Do you want to be famous? Want to become somebody with a specilIf you think it’s too late for you to become a SUPERSTAR, HOLYWOOD STAR, WEALTHY, or any kind of successful person, you are probably wrong.
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These 4 motivational tips will help you to understand.
Let’s say that the average person reading this post is roughly 30 years old.
(Same as me, soon I will be in my beautiful 30)Some of you might be a little younger, some of you might be a little bit older, and looks like, that we are in the same dip, in the same hard decisions and not knowing what to do path.
It doesn’t really matter because anyone that is alive and reading this post is physically capable of becoming any kind of superstar.
That means that you still have a collective 40 years or more to become a superstar. There’s no rush at all. In fact, rushing might not even be your best move.
And remember that no matter how old or how young you are, it’s never too late. It’s never too late to wake up and start living now! Even if you don’t fit into or are very far from the average age, become the exception, not the rule.
Show what are you capable off, show that deep monster inside you is ready to explode with a lot of energy, determination an power to achieve your goals.
How to become a Superstar?
It can feel impossible to move toward your dreams. You know exactly what you want to do(even if you don’t, but you still have that strange feeling, that you’re capable of something more, much more), but there are endless obstacles, limits or borders in your way.
There is so much competition—thousands or millions of people competing to do exactly what you want to do. You don’t even try to imagine the effort you could put in it, in order to achieve even a small piece of your imaginable final result.
- How do you get out of the rat race?
- How do advance quick enough to not have your dreams smashed into submission by society and imploded by “reality”?
- How do you make the needed leaps to move beyond the masses vying for a similar position?
After all, you have bills to pay and tons of other responsibilities. You only have a limited amount of time each day. After work and everything else you’ve got going on, it’s easy to justify waiting until tomorrow.
It truly can feel hopeless and overwhelming. There’s so much to learn. It can be easy to doubt our own abilities. Maybe we should just give up and accept reality for what it is?
4 tips to become a superstar
Too many of us swallow the prevailing myths of the society of our abilities to achieve something: that our problems all lie outside ourselves; and we have to spend time getting our minds and emotions in order—or motivating ourselves(I’m not trying to motivate you)—before we can tackle the problems in our lives.
Believe either of them and you’ll never advance much beyond where you are today. Never. Actions alone make a difference. Not necessarily big, dramatic ones either.
You don’t need to work endlessly or be born brilliant. There’s a very simple formula(I’m using it right now) we can all use to get a benefit from this information:
- Always work hard to improve.
- When choosing tasks and strategies, consider your natural gifts.
- Pick a great team and get familiar with them.
- Within reason, always help others.
You still have plenty of time
You don’t need a life plan. You don’t need motivation, self-confidence, peer support or even luck.
All you need is the willingness to take the next most obvious step—then repeat the process again and again, regardless of how you feel. Try it. Happiness comes from seeing the results of your efforts. You don’t need it before you start.
I found just amazing website Funders and founders and amazing author Anna Vital, where she and her team explaining startups, entrepreneurship and how many superstars started their success visually through infographics: