I remember how I used to think all successful people were lucky or had some sort of connection/advantage that brought them success.
I’d think “They have to know or have something that others don’t”
Most people take successful people at face value. (I was the same way)
If someone is rich, they only notice the fact that they have a lot of money.
Next, they’ll address their curiosity and ask what the rich person does for a living.
Once they have their answer, they’ll shift their focus to something else.
“Oh, he’s rich because he sells products online.”
”Oh, he’s rich because he’s in real estate.”
”Oh, he’s rich because he owns 20 McDonald’s.”
But what people barely research is what I like to call the success journey.
It’s the one thing I study in every single successful person.
What did they do to achieve their success?
What did they sacrifice?
What allowed them to succeed while others failed?
But most importantly, how long did it take them?
You see, I don’t care if they’re successful or what they do in order to be rich.
What I care about is what they did to get there so I can learn and get there also!
And it’s this question that made it evident why some people succeed and some fail.
The more research I did, the more the same answer kept coming up over and over.
Success inevitably comes to those who wait.
Everyone who became successful waited patiently for their success.
I have yet to find a person who became successful overnight.
Someone who wins the lottery isn’t successful, they’re lucky.
…And life is too short to depend on luck.
I want to know what do to get results.
I’ll work as hard as I need to and sacrifice whatever necessary.
I just need to know what to do!
I learned a long time ago that I had to wait.
…So wait I did.
What’s interesting is that I also studied people who aren’t what you’ll consider “hard working”.
These are people who got rich by what would appear as luck.
For example, people on YouTube earning millions of dollars annually just by uploading videos.
But it wasn’t luck at all…
…It was self-belief and patience.
I learned that all these people uploaded videos consistently.
If you look at their first videos, they were published a LONG time ago and barely have any views.
This means they remained committed even when things weren’t going well.
That’s right, they waited for their success.
They knew what they wanted and believed they’d have it.
As a result, they kept making and uploading videos.
…And it was the simple fact of waiting and uploading videos that made them rich.
When I discovered this, I immediately realized how ANYONE can be successful if they just wait.
In other words, you don’t need to be a genius, you just have to keep taking action and eventually you’ll get what you want.
But that’s the problem…
People who have the ability to be successful usually quit after a short time.
”I’ve been working hard for a month and still no success…forget this!”
You have to wait.
If you can get yourself to wait and just keep doing the work necessary to achieve your goals; you’ll develop an insurance policy against failure
I’ve said it many times, you can’t fail unless you quit.
No one wants to be a failure
…But almost no one wants to wait
Waiting is the only acceptable form of payment when purchasing an insurance policy against failure.
If you think about it, you’re already rich.
You have all the money (ability to wait) that will bring you success.
Pay your dues and get what you want.
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