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Certain habits can make you achieve success. Pixabay
  • People attain success by incorporating positive habits in their lifestyles
  • Learning about such habits and following them can be a worthwhile exercise
  • Employing positive and good habits needs no more effort than developing negative ones

July 30, 2017: Keeping aside the component of luck, some people attain success in life due to the cultivation of specific habits. Knowing and learning about these habits and ways of incorporating them in one’s life could prove to be a worthwhile exercise. Here are the 10 habits of successful people.

1. Positive attitude:

As per many successful people, positive attitude is one of the root causes of achieving success other than being a result of attaining success. One should prioritize being grateful and positive self-talking in order to achieve success. This is one of the most important habits of successful people.

2. Organization:

Organization includes planning for the future and setting aims and priorities. Every evening, one should design a “To-Do-List” for the coming day before going to bed.


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Organising involves planning as well as setting aims. Pixabay

3. Taking Action:

Without action, planning would be nothing. It is essential to act frequently and quickly. It may sound unreasonable, successful people act before they feel they are ready.

4. Reading:

Most of the reading habit of successful people is a means to gather knowledge and gain insight. Most important & common habits of successful people.

5. Sharing:

Successful people have a tendency of giving and sharing, either through donation or through sharing of ideas.
Lack of wealth should not obstruct one from sharing. One can volunteer at a local school or one’s community as it does cost nothing and can provide help and divert attention to areas where it is needed the most.


6. Rising Early:

Successful people have a custom of rising early. This habit is common among those people who constantly perform well in life.

7. Frugality:

This means being economical when it comes to resources and money. This habit comes from avoiding waste which will, in turn, result in efficiency.

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8. Networking:

It is essential to know the essence of exchanging ideas with other people through networking. Successful people also know the value of teamwork and collaboration which are likely to occur when you network.

9. Personal Care:

Personal care with regard to exercise, hygiene, and diet is an essential habit on the list of successful people. Personal care involves a highly disciplined lifestyle and a complex regimen for some.

10. Relaxing:

One of the most frequent habits of successful people including relaxing which can be achieved either by meditating or just avoiding distractions. People who are well organized, are able to make it a rather natural byproduct than a conscious decision.

Majority of people have a few habits which can be either positive or negative. For those individuals who want to be successful, the good news is that incorporating positive habits does not need more effort than growing bad ones.

One of the habits of successful people/individuals includes conscious effort of rising early every day. Other habits such as organizing can take a bit more skill but eventually give the result of the most wanted outcome, namely, success.

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34 Indian Scientists invited for 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany

A total of 400 young scientists from 76 countries have been selected to participate in the meeting, where they will meet Nobel laureates at Lake Constance

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Kolkata, March 22, 2017: As many as 34 young Indian scientists have been invited for the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany from June 25 to 30, it was announced on Wednesday.

A total of 400 young scientists from 76 countries have been selected to participate in the meeting, where they will meet Nobel laureates at Lake Constance.

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“Of the 34 young Indian scientists, 22 are based at Indian universities or institutes while the other 12 are currently based … abroad (in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Israel, the UK, and the US),” said a statement from the communications department of the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.

“Every year, one-to-two members of the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings travel to India to assist with the selection of young scientists. Besides India, the only other country that they travel to in order to assist with the selection process is China,” the communique said.

In South Asia, five young scientists from Pakistan and one young scientist from Bangladesh have been selected to participate.

The meetings have taken place every year since 1951 and are designed as a forum for exchange, networking and inspiration.

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The 2017 meeting is dedicated to Chemistry. So far, 31 Nobel laureates have confirmed their participation.

The young scientists are outstanding undergraduate students, graduate students and post-doctorates under the age of 35, conducting research in the field of Chemistry.

They have successfully passed a multi-stage international selection process. 155 scientific institutes, universities, foundations and research-oriented companies contributed to the nominations.

The proportion of women among the selected young scientists is 45 per cent.

Bernard Feringa and Jean-Pierre Sauvage, who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016, together with Sir Fraser Stoddart, for the design of molecular machines, will also participate in this year’s meeting.

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 Besides molecular machines, the key topics of the this year’s meeting will include big data, climate change and the role of science in a ‘post-truth’ era.

The selected young scientists may expect a six-day programme with numerous lectures and panel discussions. Some of them will also get the opportunity to discuss their own work at one of the master classes or at the poster session. (IANS)