The Daily Habits of a Successful Person

What makes someone successful? Is it their brains or their luck? I personally think success can be defined in different ways for different people. It’s important to define what success looks like for you and creating a process to achieve those goals to become that person.


A blog post defines habits you should adopt to be a successful person. Some of them include:

  1. Be positive
  2. Don’t get comfortable
  3. Adapt to the situation

I think implementing these tactics into your daily life is a great way to achieve your goals. Some other pieces of advice I have accumulated over the years are:

1.  Surround yourself with people you want to be like

It’s not that hard to be successful if you are able to build relationships with people who push you to do better. Finding a mentor is a great way to start this journey.

2.  Don’t leave things for tomorrow

I know I personally have that mentality where I would rather tackle something stressful or intimidating tomorrow, but it’s important to dive into a situation. While you can’t accomplish everything in one day, try making a list of things that you need to have done and that way you are held more accountable for your tasks.

3.  Stop avoiding

I think this quote says it all, “Suck it up. We all have things we don’t want to do, but we have to do them because we’re adults”. If success wasn’t hard to achieve, then we wouldn’t appreciate it as much.

~Katie Cooper

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3 Responses to The Daily Habits of a Successful Person

  1. Amy Hogan says:

    Great tips, Katie! With a little hard work and determination, we are all destined for success! Thanks for the reminder and motivating words.

  2. darlenef1 says:

    I definitely agree with surrounding yourself with people that you want to be like! Keep up the great work, Katie!

  3. Adam Hegstrom says:

    Katie, what an interesting post. It is nice to see what other people do to be successful. I really liked the part being proactive and “not leaving things until tomorrow.” I could not agree more.

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