4 things that make a successful artist – Part 4


4. Making it happen

‘The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.’ –  Confucius


The 4th thing that will make a successful artist is the ability to execute, and that means to make things happen that you want to happen.

Many people say that ‘knowledge is power’ and the truth is that only knowledge that is correctly applied can equate to real power. Knowledge is simply facts and information.

The ability to execute means that you will be able to make things happen and it will take a great deal of practice until you can master this skill.

It also helps if you have a great team around you, and in order to do this you will need to have great persuasion and leadership skills.

Your goals and your reality will never be able to outgrow your vision. It is a difficult thing for some to understand, because many believe that their circumstances can only change once they see that things have changed externally.

The truth is that once you have a vision and you embed it into your unconscious mind then you will have the capacity to move towards it at a rapid pace as long as you keep that intense focus and desire.

The entrepreneur and speaker Tony Robbins has a formula that is useful for measuring success and the stages required to achieve it. I’ll list the steps below.

  1. Decide EXACTLY what you want

  2. Plan how you will get it

  3. Get yourself to take MASSIVE ACTION

  4. Evaluate the FEEDBACK

  5. Change your approach until you get what you want

Now that you have this information, you should go back and re-read all of these again with the intention of being able to put a specific plan together to compliment your goals.

Below is also included the e-books for the foundations to what I have been speaking about here.

Click here to discover your values

Download Values e-book


Click here to uncover your purpose

Download Purpose e-book




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