How to Find Success: Hack Yourself First

If you muddle up your vision you run the risk of ineffectiveness. As entrepreneurs, we all strive to reach some level of success, whether in our businesses, personal lives, or community involvement. We yearn to realize our visions of greatness. Yet, year after year, idea after idea, there is are great deal of failures we will face on our journey. I’ve read that success rate of the first product is about ten percent, which means on average we have a ninety percent failure rate for our first go at creating something meaningful successfully. It’s human.

Luckily our average goes up as we attempt to create new iterations or products. So what does it take to continuously fail so that you can unearth your success? How do we tap into the source of  inner drive that pushes us to a success rate that brings us satisfaction?

Finding that answer will be a long journey for you, but luckily we have observed some simple hacks to help over the time span of human history.

The best place to start is with your thoughts.

What are thoughts made of?

A lot of us believe that our thoughts come from the brain, but the truth is our entire body do you remember stubbing your toe and feeling the pain there. When we consider the body’s role in thought production we can no longer deny that our health and well being add or subtract from how we reach success in our lives. So Think and Grow rich delves much deeper into our minds. Furthermore, when we analyze Think and Grow rich we realize that focus and faith are what truly help us realize the states of being we see ahead of us. Finding  your burning desire to achieve whatever state of being you clearly envision for yourself. It is very important that your state of being is clear. If you muddle up your vision you run the risk of ineffectiveness. So if you have a vague vision, will cause a lack of clarity and inefficiencies. So every time you refine your vision make it clearer and clearer and you will be more productive towards finding your success.

If you muddle up your vision you run the risk of ineffectiveness.

Then comes focus, once your vision is clear, you need to focus on it every single day. Whether it is 20 minutes, 50 minutes, or 2 hours a day, whatever it takes to ensure you are building on the work you’ve done so far will ensure you reach your goals. Your vision will be realized but it’s going to take a length of time, and delaying how much effort you put into shortening the distance between where you are now and where you want to be only further delays your journey to success. Whatever it takes whenever you can you need to call your vision every day and check in on how you are doing. It can be so easy to slip away.

So after focus comes faith. Now, I am not one to be religious, but I do believe we are a unified and, therefore, a semi-mystical universe. Even science ties us to a common denominator among all living and nonliving things. Furthermore, whether you believe in a being watching over your shoulder or not, the truth is the watchful eye is within us. That voice that lies behind all the voices that fill your head over the years with different beliefs, the one voice that stills questions back and answers back is who you want to hack into a find. Me my voice tells me to write and tells me to uplift the prosperity of people. I know to rely on these skills and desires and as long as I fulfill this calling I have found success. Have faith that you have the ability to do whatever your voice requires of you. What do you have faith in your ability to do? Start now. You will grow trust over time and you will cultivate faith over time, and your path forms into your destiny. It’s a wild road ahead for anybody who reaches success. Especially entrepreneurs because now you are tapping into the public world and bring the public goods and services, which comes with a larger network and larger scope of self.

What do you have faith in your ability to do? Start now. You will grow trust over time and you will cultivate faith over time, and your path forms into your destiny. It’s a wild road ahead for anybody who reaches success. Especially entrepreneurs because now you are tapping into the public world and bring the public goods and services, which comes with a larger network and larger scope of self.

Start now. You will grow trust over time and you will cultivate faith over time, and your path forms into your destiny. It’s a wild road ahead for anybody who reaches success. Especially entrepreneurs because now you are tapping into the public world and bring the public goods and services, which comes with a larger network and larger scope of self.

You will grow trust over time and you will cultivate faith over time, and your path forms into your destiny. It’s a wild road ahead for anybody who reaches success. Especially entrepreneurs because now you are tapping into the public world and bring the public goods and services, which comes with a larger network and larger scope of self.

Last point, faith, focus, and sense of self. One of the things that held back Ayn Rand’s philosophy is that it was too focused. Coming into the postmodern world we realize that there is a lot of gray area between right and wrong. When it comes to making successful decisions we need to realize that our Self, not the capital, is greater than  our self. Our scope of self includes our friends, family, and communities, so feel comfortable placing them within your success journey. Soon you will unearth a pattern that is the destiny of YOU.

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