Principle 1.7: Simple isn’t Necessarily Easy

Though this principle is simple, it is not necessarily easy to implement. It requires concentrated awareness, dedicated discipline, and a willingness to experiment and take risks. You have to bewilling to pay attention to what you are doing and to the results you are producing. You have to ask yourself, your family, your friends, your …

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Principle 1.6: Life Becomes Much Easier

Successful people, on the other hand, face facts squarely. They do the uncomfortable and take steps to create their desired outcomes. Successful people don’t wait for disasters to occur and then blame something or someone else for their problems. Once you begin to respond quickly and decisively to signals and events as they occur, life …

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Principle 1.5: You Are Complaining to The Wrong Person

Have you ever noticed that people almost always complain to the wrong people—to people who can’t do anything about their complaint? They go to work and complain about their spouse; then they come home and complain to their spouse about the people at work. Why? Because it’s easier; it’s less risky. It takes courage to …

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Principle 1.4: Everything You Experience Today Is the Result of Choices You Have Made in the Past

Everything you experience in life,  both internally and externally – is the result of how you have responded to a previous event.  Event: You are given a #200,000 bonus. Response: You spend it on clubbing. Outcome: You are broke Event: You are given a #200,000 bonus. Response: You invest it in a lucrative business. Outcome: …

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Principle 1.3: You Have to Give Up Complaining and Blaming

“The man who complains about the way the ball bounces is likely the one the one who dropped it.” Lou Holtz Think about this… people only complain about things they can do something about. We don’t complain about the things we have no power over. Have you ever seen an elderly person all bent over …

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Principle 1.2: You Have to Give Up All Your Excuses

99% of all failures come from people who have a habit of making excuses. George Washington Carver Chemist who discovered over 325 uses of peanut. If you want to create the life of your dreams, then you are going to have to take 100% responsibility for your life as well. That means giving up all …

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1st Principle:Take 100% Responsibility for Your Life

“You  must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself” – Jim Rohn The real truth – and the lesson this whole book is based on – is that there is only one person responsible for the quality of the life you live. That person …

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