In order to achieve amazing success, it's important to think long-term. When you focus on the short-term, you may be tempted to take shortcuts that can compromise your long-term goals. But if you consistently work towards your goals and allow the compounding effect of time to work in your favor, you can achieve amazing results.

Of course, this doesn't mean that you should never take any actions that don't directly help you reach your goals. 

There will be times when you have to make compromises in order to stay on track. But if you make a habit of thinking long-term, you’ll be more likely to stay focused on what really matters and less likely to give up when things get tough.

The best way to achieve success is by setting realistic goals and planning for the long term.

In this podcast I'll be sharing 5 points that will help you become a long-term thinker:

Success is a game of eliminating failures & Pareto's principle
The factor of competition
Mastery is a time-intensive activity
Your attitude, habits, routines, and rituals are the ones that are going to write your success story
Allowing time for the Compounding effect to kick-in

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    2 replies to "Why Staying On Course For Long-Term Creates Path-Breaking Success?"

    • Dheeraj k

      Long term thinking mind has Habits , rituals , routines ,attitude that determine the success story.

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