Monday, April 2, 2012

B is for Behavior

My theme this month for the A-Z Challenge is centering around success. Today's letter is B. My b word for success is behavior. You're probably wondering what behavior has to do with success? Behavior is just as important as attitude when it comes to your success. You can't act like a fool and expect to succeed!

In the game of success you have to be a wise owl:

  • Winning attitude: Your behavior has to show other's you are a winner. You must have that "can-do" attitude in order to succeed. A "cannot" attitude is the attitude of a person who wants to lose. A winning attitude=success
  • Integrity: What does integrity have to do with behavior? Your behavior is a reflection of you. If you are honest it shows. If you have integrity it shows through your behavior. Do you want to achieve success through dishonesty? Is your behavior that of a weasel or a wise owl?
  • Show respect/responsibility: Respect and responsibility are two peas in the pod of success. You have to respect yourself before you can respect others. Respect of all things around you can make or break you. It can lead to success or failure. You decide. Do you respect yourself enough to want to succeed? And what about responsibility? Are you are responsible person? Are you a goofy in the game of life? How bad to you want to succeed? What's it worth to you? An irresponsible behavior will take you nowhere in life. 
  • Encourage others: An encouraging behavior means a successful person. When you are encouraging to others it not only boosts their self-esteem, but it makes you feel good and when you feel good you tend to succeed in all you do. Be positive and uplifting to others. This behavior will take you down the road to success.

"Behavior is what a man does, not what he thinks, feels, or believes." Author Unknown


Rosanna said...

Thanks for the good behavior tips! Happy blogging!

Cortney Pearson said...

Great tips! Thanks for sharing.

SandiGrace said...

I like this. I was thinking of success in the kingdom of God. Often Jesus asks His followers to do things that seem counter-intuitive: Praying for enemies, turning the other cheek, giving up our lives to gain it, etc. So, in that light, I especially like the Wise Owl's Behavior Expectations. :) They're all good, but I especially like the last one: Encouraging and uplifting others. We live in such a selfish world; that when anyone lifts up someone else, it is definitely refreshing.

Stacy S. Jensen said...

Very good points Debra. I love the final quote too.

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