Muhammad. Newton. Jesus. Buddha. Confucius. St Paul. Ts'ai Lun. Columbus. Einstein.
They're in the top 10 of 'The 100: A Ranking Of The Most Influential Persons In History.'
But what makes them influential? What makes them great? What makes them relevant?
The author of the book, Michael Hart, created his list based on the influence people had on society. It's a straightforward method and they’re definitely influential people.
But I believe greatness is in all of us, and there’s other factors that make us influential…
Here’s a quick list of what I think can make us great:
#1. Great people make long-term commitments...
If you've got grit and you’re willing to commit, I believe you'll become a master of what you do. Don’t expect success overnight, and you might be pleasantly surprised with how quickly it does come.
What I can recommend is sticking to the commitment you make, just as I’ve done with my business. For more than 10 years I’ve been committed to bringing what I believe are the best, fastest and most relevant income-generating strategies to the marketplace.
#2. Great people practice what they learn...
Action is everything… In fact, I would go far as to say that imperfect action is everything.
If more of us would just start where we stand, take one step forward and be brave enough to keep walking… it’d be amazing to see the results we can create, and the change we could impact.
Even better, put into action a strategy that you know works… and has a proven result.
#3. Great people emulate great people...
Something I am very passionate about is finding a mentor and spending as much time as you can learning what they know… Your environment is absolutely key to your success.
Case in point: Brendan Elias. He's the newest expert to join the speaker powerhouse on our upcoming tour. From a young age, Brendan's been learning the art of importing from his father. Those years of being in the right environment and following his 'mentor' has paid off as he's now recognised as one of the world's leading China Import Experts.
#4. Great people read – a lot!
There's more to greatness than you know. In fact, there's a science to it, and I've captured that in my brand new, never-before-released Home Study Program, The Science of Being Great – which consists of a 6-Disc Audio CD Recording Pack (RRP $497) plus a 340-page Workbook with 160 Study Questions & Answers.
Originally released in 1910, The Science of Being Great is the pinnacle of the incredible Wallace D. Wattles philosophy. Whereas The Science of Getting Rich resolves your money issues and The Science of Being Well teaches you perfect health - the final capstone in the trilogy, The Science of Being Great reveals how anyone who follows this material may infallibly become great. More than money, what humans want is to become great.
So the question is: how?
Discover the answer by getting your free physical copy of The Science of Being Great Home Study Program (valued at $497) at my final Ultimate Property & Positive Cashflow Conference events which kick off in a few weeks.
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Take advantage of this FINAL CHANCE to get a head start on financial abundance.
To Your Success,
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A beautiful letter from Lydia of Melbourne reminiscing the positive changes she's experienced in her life since attending my Ultimate Property Conference early in 2016 – and confirming that she has achieved the goals she set for herself just over 12-months back (she also still carries her Goals Card with her every day). Click to read the letter in full: Thank You
Love him or hate him, he knows how to go viral. His unpopular decisions, less-than-favourable opinions, and controversial remarks have caused conflicting opinions about whether he should have the power he has, or not. But what series of events culminated to the rise of Donald Trump the Billionaire to Donald Trump the President?
In her book 'No Is Not Enough', Klein asserts that Trump "is a product of our time," and cites the influence of reality TV branding, celebrity obsession, CEO-worship, Guantanamo, fake news and vulture bankers all rolled into one. The question is: in a politically-divided society, how do we win the world we need?
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