The starting point of all achievement is desire. -Napoleon Hill
Key To Success:
This is my personal experience. Most of the times we sabotage our success by lying about our self to our self. Isn't so awkward and shocking? But it is true. And I don't know why we do it. So after all what is the Key to Success? Do we think that we are not yet ready for a huge success and hence we our self become an obstruction to our own success. Or we start thinking that this success looks to be too good to be true? So somehow we deliberately generate these negative thoughts to avoid our success.
Following are the three deep negative thoughts that you get immersed in, in order to avoid success.
- I don't know where to begin: Well, nobody knows where to begin. Bill Gates never had a step by step plan before he established Microsoft. An idea came in a flash of a moment and he just begun. Instead of keeping the idea within himself and keep thinking about it, he took action. Waiting for perfecting the idea before implementing it, is known as being creatively constipated. You get an idea, start working on it and then keep improving as you go further towards your goal.
- I don't have enough money: Luckily, we belong to an era where any "New Idea" has a propensity to hit a gold mine. Getting and implementing an innovative idea is key to success. Take the case of Uber. It was just an idea. Owner of Uber has no cabs, no drivers and no infrastructure. Gone are the days when any New Startup required huge amount of money. Beside this, Most of the millionaires were born like very average people. When you take action, When you want something very badly and your intention has clarity, the whole universe conspires to make it happen.
- I can't do it all by myself: Very few people are lucky enough to get a right mentor at the right time. But think about it, if your idea is very non conventional but too creative, you are the best person to implement it. However, you can read books closely suitable to your idea and hypothetically make the author or a character of the book your mentor. I am sure you can get guidance through this character as and when required.
However, Experts have found one fact. All the people who turned their passion / dream into a great success, had one common factor and it was not "Hard Work". They all share a little known secret about their brain. And that is the main key to success.
If you are interested watch this presentation to know that any Tom, Dick and Harry can use this secret to turn you dream into reality.