"Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value." (Albert Einstein)
Humans have the ability to aspire, idealize, and create goals to shoot for. Without this ability there would be no civilization.
As an individual it is your responsibility to aim for your own personal success. Stop searching for a purpose from external sources, and aim to create this purpose from within you. With the right decisions, devotion, persistence, determination, and evaluation, you are more than capable of turning your vision and aspirations into reality. This is the power of The Success Blueprint.
Success can mean very different things for different people. Most people in modern society would automatically attribute success to wealth, romance, fame, and greatness. There are also some people who have selfless aspirations, such as curing a disease, ending world hunger, saving the environment, or something simple like helping the family.
But is success really all about those things? Before you proceed with the five steps of The Success Blueprint, you must first understand what success truly means and why it is important to have your own definition of it.
Despite the different ways people would describe success, we can be certain of one thing about it: attaining it equals having a purpose. Whether you like it or not, pursuing your own success should be the reason why you wake up every morning, work hard, and deal with all the difficulties in life. This is true even if you feel like your purpose is shallow, and success in life is out of your reach. It is only a matter of perception. This is why finding your own definition of success is similar to finding out your reason for living.
The steps covered in this audiobook:
- Step 1: Decide
- Step 2: Devote yourself & kick-start your goals
- Step 3: Be determined & persist
- Step 4: Evaluate
- Step 5: Daily affirmation
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What members say
- The IT guy
Well structured, concise and to the point
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Success Blueprint?
Work with a Purpose and Fight for what’s Meaningful for You
What about Robert Gazy’s performance did you like?
What insight do you think you’ll apply from The Success Blueprint?
Evaluate what's preventing you from achieving success. if you keep doing the same thing you will get the same results
Any additional comments?
Although this audiobook is short but it is packed with actionable steps that you could take to achieve success.