Success Producing Acronyms (SPA)

by tk226
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DIY, Do-It-Yourself
DIN: Do it now
Smart: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely.

I guess, the list of such 'Success Producing Acronyms' (SPA) is not limited. Anyway, I kindly seek your contribution for its expansion.
#acronyms #producing #spa #success
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    AYF: All your fault
    BTDT: Been there, done that
    CATCH: Come Again? That Can't Help!
    IBM: Inadequate but marketable.
    YWSYLS: You win some, you lose some.
    PBKAC: Problem Between Keyboard and Chair

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    ANDW: Act Now Don't Wait.

    This is an issue with most. I just felt a few intuitive nudges which I acted on, leading me in the proper direction. The old me would have waited, the new me goes.

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  • Profile picture of the author tk226
    GOSPA: Goals, Objectives, Strategies, Plans, and Activities

    PDCA: Plan, Do, Check, & Act

    SWOT : Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats

    Apples : Attitude, Plan, People Power, Learning everyday, Energy, Success, (The idea comes Bill Cullen, the Irish Entrepreneur)

    SODA: Simplify, Organize, Delegate and Automate

    USP: Unique Selling Proposition/point
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    HUGGS (Huge, Unbelievably Great Goals).
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  • Profile picture of the author tk226
    “SBC Model” of new habit pattern formation. These three letters stand for “Stimulus-Behavior-Consequences.” First, something happens in your life that stimulates a thought or feeling. Second, in response, you behave in a particular way. Third, as a result, you experience a certain consequence. If you repeat this process often enough, you develop a new habit.
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  • Profile picture of the author tk226
    “significant emotional experience,” or a “SEE.” Any experience of intense joy or pain, combined with a behavior, can create a habitual behavior pattern that may endure for the rest of a person’s life.
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    • Profile picture of the author tk226
      Originally Posted by jdjenkins View Post

      or how about - TMATR - Too Many Acronyms To Remember!!!

      best wishes,

      Jon.
      Thanks, you've caught a big loophole in my idea. Anyway, we may not be able to remember many success acronyms but if some acronyms strike in rhythmic way with our mental chords than the I think the job is good. As you know the goal is to bombard the mind with variety of success ways by learning.
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  • Profile picture of the author andrewfashion
    I like the SMART one, that's neat
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