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I believe most would agree that a person who is financially successful but has a poor relationship with their spouse has not attained true overall "success." The same could be said for the one who is spiritually successful but can't feed their family. "Success" can be very specific, as in the triumphant completion of a particular goal. This could include building a business, dropping 25 pounds, attracting a mate, lowering your golf score and much, much more. We might have used one or two of the principles expertly and effectively, but we didn't use all three. And all three must be used in order to achieve any type of significant success. The foundational concept with which you will align the Three Principles is Belief. No real surprise there. As Napoleon Hill famously wrote, "All great success begins with desire." Obviously, you must know what you want, and you must desire it enough that you will follow through on the Three Principles. I define a system as "The process of predictably achieving a goal based on a logical and specific set of how-to principles. The key is predictability. If it's been proven that by doing "A" you'll get the desired result of "B" then you know that all you need to do is "A" and eventually you'll get "B." It's often said that knowledge is power but you know that's not true. Unless you apply it, it's as good as non-existent. In order to move your current reality from where it is today to where you want it to be, it's imperative you act upon your knowledge, and do so now. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs.
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