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Success Is Not Coincidental.

Updated: May 23


How often do you think that someone became successful just by chance or they were fortunate? But success is not coincidental and it does not depend on luck or chance for sure. It is a maze where everyone is trying to find a way out toward one goal in mind which is success. If you are not willing to get up and enter the maze, you might never find out how actually you are supposed to get past it. And it is true once you enter the maze, the real race begins. And if you keep on running facing every obstacle and choosing every wrong path you end up on your last path in the maze that you know for sure is the right one. But that can only happen once you have tried all the wrong paths that led to failure.


When a famous footballer gets asked in an interview how the ball always comes to him and he makes the goal when he is the center forward? The footballer said, “99% of the time I run towards the center-forward is a futile run, then comes a perfect pass at the perfect place once in 100 times and I make the goal. But I have to run towards the center-forward every single time and be at the right place for the ball to come to me at one perfect time.”

It is definitely not about being at the right place but about being at the right place each time and once in a while you will get your shot. Success is rarely coincidental. It is typically the result of intentional actions, hard work, perseverance, and a combination of various factors. While luck or chance can sometimes play a role, true success is often a product of deliberate efforts and strategic choices.

Here are a few key factors that contribute to achieving success:

Clear goals: Successful individuals have a clear vision of what they want to achieve. They set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals. By defining their objectives, they can create a roadmap and work towards them.


Planning and preparation: Success requires careful planning and preparation. This involves analyzing the desired outcome, developing strategies, and creating actionable plans. Successful people invest time and effort in researching, learning, and acquiring the necessary skills or knowledge to excel in their chosen fields.


Hard work and perseverance: Success rarely comes without hard work. It requires dedication, discipline, and the willingness to put in the necessary effort. Successful individuals often face setbacks and obstacles along the way, but they persist, learn from their failures, and adapt their approach as needed.


Continuous improvement: Successful people embrace a growth mindset and constantly seek ways to improve. They are open to learning from others, seeking feedback, and honing their skills. By continuously developing their abilities, they stay ahead of the competition and adapt to changing circumstances.


Networking and collaboration: Building strong relationships and networks is crucial for success. Successful individuals understand the value of connecting with others, whether it's through mentorship, partnerships, or collaborations. They leverage these relationships to gain insights, support, and opportunities.


Positive mindset and resilience: Maintaining a positive mindset is vital in the face of challenges. Successful individuals cultivate resilience and view setbacks as learning experiences rather than failures. They stay focused on their goals, remain adaptable, and bounce back from adversity with determination.


Seizing opportunities: Success often requires recognizing and seizing opportunities when they arise. Successful individuals have a keen sense of observation, are open to new possibilities, and are willing to take calculated risks. They capitalize on favorable circumstances and make the most of them.

While chance or luck may occasionally play a part, it is often the combination of these intentional actions and qualities that lead to sustained success. By consistently applying these principles, individuals can increase their likelihood of achieving their goals and reaching the level of success they desire.


Practice to fail leads you to success.

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