In the book “The Dip,” Seth Godin, who is a popular blogger and marketer, explains that disproportionate success always (always) comes to the top 1% of people in any field. Godin says, “The rewards are always heavily skewed, so much so that it’s typical for #1 to get ten times the benefit of #10, and … More Are You Willing To Put In 10+ Years Of Hard Work To Be Successful?
If you took 100 people when they were young and observed them as they got older, you would find that by the time they turn 65, only 5 percent of them will achieve the level of success and fulfillment that they had hoped for when they were a kid. That’s only 1 out of 20 … More What’s Easy To Do Is Also Easy Not To Do
According to Forbes magazine, the 400 wealthiest people in the world who did not graduate from college, have made a lot more money than the 400 wealthiest people in the world who did graduate from college. Billionaires who dropped out of college have an average net worth of $9.4 billion, which is triple the net worth … More Formal Education vs Self Education
It’s easy to become the CEO of a company. Why? Because no one else is trying to become the CEO. Yes, it’s difficult getting there, but it’s the difficulty that gets rid of all the other people who only ‘merely want’ to become the CEO. If it wasn’t difficult, then there would be a lot of people … More It’s Lonely At The Top
Blogs are a great tool for writers to use as a way to experiment with new ideas – to see what people like and what people don’t like. As a writer myself, whenever I have an idea that I think is important to talk about, I write a post about it first and put it on my … More How To Write An eBook
The key to living a happy, healthy, and successful life is very simple: Find three hobbies that you love. One hobby to make you money. One hobby to keep you in shape. And one hobby that allows you to be creative and that keeps you happy. Unfortunately, most people struggle with finding just one of these … More Find Your 3 Hobbies
I wrote a post a few days ago where I talked about the 50 Things I Want To Do (And Will Do) In My Life. This is something I recommend everyone should do because creating a list of goals you want to achieve in life is a great way to figure out what you should … More Get Your Daily Routine Right And You’ll Achieve In One Year What Usually Takes Most People 10
As a writer, when you start creating content at a high enough level that it resonates with a group of people, you’ll start to get noticed. This is when editors and publishers from big name brands and websites will come to you asking if they can republish your work on their sites. This is a … More When You Decide To Pick Yourself, Other People Will Start Picking You As Well
In the book “Originals,” Adam Grant says that people who are original, such as a Picasso, a Bach, or a Mozart, are not reliable. And what Grant means by this is that originals, who are people who create innovative work, do not always create work that is original. Not everything Picasso, Bach, or Edison created … More You Need Quantity To Get Quality
In the book “Managing Oneself,” Peter Drucker, who is one of the greatest business thinkers of the last century, says, “History’s great achievers – a Napoleon, a da Vinci, a Mozart – have always managed themselves. That, in large measure, is what makes them great achievers.” Drucker then says, “Now, most of us, even those … More Why Were History’s Great Achievers Successful?