The Success Principles

The Success Principles
; Jack Canfield

This is just a summary of a book.
These are not my words.

> You can’t hire someone else to do your push-ups for you.
> Take 100% responsibility at work.
> You have to give up all your excuses.
> Event + Response = Outcome
> Eat healthy foods and exercise regularly.  Sometimes you need to create an idea.
> Every outcome you experience in life is the result of how you have responded to an earlier event in your life.
> Do not ever blame someone in your thought.
> In order to complain about something or someone, you have to believe that something better exists.
> If you want to get from where you are to where you want to be, you’re gong to take that risk.
> Pete Carroll’s rules
>> Always protect the team.
>> No whining, no complaining, and no excuses.
>> Be early,.
> Don’t just sit there.  Do something.
> To be powerful, you need to take the position that you create or allow everything that happens to you.
> I’m in control and can make things happen.
> Seek feedbacks and keep questions.
> Pay attentions.  Your results don’t lie.
> God is a spirit and he is real.
> Inspire people.
> If you don’t like it, try to change or exchange.
> You need to know where you are and where you want to get to.
> Do not limit your visions.  Have your purpose of living.
>The mind is such a powerful instrument.  It can deliver to you literally everything you want.
> Most people fail not because they lack the skills or aptitudes to reach their goal, but because they simply don’t believe they can reach it.
> With training, determination, and hard work you can eventually do anything you set your mind to.
> Buddha says that all that we are is a result of what we have thought.
> Gandhi says, “a man is but the product of his thoughts.  what he thinks he becomes.”
> Through your deliberate thoughts, you can bring yourself into vibrational harmony with anything you desire.
> You need to develop continuously your capabilities.
> You can lose the material things but you can never lose your mastery what you learn and who you become in the process of achieving your goals.
> Break your complex, overwhelming tasks into small, manageable tasks, and then start on the first one.
> Prioritize and complete all of your action items.
> Steps
>> Seek out a teacher, coach, mentor; a manual, book, audio program, or an internet resource.
>> Seek out someone who has already done what you want to do.
>> Ask someone if you can shadow them for a day and watch them work.  Or offer to be a volunteer, assistant, or intern.
> Visualization is very important.  Write down or draw pictures about them.  To multiply the effect, add sounds, smells, and feelings.
> Display your dream pictures on the wall.
> Don’t be afraid of being judged by people.
> Get started.
> Mistakes are just opportunities for learning something new.
> A journey of 1,000 miles begins with one step.
> You keep moving; you might turn right or left.
> Quit waiting until you are perfectly ready; you never will be.
> Keep an ear open to what is happening.
> By 7 am, most athletes have done more than many people do all day.
> It’s not the will to win that matters.  Everyone has that.  It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.
> Leave your phone number and e-mail for a job.
>> ex) washroom cleaned by Gordon, looking to get my foot in the world of film, and will work for food !!!
> You’ve got to ask.  Asking is the world’s most powerful and neglected secret to success and happiness.
> Rejections do not cost anything from you.
> If one person tells you no, ask someone else.
> Always get a feedback.
> Learning is forever.
> New technologies and words emerge continuously. (everything including skills)
> Doing too much too fast will overwhelms you.
> You can’t skip steps.
> You have to keep measure yourself.
> Set your benchmarks.
> Persistence is very important.  Most people give up when they are about to achieve success.
> Survive 5 years.
> Do five things everyday.
> Give extra efforts without compensation or recognition.  Eventually it will get noticed.
> Spend time with the people you want to become like.
> You can meet successful people from leadership volunteer positions or seminars,
> Make a list of everybody you want to hang out with.
> Divide your life into there periods.  Then, list your success
>> ex) baby to 10, 11 to 20, 21 to 30, etc.
> You always need to evaluate everything you are doing.  By shifting a lot of things, you have to obtain the level.  Doing more of what doesn’t work won’t make it work any better.
> Your body reacts to your thoughts.
> Some people hurt you because they care you.
> 90% of your behaviour is habitual.
> Keep save your income.
> Your habits determine your outcomes.
> Procrastinating is a very bad habit.
> People who have more information have more advantages over people who don’t.
> Reading is very important.
> Biographies are good.
> You have to make sure your employees keep learning constantly.
> Listen to the audio of a successful person while you are doing something.
> Identify your core genius.
> Do what you love.  The money will follow.
> Visit your worksite and learn more.
> Have a break.
> Learn to say, ‘no,’
> 20% of your activity produces about 80% of your success.
> Leadership is coaching.
> Give your mentors something in return.
> Find somebody who already has done.
> It’s not what you know, but who you know.
> Your business must be responsible to other business people too.
> You would never expect an athlete to reach the Olympic Games without a world-class coach.
> You’ll combine yourself with different industry people.
> For most of us, our early education and training focuses on looking outside of ourselves for the answers to our questions.
> Train your intuition.
> Be interested rather than interesting.
> Four powerful question
>> What would happen if we met three years ago?
>> Biggest dangers you would face during achieving your goal
>> Your biggest opportunities to obtain your goal
>> Your strength
> Human beings like to help each other.
> Don’t assume.  Check it out.
> To be on time is very important.
> There is a secret psychology to money most people don’t know about it.
> The life you are currently living is the result of the thoughts you have thought, the choice you have made, and the actions you have taken in the past.
> Save your money – pay yourself first.
> Start compound interests (for 10 years at least).
> Do not use a credit card.
> Financial tithing is not the only tithing.  There is also time tithing, which is volunteering.
> Tithe your money to God.
> Volunteer always.
> For your website
>> (super cheap)
> You can investigate people on line (their strength, happiness, etc.).
> Everybody can be a big guy.  So, be nice to everybody online.
> People don’t buy WHAT you do; they buy WHY you do.
> TED talk ( = experts’ talking
> Use social media and the Internet to advance your expertise and enhance your personal brand,
> Create Facebook Fan Page.
> Build a profile at LinkedIn.
> Crowdfunding
> Crowdsourcing Services
> Your own seminars or workshops (maestroconference)
> Commit to never-ending improvements.
> Your life end up serving humanity.
> One of the most powerful ways to learn anything is to teach it to others.
> Go to
> You are the same today as you’ll be in five years except for two things, the books you read and the people you met.


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