Secrets of Self-Starters

As Dr. Julie Miller studied a variety of successful self-starters, she noticed that most of them possessed such classic characteristics as perseverance or creativity or a passion for a specific vision of their future. But what if there was more to it than that? What set those individuals apart? To find the answer, she interviewed dozens of self-starters. She dug deeper and discovered it’s actually a combination of traits and attitudes, or traititudes, that—when combined with other factors―were what skyrocketed these individuals to the top of their game.

“The main difference is these people got up, got going and got on with it,” Julie explained. “They took action. They figured it out, and when they couldn’t do even that much, they still took one small step in what felt like the right direction at the time—and often was.”

But how they move forward is as unique to each person as a fingerprint. Their own blend and balance of traititudes capitalize on their skills and minimize their weaknesses. Self-starters aren’t perfect people, they just know who they are and what they want. And they keep moving, going and
getting . . . until they arrive.

You can find out more in Dr. Miller's book Secrets of Self-Starters.


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