Habits of SME Champions…Pt3

And finally we have come to the third and last installment of the excellently written and insightful article on the habits of sme champions written by our guest guru, Dr. Cel Iwendi.

SME Champions: This final installment will cover habits 8 through 12 and makes for excellent reading and reflection for the week – relaxation, and relationship networking being just 2 of the 5 gems on offer.

Dr. Cel continues…

NumberDr. Cel Iwendi Eight: Relaxation – Stress leads to poor health, poor decision-making, poor thinking, and poor socialization. So be attentive to your stress level and take short breaks when you need to. Slow down. Breathe. Give yourself permission to pause, regroup and move forward with clarity and purpose. When you’re at your busiest, a brief recess can rejuvenate your mind and increase your productivity. These short breaks will help you regain your sanity, and allow you to reflect on your recent actions so you can be sure they’re in line with your goals.

Number Nine: Proficient writing and note-taking – The written word isn’t going away; it is used in every walk of life. Learning to write proficiently so that others can understand you is critical. Also, using your writing skills to take useful notes is one of the most productive things you can do, regardless of the task at hand. Writing things down – taking notes – helps us remember what we hear, see, or read when we’re learning something new, or trying to remember something specific.

Number Ten: Relationship networking. – The more people you know the more the channel of miracle. In a world dominated by constant innovation and information exchange, relationship networking creates the channel through which ideas and information flow, and in which new ideas are shared, discussed and perfected. A large relationship network, carefully cultivated, can be leveraged to meet the right people, find jobs, build businesses, learn about new trends, spread ideas, etc.

Number Eleven: Positivity. – Events of life show that although we think that we act because of the way we feel, in fact, we often feel because of the way we act. A great attitude always leads to great experiences. People who are creative thinkers, by faith see the world as a place packed with endless opportunities, especially in trying times. Be positive, smile, and make it count. Pretend today is going to be great. Do so, and it will be.

Number Twelve: Self-discipline – Self-discipline is a skill. It is the ability to focus and overcome distractions. It involves acting according to what you think instead of how you feel in the moment. It often requires sacrificing the pleasure and thrill for what matters most in life. Therefore it is self-discipline that drives you to succeed in the long-term.


This article written by Dr Cel Iwendi was originally published on  www.thecomfortzone.se

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