5 Habits of Highly Successful Scientists: THE EDITORIAL


  • Dr. Hassaan Tohid




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Earl Nightingale, one of the most well known personal
development speakers and authors of the last century,
defined success as "The Progressive Realization of a
worthy idea." This means that the moment you start
moving towards something worthwhile, you are already

Therefore, success is not a destination; it is a journey
you embark upon while working towards a goal. As long
as you strive to achieve something, you are a success;
otherwise, you are considered a failure.
Ever since I developed an interest in the subject of
success and became a lifelong learner, I decided to
embark on my own marvelous journey towards success
and bring others along with me.
Consequently, I constantly educate my students on
success through my social media videos. This article is
yet another attempt to guide the students and readers
of this journal who aspire to become exceptional and
outstanding scientists in the future, providing them with
principles of success that will help them achieve their
goal of becoming successful scientists.
Numerous books have been written on the subject of
success. Different authors have explained various
secrets and natural or divine laws that govern success
in this universe. I, too, firmly believe in the laws of
success. We all know that success comes from hard
work, discipline, dedication, and determination –
qualities that top scientists already possess. However,
in this editorial, I have chosen what I believe to be the
top five habits or traits of successful individuals, in
addition to hard work, discipline, dedication, and
determination. I consider all of these success habits to
be natural or divine laws of success, and any scientist
who adheres to them is bound to achieve success.
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advances in their field. They make a point of not
missing any significant seminars, conferences, or
webinars. This commitment to lifelong learning persists
throughout their lives