The Complete Success Ascendant 10 Week Course
The Success Ascendant Algorithm
Richard: Can you actually guarantee someone can succeed in life?
Kevin: In a free nation, and either a relatively strong mind or body, you can guarantee success for you.
Richard: How can you say that?!
Kevin: Because it is an algorithm.
Richard: What you do you need to make the algorithm work?
Kevin: One decision.
Richard: It can’t be that easy.
Kevin: There is nothing about living a life in depression, pain, fear, or anxiety that is easy.
Richard: You said earlier that no one has ever showed the world this.
Kevin: No one has.
Richard: There are hundreds of books about success by some pretty well known people.
Kevin: No one’s work has what is here.
Richard: Give me a hint as to what is different here.
Kevin: It’s an algorithm. It’s not a Facebook Post. Algorithms account for thousands, millions or pieces of information that are then collated into a formula that is predictable and works.
Richard: When does it not work?
Kevin: The individual must live in a free society, they must possess average intelligence or average physical capacity.
Richard: And they will be successful?
Kevin: If they push the button? Yes.
Richard: It’s a 10 WEEK course. I’ve followed your work for a long time and I know for a fact that you’ve never done a 10 week course.
Richard: Why does it take 10 weeks?
Kevin: It takes 40 weeks to end up with a baby. 10 weeks is as short as I could make it.
Richard: It only takes 21 days to make a new habit.
Kevin: That is absolutely incorrect. In no case can you predict a new habit from 21 days of rehearsal.
Richard: Everyone has lied?
Kevin: Humans repeat what they are told, they create beliefs that cause failure.
Richard: You can’t create a new habit in 21 days?
Kevin: That sticks like the old habit it’s supposed to replace? No. That doesn’t happen in life.
Richard: What is success?
Kevin: Success is living the life you choose for you and those that matter in life.
Richard: How is this course and time with you different than say The Wealth Accumulation System you created about 10 years ago.
Kevin: They are substantially different in content though wealth is typically part of success, for most people.
Richard: Could people have pieced this together without you?
Kevin: It’s never been done. There are no predictable systems for success available on the planet.
Richard: How did you create something so different?
Kevin: This doesn’t begin with what someone else taught as truth. It was generated from the real life experience of thousands of successful people and then brought to a solid, predictable approach that simply works in all conditions, the exceptions noted above. After the history, the stories, the facts were accumulated, then the sifting process began.
Richard: Is this really comprehensive?
Kevin: Without question.
Richard: Can it be improved on?
Kevin: It will be refined over time and updated for socio-cultural changes.
Richard: Like what?
Kevin: It’s easier to succeed in the U.S. than it is in Poland. It’s easier to succeed in Poland than it is in Peru. It’s easier to succeed in Peru than it is Khazikstan.
Richard: In all those cases though the algorithm works, it’s simply more difficult in certain countries or cultures?
Kevin: That’s a very Facebooky way to say it, but essentially that is correct.
Richard: You really don’t like Facebook do you?
Kevin: It slows us down, but you work with the limitations life gives you.
Richard: You have a reputation for speed and productivity.
Kevin: It’s true. Both of these factors are PART of the alogorithm.
Richard: People will have to change?
Kevin: People will need to operate in spite of things that slow then down. They will be productive in situations where everyone else doesn’t leave the starting gate. In other words, they will win.
Richard: Given the three parameters you mention earlier in the interview, can everyone win in life?
Kevin: It’s about the Red Button. If they push it, they will win, if they don’t they won’t.
Richard: That sounds very simplistic.
Kevin: The choice is self determined and self generated. I show people what to do after they make the choice.
Richard: What’s new in the course as far as duplicated content from the millions of words you’ve put out there on video, audio and in text?
Kevin: There IS duplicated content from Inner Circle. Certainly my daily interactions with the individuals in the course are unique.
Richard: What does ascendant mean?
Kevin: It’s an elegant metaphor that means rising power, success or influence on the self or with a group. It’s something we’ll talk about in detail in the course.
Richard: I’ve never heard of the concept.
Kevin: That’s absolutely correct.
Richard: You’ve written so much about achievement. I have the Acquisition program that seems pretty detailed and has been a huge influence on my life. Is Acquisition in this course?
Kevin: Acquisition is one puzzle piece. It’s super important. A couple of the concepts are discussed in the course but no, in general Acquisition stands on it’s own.
Richard: So it’s a prerequisite?
Kevin: Not at all. It will accelerate the algorithm however.
Richard: Then why not include it in The Success Ascendant Algorithm?
Kevin: Because we tend to not replicate information at kevinhogan.com, I really hesitate to duplicate material for no reason. People will be given a list of resource material to fine tune their experience, material that will integrate perfectly with what they do in the SAA. Additionally we know that people have limitations on what they can drink in and use at the right pace that will be necessary. We’ve excluded other content as well that makes for beautiful integration later. Decision Point, The Millionaire Mind, and so on.
Are You the Next Success?
There used to be a time when your life was like living in a hamster wheel. You’d get in the wheel and you’d just spin and spin all day. But at the end of the day at least you’d get to enjoy your time with family or friends.
Then things changed.
It’s not that “simple” any more.
Today even that banal existence is fading for a much sadder one.
The appreciation you get for what you do now approaches zero.
There are days where life seems pointless.
The number of friends you can count on is dwindling.
The number of people you can talk to when you need help is shrinking.
Relationships are now strained or shattered where they were once predictable.
Some days you feel hopeless.
Other days you feel like life is a daily struggle.
You have a pretty sharp mind and yet even you have a hard time wrapping your mind around the pace the world is changing at.
You’ve never seen things like politics divide family and friends as it does now.