Rules of Success
Rules of success can be vary but the basics remain the same. “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu said this during the sixth century BC. It is fantastic advice, and it has lived through the ages. The fact that you are reading this — taking a step — mean you will have an advantage over your competitors.
Another rule of success is you can learn from the past as well as from others, and certainly from your own successes and failures. The process of learning will accelerate your path to correct action, and taking correct action is what will get you ahead inside companies of any size at a faster pace.
In this 90 second video, Steve Jobs explains the rules for success and why you should chase your passion.
Many years of working as Canadian Real Estate investors coach/mentor has taught me that self-esteem doesn't come from what you own, it comes from what you create. No one is born a success, but everyone has the potential to become one.
The self esteem can't be measured by money, but it can be measured by the number of lives that are impacted. It's why so many successful people keep creating, keep impacting lives and keep smiling. While there is certainly no single road to success, there do seem to be some distinct, guiding blueprints to getting there.
Already-greats such as Ralph Lauren, Sir Richard Branson and JK Rowling could easily pack in their day job, but choose not to.
It's because they're having too much fun expressing them and creating their art.
Ralph Lauren was asked "Don't you find it stressful working 12 hours a day at the age of 74?"His reply: "Stress isn't working 12 hours a day doing a job you love. Stress is working 8 hours a day doing a job you hate."
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"Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit and think about it. Go out and get busy." -- Dale Carnegie
"If everybody loves you, something is wrong. Find at least one enemy to keep you alert." -- Paulo Coelho