Let me tell you a quick story about two brothers...
What Leads to Success
It's funny how two brothers from the
same family can wind up in such different
circumstances. Only a year apart in age,
yet a world apart in their attitude
One blames the world for all his problems.
He lives in a trailer, by himself, down by
the river. I don't mean metaphorically.
The other is successful, with plenty of
banked assets. He lives where he wants,
has the job of his dreams and a wonderful
wife. He takes vacations. Sets his own
schedule. He works when and where
So what made the difference?
The first one blames everyone else. He
expects things to be given to him, without
offering anything in return. His parents
didn't "give him" anything. No one will
"give him" a job.
The second had the same parents and
family life as the first, but he blamed
himself. Giving up is easy. Growth is
hard. He could let this life he was "born
into" consume him, and end up like the
first, or challenge his way out for a
The second brother decided to work on
his personality. To become a better
person. He decided that he didn't want
a life like his parents and brother. He
didn't want to settle. He wanted more.
He choose a career that he thought he
would love. He sought professional
training and sacrificed everything else
to achieve his goals. He was determined
He concluded that there's only two reasons
why people fail. (Barring any genetic, or
The Two Reasons Why People Fail
That's all there is to it.
The good new is... Both can be overcome.
The only differences between the two
brothers are, discontent and training.
Whereas the first gave up, the second
decided he wasn't going to take it anymore
and sought help.
He was discontent enough to endure
years of training, followed by years of
on the job experience. Then 10 years after
he began the journey, he looked around
and realized that he had achieved
independence, self reliance and happiness.
So why don't more people succeed in their
careers and life? It's because most people
are comfortable with pain.
Like it or not, that's how it is.
The settle into the dull, numbing,
comfortable, pain of their existence. Life
whittles away at them, because they're
not "discontent enough" with their present
circumstances, to be motivated enough to
They wallow in comfortable pain, accepting
the status quo, saying to themselves,
"Yup, that's how life is." Any mutterings
for false security. Anything that will
hide them from the pain that change
And yes... change is painful. But if you
endure it, and become one of the best in
the world, at what you love to do, there's
no limit to what you can achieve.
Are you ready for change?
When you are, here's my formula for
a successful future...
(Passion Skill = Potential) x Consistent
Action = Results, Belief, Success
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