If you want to unlock the secret of successful women, you need to have the same positive mindset. It’s all about your attitude and it will come out in what you say, or more fittingly, what you don’t say. Pay close attention to the five things successful women never say.
“It isn’t my problem.”
A woman who is at the top of her game is not going to tell you that it isn’t her problem. When she is faced with a challenge, she rises to the occasion. The successful woman actually relishes the chance to sink her teeth into something difficult and overcome it, giving her an immense sense of satisfaction. The next time an ocean of trouble comes your way, build a boat.
“I can’t do it.”
Can’t is not in the vocabulary of the successful woman. She loves the line from that old song, “Anything you can do, I can do better. I can do anything better than you.” This kind of woman will not accept no for an answer or locked doors. She will find a way around a challenge, look for a key, and think outside the box.
“I don’t know what to do.”
If a successful woman doesn’t know how to do something or the answer to a question, she is going to find the answer. She’ll do the research, call the experts, or try trial and error. There will be no throwing her hands in the air and waving a white flag of surrender. She will figure it out.
“There isn’t enough time in a day.”
The successful woman doesn’t accept the limitations of time. She manages her daily activities with maximum efficiency. She does not waste a minute. She’s up early in the morning and stays up late to push the extra mile. The successful woman will get it done.
“I am small in the big picture.”
The successful woman will never put herself down or discount her own merits. She has a dream and vision that is big enough to swallow the world. It consumes her and she’ll do whatever it takes to go after it. She’ll find a megaphone, build a platform, or sprout wings if that’s what it takes to accomplish her goals. Nothing can get in her way and others will take notice because she is cloaked in confidence.