Douglas Adams said, “Everything you see or hear or experience in any way at all is specific to you. You create a universe by perceiving it, so everything in the universe you perceive is specific to you.” In other words, our perception (external view) of the world is through our five senses; they bring the outside world to our inside minds. After we perceive the external our internal factors kick in which are called our perspectives (internal views).
You can increase your success by first rooting your perspectives (internal views) in productive concepts and principles like: honesty, teachable / positive attitude, respect, diligence, self-control, responsibility, and wisdom. With those in place, try to view things from different angles. Look to see what others might see; change your perceptions (external views) and that will help you have clarity to move forward effectively.
Keep in mind, to block out unproductive concepts and views at the start. Keep the right perspectives (internal views) and they will guide your perceptions (outside views) forward to success.