Simple blueprint for success

October 14th, 2009 by admin Leave a reply »

Since you are at this site you probably seek some online business opportunity . But have you worked the success blueprint? Or do you secretly wish the magic fairy will wave her wand and you shall be successful? If you scoffed at the second option, rethink… because that’s how it happens… after we’ve done our bit.

History stands testimony to the fact that ‘no matter what anyone else thinks or says, personal conviction and action form the blueprint for ultimate success’ … and once the blueprint perfectly processed, success appears overnight! Here are some examples:

  • Lucille Ball worked as a hat girl and waitress for 22 years before she landed her first major acting role
  • Retired Colonel Harlan Sanders gave samples to 1009 restaurants before selling his chicken recipe… popular today as KFC
  • Alex Haley spent 12 years and was $100,000 in debt when he found a publisher for his book, Roots
  • Winston Churchill’s school reports often stated, “no ambition, poor academic work and disruptive behavior”
  • Walt Disney was told by a Kansas City news editor that his sketches showed no talent
  • Thomas Edison tried over 10,000 times to invent the light-bulb before he met success, laying the foundation for GE
  • Albert Einstein was four years old before he could speak… one of his teachers stated, “he’ll never amount to anything”

While this might be an interesting forward, sit back and reflect. Is there anything you can decide to do today… which might be boringly repetitive… and possibly non-conventional… but calls for bringing out your perseverance from within? If yes, start now. If you know someone who has also followed that path and has what you want, start now and never stop! You are holding the success blueprint !

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1 comment

  1. Chris Brown says:

    Cher says “Failure is under rated”.

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