Secret of Success: William Walker Atkinson Part 1 | Billionaire Mentor - BM

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Friday, 3 January 2020

Secret of Success: William Walker Atkinson Part 1 | Billionaire Mentor

Secret of success:

Billionaire Mentor

It is with some hesitation that we get ourselves to write this little book, titled "Secret of Success".  It is not that we are not in sympathy with the subject - it is not that we do not believe there is a "secret of success" - but because so much has been written on the subject of "success", which is the most difficult repetition.  Is - the pervasiveness of multilateral jargon - that makes us hesitate to take the position of teacher of success.  It is so much easier to fill paper pages with good advice - it is so much easier to say things than to do them - it is so much easier to create a code of preamble than to get out into the field of active effort and put into practice.  There is only one assumption.  And, you might wonder why we hesitate to assume a role that left us "skeptical as I tell you to be, and as I do" to be one of the teachers of the Art of Success.

But there is another side to the question.  In addition to a list of good qualifications leading to success - there is a list with which every schoolboy and reader of magazines is familiar - one more;  And that something else, a suggestion that the seeker for success has something within himself that if expressed in activity and action, would prove to be of great value to him - a secret secret to success rather than a code of rules.  And, therefore, we propose to dedicate this little book to reveal its view of what it is, and what it will do for the person who will reveal it and thereby put it into action.  Will express  Therefore, do not expect this book to be "a complete compilation of rules conducive to success, accepted and represented by the successful men of the world" who became acquainted with these rules only after attaining success, and as a result time and others  The inclination to preach.  "This is not a book like that.  It is quite different.  We hope you like it - it will do you well in any event.

All people are striving and achieving success.  The idea of ​​their success may be different, but they have all agreed on the desirability of attainment.  "Achievement" - is the word, which signifies the element we call success.  It is the idea of ​​"achieving" - the idea of ​​attainment - reaching the goal for which we set.  That is the story - attainment.

Many men and women have tried to pinpoint the path to success, and while some have rendered valuable service to those who were walking the path to attainment, yet no one has been able to tell the full story of success.  And one should not be surprised about this, for the reason that every person on the road to success should have a law for themselves, or for themselves.  No two natures are exactly alike - diversity in nature;  No two sets of circumstances are exactly the same - here also infinite variations appear.  And so it would be to strive to lay the rules of universal application in a universal way, which would surely lead everyone to the great goal of success.  One has to look around and see

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To recognize the futility of any attempt to lay lines of universal instruction on the subject, the different needs of the different persons who compose the crowd.  Every person who has been successful has done it in a different way - usually with some basic lines of action - actually, known as faculty or personality, seems to have played an important role in the success of most individuals  Have got it.  And individuality caters to those who have a marked degree that is likely to depart from any set of rules or prescribed course of action.  And therefore, it can be said as a general principle that each should achieve his success on the basis of his own individuality, rather than following any prescribed rule or line of conduct.

Looking at what we have said, it may seem strange that as we do, we have realized that to write a little book called "The Secret of Success", —especially we did the impossibility of Lett.  Announcement has started the said book.  Any prescribed rule on the subject.  This may sound like a contradiction, but a little examination will show you that it is not.  It is true that we believe that each and everyone should work towards their own success on the lines of their own individuality, with some cut-and-dry plans.  And this is where the "secret of success" comes.  "Along one's own personality lines," we just said - then one has to assume that the person must work with his personality.  "And in the measure that he possesses personality, will he possess the first condition for success. And that means that we are" The Secret of Success "- INDIVIDUALITY.

Everyone has a passive and latent personality - but only a few allow it to be expressed.  Most of us are like human sheep, walking gracefully after self-conceited bellweathers, whose bent bells follow in our footsteps.  We have somehow assimilated the notion that these bells have the sum and substance of human knowledge and power, and the ability to think - and instead of exposing their own passive powers, and latent possibilities, we  Allow them to live in obscurity, and we walk along, jogitti-jogity-jog after our pet bellwale.  People like sheep very much in this way - they are obedient and imitative animals, and instead of assuming the responsibility of directing their own footsteps, they wait until no one takes the lead  Is, and then they stampede after that.  Is it any wonder that the leaders claim the best pick for themselves, and the herd is only allowed to get bush grass?  Nothing about it - they have earned bits of choice on the part of their followers because of their closeness to individualism and initiative - in fact, they were chosen as leaders because of this self-assertive, and self-instructive quality  I went.  If they had stood back modestly, lightly, they would have been separated by the herd, who would have rejected them as leaders, in favor of others who knew to push the front.

Now, in this short book we will not attempt to awaken the feeling of "nervousness" in you, nor to ask you to attempt to lead the flock - only to people other than quietness and petty self-gratification.  There is nothing leading.  What is desirable is that you must have enough personality and initiative to be your own law - to be a law for yourself

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Men are concerned.  The great men - strong men - care nothing for the herd, who obediently accompanies them after them.  They find no satisfaction in this, which only pleases inferior minds, and accepts only petty and ambitions.  Older people - great souls of all ages - have attained greater satisfaction with that inward conviction of strength and ability than they had manifested themselves in activity within themselves, compared to the stripes of the crowd, or in the dynamics of those exemplary creatures.  .  He has to follow in his footsteps.

And, this thing is called individualism.  Which lies in each of us, and which can be developed and brought into activity in each of us if we are right about it.  Personality is an expression of our self - the self that means when we say "I".  Each of us is an individual - an "I" - different from every other "I" in the universe, as far as personal expression is concerned.  And in that measure we express and manifest the powers of that "I", so we are great, strong and successful.  We all "have it in us" - it is up to us to include it in the expression.  And, this personal expression is at the heart of the "secret of success".  And that's why we use this word - and that's what we'll tell you in this little book.  You have to pay to learn this "secret".

The Individual: The secret of Success

The Secret of Success: William Walker Atkinson