I’ve never liked the word. You probably know that about me. There’s a bunch of words I find just a little “off,” mostly because they don’t have measurable definitions.
But today we’ll use the word… success.
Success, in part, is about living life your way.
I’ve just completed putting together the biggest course I’ve ever created. Bigger than Decision Point, Internet Marketing, Authoring a Book, Wealth Accumulation.
You’re going to be successful, and in the new course that I just finished I define terms so you can actually measure just what’s happening in your life.
Are you really successful?
No one wants the delusional response. And of course, no one wants to have the other response which is, “I feel like a failure.”
No one can have a monopoly on control, “balance,” or daily life experience. But you can definitely MOVE into a DIRECTION that takes you where you as a good person, a person that works hard, deserves to be. Success comes in many colors. There is success in a relationship. There is success in business. There is success in your spiritual or philosophical world. There is success in all kinds of different aspects of life.
The same skills and action types that generate success.
The question is, will you strike out like most… or will you re-channel that energy into achieving what you want in life?
Everyday I consult and coach with businesses/individuals around the world.
I normally don’t share this with the world, but because of the benefits my clients get from you having a better life and financial situation, I want to give this to you, here and now. Today you get four specific Real Life Solutions to problems that stop almost EVERYONE from having the life they want.
What really influences you to achieve or fail in life, business?
***How can you dramatically improve your odds?***
How important are the seemingly “little things” vs. the big things?
What impact does the person you live with have on your success?
You know, it’s funny. A lot of people think they “need an office,” to “have a business”.
In most cases, it doesn’t matter whether you are going to pilot your young and growing business projects or sales calls from your home or an office. I generally encourage people I consult with to run a business from their home from Day One for a plethora of no-brainer reasons.
Running project from your Coffee Table allows you to not only succeed but actually build wealth. Your Coffee Table business allows you far more time for you to get to where you are going. After all the commute is 100 feet from your bedroom. Forget the gas, maintenance, insurance savings. Forget that your kids see a parent when they get home.
There is a time to switch to a marriage to someone who leases office space, but that will be more about the number of people who work for you and not much else.
Renting space can be mercilessly expensive, and leases for space last longer than most marriages…and just as stressful!
If someone is independently wealthy, then the decision is a toss up. If someone is bringing in less than, say, $250,000 per year, the home office is almost a no-brainer.
But the success or failure of your work, what you do, how you perform, your creativity, your drive, your passion, your interest and excitement can be almost instantly Switched On or Off by one or two crucial people.
Sometimes your success or failure goes beyond your actions and rests within the reaches of your mind’s reactions to the person who is likely most important in your life.
You want the support of the people who occupy your living space to support and encourage you to have your Coffee Table Business AT HOME.
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