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Stay curious and walk through life with your eyes wide open. We define success as achieving the set goals. These trigger a positive outcome of the effort. These can be tangible (possession of certain things) or intangible (recognition or happiness).


Success is for...

personal growth

Success should be defined by each individual personally. A general definition is important in order to understand the situation or the word. Everyone should decide for themselves what really means to be successful. This is the only way to learn how to trade successfully. This also boosts your self-confidence.


What makes successful people?

Getting up early every day and going for a run in the morning before waking up the kids and answering the first emails? - Is this the first way to success? 

Everyone has to answer this question themselves. One should always keep in mind that one should do what is necessary to follow the path one wants to go. It's important to realize that everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. Despite everything, you can work on them at any time. 

Success is always something personal. Everyone has their own perspective on this. Nobody should be dictated to. A little tip here is that you should never get stressed. This triggers a certain insecurity in one personally. 

Despite all the personalities, there are a few clues that you can use as a guide. 

SMART method

The SMART method is a clearer formulation of the goals. This method was first used in the 1990s. It quickly became more attractive and was therefore used in Germany very quickly. 

Especially in the area of project management, this gained great importance and was very often used in the working world and thus in larger companies. It is still a very important part of our working world today. 

When formulatingyour own goalsthis method can be used very well. That's exactly why we're looking a little deeper. 


The goal must be precisely formulated.


The goal must be tangible and clearly measurable.


The "why" of the goal should be answered here.


Did you formulate the goal realistically? or is the goal to be reached far away?


There is a precise time limit to reach the goal.

Give it a try... set honest and true goals. It is very important that you are honest with yourself. This is the only way to achieve your goal. Develop your own strategy for your projects. 

How do I deal with failure?

No life consists only of successes. Every successful and famous person has faced failure. Be it an entrepreneur or an athlete. Be it the Chancellor or the President. No life consists only of positive stories. There are always hard times. But how do I deal with it?

One important thing to know is that if you fail, don't let it throw you off track, which will definitely happen a lot at first. The setback can often be decisive for further reactions and dealing with the further course. 

Deal with the defeat, tell yourself this was a failure.acceptit. Only when you have taken this step, only then try to continue.

Set new smaller goals that can lead to your larger goal. Use the one already presentedSMART formula

Be proud of what you have already accomplished. Question a few things and find out what you could have done better. Start again and you will find the right path.

Get up one more time than you fell

Steve Jobs' rules for success
1. Don't get lost 
2. Live life on your own terms 
3. Focus on the right people 
4. Be a good role model 
5. Trust yourself
6. Don't wait any longer
7. Do what you want 
8. Make the most of your life 
9. You need 100% Focus 
10. Work with passion 

Many important points are raised here. It is clear that one can say a great deal about each point. We do not do this here because we want each of you to be stimulated to think for yourself and form your own ideas and opinions.

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