Success – what does this word mean to you? What does being successful look like to you? 

Is it having tons of money? Landing your dream job? Owning your dream house? Or being happy and living a fulfilled life? 

I think we can all agree that we all have different definitions of being successful. Success can mean different things to each of us. 

I for one think being successful means finding your purpose, living a meaningful life, and just being happy. 

But for you, it might be something different – and that’s completely okay. 

Because we have to remember, that we all have different journeys. We all take different paths and find ourselves on different roads but whatever it may mean to you, I think it’s safe to say that there are certain habits successful people share to help them achieve their own version of success. 

Here are 20 Habits of Highly Successful Women

She is willing to step out of her comfort zone and challenges herself — she’s always constantly pushing herself to do better. Always challenging herself whether physically, mentally, or intellectually. 

She starts her day with a positive mindset — starting your day with a positive outlook will help you have a more likely happy and successful day.  Remember, the law of attraction. 

She’s constantly learning — they are not afraid to ask questions. They are constantly hungry for more knowledge. 

She makes time for herself — regardless of how busy you are, taking the time out to practice self-care and check-in with yourself is very important. 

She sets goals and sticks with them – She knows what she wants, where she wants to be and she creates an action plan on how to get there.

She knows how to handle criticisms – she accepts criticisms and learns from them. She knows that criticisms are avenues for personal growth and self-improvement. 

She is consistent with her efforts – consistency plays a huge part in being successful.

She knows that success doesn’t happen overnight. 

She helps others – she doesn’t drag people down for her own benefit. Remember, blowing out someone else’s candle won’t make yours shine any brighter. 

She is grateful – she knows that it’s important to be grateful. To focus on her blessings instead of her worries. 

She is not afraid to fail – she knows that failure is not the enemy. Making mistakes is not a bad thing. The important thing is to learn from them and keep going. 

She tracks her finances — get this finance tracker to help you out. 

She knows that her mental health is a priority. 

She encourages other people  — she’s constantly supportive and she lifts people up. 

She is a good listener – it is important to listen more than you speak.

She is organized — she keeps track of her goals, tasks, and results. 

She celebrates her wins (big and small)

She doesn’t compare herself to others – she knows her worth and she’s secure in herself. 

She is kind and compassionate — kindness is her superpower! 

She takes action — she knows that regardless of how many times you plan things if you don’t stand up and take action, your situation is never going to change. 

Remember, that you don’t have to master all of these at once. Creating good habits is not something that can be done overnight. 

So, don’t put yourself down if you haven’t accomplished all of these yet. Take it one habit at a time and be consistent with your efforts. 

You got this!