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Success to Failure, Syndrome (8 Principles to get you there & keep you there)

Here’s a quick snapshot of what we usually see success as… A ladder to getting to our goal or vision.

What about staying there… Those lucky enough to make it there, should also look at ensuring they stay there!  I’ll right about goal setting in another post.  Just remember when we look at the steps of getting to success that it’s a vision that is continuous like a circle, not just steps…

Success

Success Continuous Journey

The Eight Principles of Success

  1. Passion
  2. Work
  3. Focus
  4. Push
  5. Ideas
  6. Improve
  7. Serve

Richard St. John knew how he had found success and how he lost it. A self-described average guy said he  found success doing what he loved, then he spent more than a decade researching the lessons of success — and distilling them into 8 words, 3 minutes video and one successful book.  Find out the insight he gained from his500 interviews of successful people.

The resulting book, Spike’s Guide to Success: Stupid, Ugly, Unlucky and RICH, has spawned a new avenue of success for St. John as a motivational speaker and talk-show star. His newest book is 8 to Be Great: The 8 Traits that Lead to Great Success.

“It’s so great. It’s such a boost of confidence. This book really gives you a lot of self-esteem about who you are, and that you really can be somebody.”

Thomas Fischer, Habitat for Humanit

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June 19, 2009 - Posted by | Books, Business, Inspiration | ,

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