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Success A D ay W i t h BRIGHT OUTLOOK Being the person you’ve always dreamed of being may not be as hard as you may have originally thought. Learning how to find your own personal excellence by being innately aware that the power to change is in your control. T I P S BY J U S T I N K E E PE R M A N MINDSET MATTERS An ideal mindset needs to be in place before you’re able to move on to anything. Having the right mindset is a key element to succeeding in life. Do you know how many no’s I received before I received my first big yes — A LOT! Be determined and don’t ever get discouraged.    GOAL GETTER In order to achieve great things, you have a plan that you can always turn back to. As life goes on, we’re sometimes distracted away from our goals; having a plan will get you back on track.    BELIEVE IN YOURSELF If you don’t, who will? You have to know what you’re capable of before anybody else knows. Don’t ever doubt yourself. Believing in yourself is the key to finding excellence and success.    FORWARD THINKING I’ve always had a mentor growing up and now it’s my turn to give of my experiences and time. Having a mentor is a great way to learn and acquire knowledge, not only about a profession, but also about life.    HALF FULL Ever noticed how the universe seems to work against you when you’re in a bad mood? Well, it’s not a coincidence. Bad energy attracts bad energy and good energy attracts good energy. Make sure to surround yourself with positive and motivated people.   MIX IT UP Step outside of your comfort zone whenever possible. Meet new people, try new things and learn how to be comfortable outside your daily routine. One of the rules I live by is to never turn down the opportunity to experience something new at least once.  ABOUT THE AUTHOR Justin Keeperman is the Co-Founder & Director of Business Development at WGY Lifestyle, a full-service travel, event coordination and lifestyle management concierge; WGYLifestyle.com. › 64