10X RULE: Invest 10 times and achieve GUARANTEED SUCCESS
Success is often mysterious. Over the years, many people have tried to filter the essence of success into easy slogans or simple mottos, but most of these have failed.
Let’s face it, most lifestyle authorities are little more than salesmen for grandiose and dubious ideas; they know all the clichés and slogans, but they have no idea how to really lead people toward success.
These article will describe you a real method to success, the 10X Rule. By analysing the experiences of a top business owner, I will explain how you can apply one simple rule to set yourself up for the long-term successes that once seemed impractical.
Perusing the keyboard of your laptop, you’re bound on the amazon online bookstore to find a plethora of titles that promise you the secrets to be successful in business and life. But with so many options, it can be hard to know which is the most suitable for your specific case.
So, before you get stuck for hours, in front of that keyboard looking for books that promise you success, consider the 10X rule – a guaranteed way to succeed at whatever you want.
The 10X rule is based on the realization that success always requires more effort than you originally supposed. You can look back on your life and easily see that your accomplishments always required ten times more effort than you thought they would. Success in business always came when you invested ten times more than your competitors. Success start coming when you are behaving like an Aspiring Entrepreneur.
I will give you a practical example now. When you want to sell a product and think making ten phone calls a day will help you do so, you should aim to make at least 100 phone calls per day.
But putting in this extra effort won’t just help you accomplish your daily goals; the 10X rule will help you achieve lot more.
Let me explain the second half of the 10X rule: all your objectives should be ten times bigger than what’s considered realistic.
In other words, reach for the heavens and pick a goal that’s beyond your wildest dreams. It might seem trivial, but if you aim too low you’ll still be frustrated when you achieve your goal, and feel crushed if you fail. It’s much more desirable to fail to meet an incredibly high expectation than to attain a mediocre goal.
Let’s do another practical example. Let’s imagine that your dream is to be an author. Writing a novel should be your goal, not writing a two-page short story. Even if you successfully accomplish the latter, you still won’t consider yourself a writer.
Essentially, the 10X rule is about trying harder and dreaming bigger.
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