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Secrets of the Rich – Conclusion

Posted on Sep 16 2008

Accomplishment-

What actions will take you closer to your goals? Decide upon the steps and write them down. Review them until you feel comfortable with those steps. Then repeat them at least once a day, crossing them off as you accomplish them.

“I believe there is no escape from the rule that We must do many, many little things to accomplish even just one big thing,” said James Dupont. “This gives me patience when I need it most.”

The most rewarding accomplishments are those that take long to achieve and present difficulties.

It is only through these difficulties that a person can rise above the rest to be the unusual, the outspoken and the well-deserved. As if building a kit, follow your own instructions. Decide your best courses of action and achieve their benefits.

Whether the steps are small or large, make them achievable and then do them. Don’t commit yourself to things that you never intend to do.

“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there,” said Will Rogers. Don’t be paralyzed by inaction; rather act upon your own convictions.

Set yourself up for rewards. Don’t give yourself goals that have no feeling of satisfaction or no monetary rewards. If you want to be an artist, be the best and learn from the best.

Don’t dwell on imperfections or the awkwardness of unpolished skills.

If you go into business, do it for profit or reinvestment. “In business, the earning of profit is something more than an incident
of success. It is an essential condition of success. Because the continued absence of profit itself spells failure,” said Justice
Brandeis.

Marchant wrote, “To be a success in business, be daring, be first, be different.” Think of ways to achieve the best; formulas to increase productivity or decrease overhead. Profit is your drive.

“Profitability is the sovereign criterion of the enterprise,” wrote Peter Drucker. And, profitability is the core of any achievement – whether financial or artistic.

Once you achieve your goals, think of ways to benefit others. “Money-getters are the benefactors of our race,” said P.T. Barnum. “To them we are indebted for our institutions of learning, and of art, our academies, colleges and churches.”

How can you benefit humankind and still keep enough to fulfill your own desires?

The Hidden Asset-

Not all success can be counted in dollars; not all richness is measured by money. “The great secret of success is to go through
life as a person who never gets used up,” said Albert Schweitzer.

“Retire upon yourself and look for the ultimate cause of things inside you.”

Look within yourself for the ultimate inspiration, and follow the true feelings you discover. “One of my favorite methods is to whisper,” said Alfred Hitchcock. “I’ve discovered the best work is done with sweet reason.”

Act upon your own conscience -that guides; that judges your actions and signals your behavior. “Conscience is the inner voice that warns us that someone may be looking,” wrote H.L. Mencken.

Accomplish what you desire; fulfill your inner yearnings. But don’t compromise your deepest feelings. “We do our best that we know how at the moment, and if it doesn’t turn out, we modify it,” said F.D. Roosevelt. Follow the paths that life offers you and live the fullest existence you can.
Take a Look-

Look at yourself and look at those who have succeeded throughout history. Do you have what it takes? Even if you have only a few of the qualities of the other great people, you can achieve your heart’s desire.

Reach for the highest, then reach higher. Accomplish your steps one by one on a daily basis, always moving forward, always making progress. Encourage yourself. Insist that you can succeed and affirm these thoughts daily.

Keep a sense of proportion and judge for yourself. Then keep busy at the tasks you’ve set out to accomplish. What’s keeping you? “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration,” said Albert Einstein.

Find inspiration wherever you can. Talk to people; read about people; learn your business or craft. Believe that you can do it and you will. The only way to dispel the doubt that you can do something is to finish it.

Always be the best you can be. Never fall short from fatigue or lethargy. Don’t attempt to do anything that you can’t give your all to.

There is no way to inner satisfaction without appealing to the higher consciousness. Search within and without to find the paths that are meant for you and follow them with conviction and a steady heart.

And, you will succeed to become as rich and full as you ever desired.
Harold Ickes wanted the “freedom to live one’s life with the window of the soul open to new thoughts, new ideas and new aspirations.”

And Woody Allen looked for a clear path. “If only God would give me some clear sign” he said. “Like making a large deposit in my name at a Swiss bank.”

Finally, Sophie Tucker sums up everyone’s worldly outlook: “I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor,” she said. “Rich is better.”

We wish you success!

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