Information Age:
7 Keys to Success

Information Age: 7 Keys to Success

I t’s 24 years ago, November 1989, when the Berlin Wall came down and the World Wide Web went up. The world changed forever. These events marked the end of the Industrial Age and the beginning of the Information Age.

The Information Age can be very tough and very disorienting. But it also presents unbelievable opportunities if we choose to see and take advantage of them.

Here are seven critical keys to achieving success in the Information Age. Success in your personal and business life!

Develop and maintain a positive mental attitude

The world is not going to ever go back to way things were before. Teach yourself to see only the new possibilities that exist today and be blind to its obstacles.

Become totally flexible

In the Information Age, you choose some change, and some change chooses you. So prepare yourself to deal effectively with the change that chooses you. Be flexible in your response to change. More times than not, changes that initially upset you turn out to serve your interests and prove to be far better than you think.

Become a great communicator

Communication is your greatest source of power in achieving what you want. Effective communication is an absolute key to your ability to make decisions and to educate, motivate, influence, and persuade others.

Take advantage of being a woman
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When it comes to communication women have huge advantage. Let’s use it. Women naturally are better communicators than men. Let’s use what nature gave us and use it as a leverage to step up and take our position in the world as leaders.

Become a dynamic goal achiever

Setting goals plays a crucial role in building your road to success. It puts you in control of your life. It makes you a better decision maker because you know what’s important and what’s not. It establishes your targets, focuses your energies, and gets you back on course when you’re lost.

Just setting goals is not enough. It is only by writing them down, making detailed plans to achieve them, and then by taking action on them every day that you will achieve the success you desire.

Become a student for life
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To succeed in the Information Age, you must create and maintain a competitive advantage for yourself. To stay ahead in this fast-paced game of survival, you must constantly acquire new knowledge and skills. Develop a broad base of knowledge and a variety of skills so you can move quickly in new directions, grab new opportunities, or avoid disastrous twists of fate.

If you are counting on what you learned in school to keep you competitive in today’s world, forget it! If you don’t have a personal-development program in place right now, you must start today, or you’ll stay behind. And on top of that…

Get a good business and financial education

To win in the Information Age, you must prepare yourself by getting a good business and financial education. Set aside time to read in your field every day, listen to audio programs, attend educational seminars on a regular basis.

Use the seven keys I mention here and you’ll enjoy the success and benefits the Information Age has to offer.

Have a magical day!

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Vered Neta

Trainer, coach and author of ‘Financial Independence for Women’. Helping to create personal, business and financial success. I am the co-founder of Open Circles Academy, and founder of Balanced Business Women. My long term goal is to support women on their path to become conscious millionaires and leaders in their field of expertise. Let’s connect on Facebook or follow me onTwitter.

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