Why Is It Important To Celebrate Your Success?
Celebrating your achievements not only feels good physically, but also reinforces the positive attitude and behavior you want to demonstrate when you face a new challenge or opportunity.
Did you take time out of your busy schedule to celebrate your success? As entrepreneurs, we spend a lot of time obsessing over the future. However, when we have accomplished an important goal, instead of celebrating it, we immediately condition the next goal. If you don't take the time to celebrate your achievements, you will likely run out after a while.
While you don't actually need an excuse to celebrate, for most A-type entrepreneurs, the celebration times are birthdays ending in 0. (30th year, 40th year etc.)
Dan Pena, known as the "$ 50 Billion Man," is a good example. He is very hardworking, has achieved many successes in his personal and business life, and has paid his earnings to humanity with both donations and educational aids. He also knows how to celebrate his success with his family and friends. Here are three reasons why celebrating your achievements is critical enough to your future success.
1- Celebrations Change Your Physiology and Strengthen Your Psychology
When you celebrate, endorphins are released in your body and you feel incredibly good. When you accomplish something and take the time to celebrate it, you gain strength to assist your future success. Much of what we do about our work is powered by or limited by our psychology. By celebrating our achievements, it not only feels great physically, but also reinforces the way we want to act when faced with a new challenge (challenge) or opportunity.
Conversely, if you cannot celebrate many of your accomplishments, you will condition your brain that what you do is not that exciting and important. If it feels ordinary every day (even though you do great things) you will stop giving 110% to your work, which will reduce the success of your results. Simply put, the lack of celebration will lead to less focus and a feeling of emptiness that will cause your performance to degrade over time.
2- Celebrating with Colleagues and Partners Strengthens Your Ties
Acknowledging your achievements has many psychological and physiological benefits. However, expanding the circle and including your co-workers and partners gives you additional benefits.
At the height of the celebration there is an added benefit of strengthening your business network with those around you. The feeling of celebration is contagious and those around you will want to share that success. When successes are conveyed correctly, it creates new ideas and opportunities. When you are at the top, you feel like you can achieve anything. When you are with others at the top, it is natural to seek new collaborations and ways of empowerment for your success.
3- Classifies Your Celebrations As A Successful And Attracts More Success Towards You
Success breeds success. For this reason, it is natural to act with this momentum during celebration events. Celebrating when you want to grow your business not only reinforces the positive aspects of what you do, it also positions your business properly as a desirable company that others will want to share in its success with.
Perception becomes reality over time. While you celebrate your success, others look for ways to participate in what you have built. The right partnerships are built through exchange of values. This brings you to a point where you can decide whether to allow others to join you. When others sit at the table, it probably means that they have come to expand on what you have already accomplished.