When abundant opportunities are available, business is easy.
Depending on what statistics you check, there is a general widespread notion (almost like a meme) that if you talk to 100 people in their early 20s who have started their business career, you may notice they all believe that by the time they’re 65, they’ll be successful. You can detect the sparkle in their eyes; they’re lively, intelligent, and witty, ready for life’s big adventure.
By the time they’re 65, one would be very successful, four will be financially independent, five will still be working, 54 will be broke, and the rest will be totally dependent on government or other institutions for their welfare. The economy was the same (good or bad) for all 100 people, but…
Only one will be successful and 54 will be broke! What’s the difference? What does the one have that 54 don’t? What happened to the plans, the hopes and dreams they all started with? Why is it such a big difference between what they all started to do and what they have actually accomplished?
Success is a steady but definite pattern of advance of a worthy ideal, an ideal so big that it wakes you up in the morning excited for another day. It is an ideal for which no Monday starts with “Ugh, another week!” and no Wednesday is “Arghh… just half the week is over” and no Friday ends with “Yay! I’m free to do what I want now!”
The moral of the story is that the first five people are non-conformists. Their belief system is different from the rest of the people. but very few people know that their beliefs (which limit them) are not cast in stone, and they can be changed accordingly. If your belief system does not allow you to reach the success you desire, here is where NLP and Time Line Therapy® can help:
If you’re one of the business owners determined to be prosperous and successful regardless of the general economy, you must think differently compared to the average person. Here is where NLP and Time Line Therapy® can be most applicable and extremely valuable. This knowledge can make the difference between lack of achievement and accomplishment and absolute success and prosperity.