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Chapter 3

Success Is Simple

Today's Empowering Quote

"The mind is like the stomach.  It is not how much you put into it that counts, but how much it digests."
--A.J. Nock

Today's Empowering Question

"What can I do to ensure that this will stick in my mind?"

Today's Fast Session

As statistics show, most of what is written in the world's greatest self-help and how-to books goes unread by the buyers.  And the material that is read is typically not used.

Most people just aren't self-disciplined enough to take a bit, study it, master it then move on to the next level.  That's why universities are so valuable and so expensive...they do it right.

They give you a little bit, test you and then give you some more - building on your knowledge after you've learned the easier stuff.

That's why these letters always end with some affirmations so that you can have something to use to program your mind.  That's also why books like 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' have helped so many millions, because, as I counseled people as they bought those books from my store, the stories are meant to be read one per day...

Just enough to be not too fast.  Any more than that and the lesson in the story is missed, being plowed over by the next one.

These sessions are meant to be read the same way...

...Just one a day.

That is the best way to get the most out of them.

Benjamin Franklin, one of the world's greatest scholars, politicians and inventors, made a list of 13 virtues that he valued but did not possess.  What Ben did was work on only one virtue at a time, noting when he messed up, and when he succeeded in using the virtue.  He made turning himself into a person who possessed that virtue his mission and did not worry about any of the other 12 until he had mastered the first one.

Ultimately, he conquered them all.

And he will forever be remembered as one of the greatest men who ever lived.  Man, this is simple!  And so sad...

...Because so many people go to their graves never conquering even one of their major hurdles in life, settling for mediocrity.

Let me ask you, was Ben Franklin's growth plan so complicated that you or... well, practically anyone else couldn't use it?

Couldn't even someone with no common sense or potential for any more than pushing a broom eight hours a day go after just one goal at a time with passion?

Success isn't complicated, is it?

The average person wants to believe it is so that their failures can be explained away, their weaknesses can be hidden and their poor decisions justified.

As you read through the rest of these sessions, keep in mind how simple it is to follow them and easy it is to use them to achieve massive success and peace of mind.

Not one thing you'll be asked to do is beyond your ability to do it.  Practically anything you desire is within your grasp.

Just look at the individual tasks and go to it, one tiny step at a time.

Today's Winning Beliefs

-- I work on one area of my life at a time
-- I master easy jobs before I move on to harder things
-- I am a fast learner
-- Mastery and I are one

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