1You do more than what’s asked
You view your job descriptions as just the beginning of what you can do. After you’ve completed your mandatory tasks, you will always ask to take on more projects that challenge you.
2You are willing to fail in order to eventually succeed
You know success doesn’t come easy and you are bound to fail more than you will succeed at anything. You are willing to learn from each failure, as it will help you make better decisions that lead to success later.
3You feel a passion for improvement
You have a yearning to be the best version of yourself. People who truly want to succeed and achieve their goals feel the constant desire to change the things that are negative about themselves and make improvements so they can give more.
4You set real goals that you can accomplish
Your goals are very focused, big yet obtainable and are aligned to your strengths. You know what you are capable of and will invest all of your efforts in it, avoiding your weaknesses.
5You have an open mind
You know that the more you learn, the more aware you’re of what you still need to learn. This allows you to take advantage of the opportunities that are presented to you.
6You take accountability for yourself and your actions
You aren’t relying on other people in order to get the job done. Instead, you look inwards and try to find the solutions, while leveraging your current assets. If you make a mistake, you own up to it and immediately think of ways that you can improve next time, not making the same mistake twice.
7You set goals
You understand the importance of setting goals every day. You know that long-term goals can make you lose sight of what you want to be on the right path. Setting smaller goals that you can achieve each day will help you reach your ultimate goals more easily.