8 Ways to Measure Your Success
Success is hard. We all want it; we’re not always sure when we get there. It doesn’t always feel like you’re achieving the success you have your eyes on, but are you measuring your success correctly?
Here are our top 8 ways to measure your success:
1. You’re willing to ask for help.
Being successful doesn’t mean doing everything by yourself. A measure of your success could be your willingness to work on a team. Finding the strength the ask for help is a sign your headed in the right direction.
2. The art of letting go.
The unsuccessful can cling to things that aren’t good for them and don’t make them happy. As a successful person, you’re able to let it go to seek your greater happiness.
3. You aren’t afraid of failure
Failure is only the opposite of success if you let it win. Successful people know that failure is just part of the process of growing.
4. You’re happy for others success
People who haven’t achieved personal success are jealous of the people who have. If you can be happy for people who have found their success, it’s a good sign for you. Also, it’s healthy.
5. You look forward to the future
The successful have things they look forward to. Is there something coming up in your future that you’re excited for? What do you anticipate? If you don’t look forward to anything, maybe try finding a meetup or conference that can kickstart your excitement.
6. You can measure your goals
Just because you haven’t reached your ultimate goal doesn’t mean you haven’t achieved some. I you’re feeling like you haven’t accomplished anything, take a look back over the past few years and see what you have done. You might find a list of goals that you knocked out of the park.
7. You aren’t the victim
People with a victim mentality have a problem being successful. If you spend your life thinking “why me?” then you never get around to saying “why not me?”
8. You focus on the things you can change.
There are a lot of things you can’t change. Successful people focus on the things they can change. If you spend too much time focusing on what you can’t change, you’re not changing things for the better.
How do you measure your success? What are some things you look at to mark your progress? Share in the comments.