What Is Success?
The definition really depends on where a person is in life or what has his or her attention. Success in early childhood might mean receiving an allowance for the first time or getting to stay up past one’s bedtime. But that would no longer be of interest just a few years later, when success in the teen years might mean getting one’s own bedroom, cell phone, or a later curfew.
Where you are in life, the conditions you’re facing, and the situations, events, and people on which your attention is most focused will influence your definition of success. Success can be found in any number of realms—financial, spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, philanthropic, communal, or familial.
However, wherever you find it, the most crucial things to know about success—in order to have it and keep it— are the following:
1. Success is important.
2. Success is your duty.
3. There is no shortage of success.
“Anyone that suggests to me to do less either not a real fiend or very confused!’’
- What Is the 10X Rule?
- Why the 10X Rule Is Vital
- What Is Success?
- Success Is Your Duty
- There Is No Shortage of Success
- Assume Control for Everything
- Four Degrees of Action
- Average Is a Failing Formula
- 10X Goals
- Competition Is for Sissies
- Breaking Out of the Middle Class
- Obsession Isn’t a Disease; It’s a
- Gift Go “All In” and Overcommit
- Expand—Never Contract
- Burn the Place Down
- Fear Is the Great Indicator
- The Myth of Time Management
- Criticism Is a Sign of Success
- Customer Satisfaction Is the Wrong Target
- Successful or Unsuccessful?
- Getting Started with 10X