful People Do And Why [infographic]

Goal setting is one of the best ways to think outside of the box and a sure way to get your motivation up. Although the fear of not completing a goal, not being good enough, or the fear of struggle will deter many from being the person they want to become. This is where success comes in.

To be successful, you have to be tenacious. You have to be driven by a purpose. You have to be fearless. Failure is a part of life, but it makes the winning so much sweeter. A true success will see that losing is really just learning what doesn’t work and how to succeed.

Successful people will work and work and work. Not everything comes easy and many times time and energy, maybe even blood and sweat are necessary to hit that milestone.

What I love about success is that it can be applied at any level. You can aim for that promotion. You can drop 20 pounds. You can choose not to get mad in traffic. Aim high and work backwards from there. This infographic has some really great tips for you that can be applied to almost anything in your life. Maybe you can even help another person in their success.

But remember…

Success is the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. When speaking about successful people, many minds go straight to people like the CEO, or the major leaguer, or the published writer. When in reality, YOU TOO are the success. [via]

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Kits of the Future [infographic]

Football, sometimes known as soccer, is one of the worlds’ most coveted games. Millions of dollars are invested in the game and people spend tons on tickets and merchandise. With such popularity, the game needs to adapt to changing times, but how can the sport be made to better serve the viewers as well as allow the referees to make better calls? We only need to look to the future!

Live player stats can be monitored throughout the game. Items that will be cataloged is a multitude of information like the amount ran, accuracy, and time on the field. This could easily settle the arguments about which player is the best.

We all know that some players have huge egos that can lead to dishonest behavior such as pretending to be hit hard. Impact visualizers will provide different colors in the event of a strong hit or a soft hit made by player against another. Impact visualizers could potentially put an end to babies rolling around on the field trying to get the opposing player another electronically displayed yellow card on their shoulder.

For even better visuals, jerseys can be illuminated  as well as carry live ads that will grant the spectators to register more precise movements made by players and draw in more money. Just how might these kits (uniforms) be powered, you ask? The kits will be powered by the kinetic energy of a player that will be converted to an electrical current. Yeah, the future.

Soccer (football), just as life, is ever changing. Stay tuned. Keep loving the game and enjoy what the future has to offer! [via]

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How To Write A Killer Customer Case Study [infographic]

Many of us work in retail. Many of us work in an industry that is customer based. This job often tells us that the customer is always right. Though it doesn’t really have to be true, to earn the trust of our clientele, and understand that the needs of the customer is by far the most important in any transaction.

Connecting with customers can be difficult. When breaching the gap and attempting contact, it is important to remember that the time is for the customer. A business is nothing without a loyal customer base.

We have all been asked to participate in short “5 question” surveys at the end of a phone call. Though not all of us draft reports that display quality customer satisfaction, we can all learn from the following infographic when thinking of how to best report our findings with the customers that many of us serve.

“Time is money!” is not necessarily true all the time. Time is time. We all have it and it can be precious because we have a finite amount of it in a day. When promoting something it is important to be concise. Use the proper formatting in questioning. Keep in mind how people read and process information.

Advertising is how a business builds profits and has long standing relationships its customers. Appeal to the target demographic. Once you have established a consistent history with a client, you can go forth and document it in a scientific and undeniably accurate report. [Word Central.ca]

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Incandescent Vs LED Christmas Lights [infographic]

As Halloween quickly approaches, it’s time to start thinking about the holiday that matters the most year round. Christmas, is without a doubt, a time that brings families and communities together in celebration, and even competition. We all love to get involved with traditions and festivities that go along with “the most wonderful time of the year.”

Christmas lights bring back so many memories for so many people that the tradition of hanging lights is a fun, yet thoroughly arduous activity. After all the hard work is done, there definitely comes a sense of thankfulness. Once you have your lights up, you can be thankful that you have a roof over head, you can be thankful that your lights will more often than not make others happy, as well as make you feel that you are a part of something bigger than yourself.

Although Christmas lights bring happy feelings and look great, Christmas lights can be expensive. According to this infographic, people can be spending way more than they have to on their electric bill. Although LED lights are more expensive than incandescents, the cost of running them is far below the cost to run incandescents.

Though not traditional, LEDs run with lower wattage, longer life-spans, you can connect more strings, and you never have to replace bulbs. By saving on electricity (money), you have more money to spend on those you care for and more time to enjoy it with them. [via]

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Famous Personality Types [infographic]

Personality and self assessment tests are always a good exercise to run through when needing a personal boost. Though not the end all be all of you and what you are good at, only you can really know that. These tests are always helpful when one is unsure of a direction to go in or how to best pursue their goals.

Being into pop-culture is something that has always excited me. Being able to relate to current times and the people that are in it makes me feel grounded. Not unfortunately, when I took this test I was tied between two personality styles. A person with more than just one personality type (this doesn’t make you a crazy person) gives you different viewpoints that show you can exhibit more than one way of thinking.

Just for some moral support, I can look at the following infographic and see for myself some of the most iconic people. I don’t believe that I will ever be the president or sing a hit song that brings tears to people’s eyes.

What is great about this infographic is that you can study these real life successful people. You can recall a specific scene the actor was in, or a famous speech that was given in history to derive a little energy out of your results. As the saying goes, if they can do it, so can you. [via]

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Brain Boosters and Brain Busters [infographic]

“Hey I’m getting Chinese, do you want anything?”

Normally I would say “Heck yeah! Get me some of that General Tso chicken!”

Eating junky food is so easy. Not to mention it tastes awesome. So often it is much easier for time’s sake to get something unhealthy than it is to get something healthy. Many believe that as long as you look fit and healthy it means that you actually are. But that is a farce. What good is looking fit if your brain isn’t getting the proper nutrients?

Eating right can be easy! All you need is to be informed. The following infograph will show you simple foods you can eat to keep your mind bright and functioning and how you can even avoid the illnesses that can often come with age.

Stay away from the salty foods! Not only are they bad for your brain, they’re bad for your heart. Stop with the fast food. If it helps, carry a backpack with healthy snacks. Plan ahead! Eating healthy doesn’t need to be expensive. Stores have deals on fish and fruits all the time. Even nuts sometimes.

The important thing is that you are aware of how the food you consume will affect you in the long run. If looking fit turns people on, shouldn’t a brain with a healthy dose of all the essentials be sexy too? [via]

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