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- Before I start I'm going to take a vacation
to a beautiful place called "Someday Isle".

Use proven success methods.
Problem unsolved is merely a goal unachieved.
Time management is the sun and everything
that I do is the planets in orbit.

"Boy, that's pretty obvious".
Yes, but it's the most obvious answers that
we overlook.

You become what you think about most of the
time.

And my natural response, "Aaagh!" Gandhi said,
"Be the change you want to see in the world".

The rule is form good habits and make them
your masters.

You're only as young or as old as your dreams.
- He's a motivational speaker and author.
- He's Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International.
- He's consulted for over 1,000 companies
and addressed more than five million people.

- He's Brian Tracy, and here are his top 10
rules for success.

- Most people have good, great goals.
"I want to increase my income, and lose weight,
"and get out of debt, and be thin "and happy

and healthy, and have a wonderful family".
But then they decide, "But before I start
"I'm going to take a vacation "to a beautiful

place called 'Someday Isle'".
And in my estimation, 80% of the population
lives on "Someday Isle".

"Someday I'll lose some weight.
"And someday I'll read that book and listen
to that program, "and join The S Network"

And "Someday I'll get out of debt, "someday
I'll increase my income ..." But it's always

"Someday I'll ..." If you want to be great
successors one vague simple rule is vote yourself

off the island, for life.
If you decide you're going to do something,
do it.

You know, they've done dozens and dozens of
studies over the years, they've found that

there's one major difference between successful
people and unsuccessful people, is successful

people launch, they start, they get on with
it, they just do it.

Unsuccessful people get the same ideas and
the same information, but they've always got

an excuse for not starting.
If you want to be successful and starting
a business then you study what people have

learned, and everything that has learned that's
written down or shared in seminars or put

unto audio programs is ... I've learned this
from a very wise man named Kop Kopmeyer, who

spent more than 50 years studying success,
and he had developed more than 1,000 success

principles that he'd drive out of something
like 6,000 books.

And when I met him I asked him the question
you would ask, "Of all this 1,000 principles,

'cause I've studied it all, "which is the
most important principle of all?"

And he said, "Brian", he said, "it's simple".
He said, "Use proven success methods".
He said, "Learn from the experts".
He said, "Brian, you'll never live long enough
"to learn it all for yourself".

So why I find is that successful people are
those who learn from others who've gone before

them.
Unsuccessful people try to make it all up,
like a cook going into the kitchen, taking

ingredients out of cover, throwing them all
in a bowl and wondering why it doesn't taste

good.
This is why people careers, why 80% of salespeople
are functioning way below their potential,

only 20% make all the money, why 20% of businesses
in any industry make all the profits, why

20% of the professionals in any service make
80% of the money, and so on, it's because

they've followed proven success principles,
proven recipes, proven formulas, proven combinations.

And they just do them over and over again
until they master them, then they can do more

and more of 'em, faster and faster, easier
and easier, at a higher level of quality.

And all that translates into greater results.
Make a list of 10 things, 10 goals that you'd
like to accomplish in the next year or so,

and as this question: "if I could only accomplish
one goal on this list, "which one goal would

have "the greatest positive impact on my life?"
If you could only accomplish one goal in life,
which one goal would have the greatest positive

impact on your life?
Now, for most people, especially when you're
maturing in your career, when you're growing

up, the biggest goal is money.
If you had money then you could buy a house,
home, a car, family lifestyle and so on.

So that's quite normal.
For other people maybe a health goal.
For business owners maybe a business goal.
For people with relationship problems maybe
a relationship goal.

But ask yourself, if you could achieve one
goal or resolve one problem, and, remember,

a problem unsolved is merely a goal unachieved,
which one would it be?

And write that down and make that the major
and definite purpose of your life.

Make it the central organizing principle of
your life.

When I was a young man I had a revelation
that changed my life.

I had read articles and sometimes books on
time management over the years, and made some

lists and set some priorities and things like
that, and I've always felt, however, that

my life was the sun and that all the different
factors of my life were like planets that

orbited around my life.
And whether it was physical fitness or socializing
or work or time management, they were all

planets in orbit.
What changed my life is when I realized that
time management is the sun and everything

that I do is the planets in orbit.
Everything we do in life revolves around time
because time is life.

Time is the substance of our life.
Is that the quality of your life is determined
by the quality or your time management, that

everything we have or are or ever will be
will be a direct result of how we use our

time.
And the wonderful thing is we're always free
to choose how we use our time.

There's a process which has made more people
rich than any other single process of goals

achieving, and it's to take your major goal
and structure it as a question.

If your goal is to earn $100,000 a year then
you write, "How can I earn "$100,000 in the

next 12 months?"
That's an open-ended question, not "how can
I earn it at my job?" or doing a specific

thing, just an open-ended question, "How can
I earn the amount of money?"

And then you discipline yourself to write
20 answers to the question.

And the 20 answers are all the different things
that you could think of to earn $100,000.

"Work longer", "Work harder", "Upgrade my
skills", "Get a new job", "Take a part-time

opportunity".
Whatever happens to be, write down everything
you could think of, but force yourself to

write at least 20 questions -- 20 answers
to the question.

The 20-question method, called "mindstorming",
forces you to dig deep, deep into your mind

where you will find all your answers, and
it may be "Call a person" or "Read a book".

Let me give you an example.
We had a young fellow entrepreneur, he got
35 years old, he built this successful business,

he worked to it 10 years to do it.
And he, for two years, wanted to sell his
business so he could take a year off and travel,

enjoy his money.
And so, for two years he just sort of floundered
around, like a fish on the dock, wanting to

sell his business.
Nobody offered to buy it.
He suggested it to people, people were not
interested, and so on.

And in this exercise that they put him through,
his 20th answer, often it's the 20th answer

that is the breakthrough, was "Buy a book
on how to sell your own business".

And it just went off like a flash bulb in
his mind.

At the break he got up, he was at a downtown
hotel, got up, went down the street to a major

bookstore, went and found, he was amazed of
the number of books that have been written

on how to buy and sell a business.
So he bought two or three books.
Two months later he had restructured, packaged
his business, sold it completely, satisfactorily,

and took a year off.
He said, but just a single idea, it was a
breakthrough idea, but it was so simple, just

get a book on the subject.
And you think, "Boy, that's pretty obvious".
Yes, but it's the most obvious answers that
we overlook.

Now, the starting point of becoming a millionaire
is to remember the greatest discovery of all

of human life which is that you become what
you think about most of the time.

If you sincerely want to be rich to achieve
all your financial goals, and to retire as

a self-made millionaire, one of the smartest
things you can do is to develop the habits

of thinking and acting that enabled others
to become self-made millionaires.

What is so hard about this to understand?
Most people are thinking about the little
money they have, they worry about being broke,

they worry about lack and poverty, they're
worrying about the prices of everything, and

they're wondering why they're not flourishing
financially.

Because they're thinking about poverty and
lack rather than prosperity and abundance.

Now, this habits of financial success are
learnable, as all habits are, by practice

and repetition.
In other words, you can program yourself to
think like self-made millionaires.

And, remember, it has to start on the inside
before it ever comes true on the outside.

Now, here's an important point: nothing works
the first time.

When you try something new, it probably won't
work.

When you try something new several times,
it probably won't work.

And the turning point in my life came, when
I would hear good ideas and I was so eager

to be successful and so, I would run out and
try the ideas and they wouldn't work.

I try a way of getting an appointment or answering
an objection or closing a sale, it wouldn't

work.
And my natural response "Aaagh!".
And I think you have to be disappointed, and
then I realized nothing works at least the

first few times.
So I decided I would try a new idea five or
10 times before I pass judgment on it.

I would not jus try it once and quit, like
most people do, and that changed my whole

life.
It was a turning point in my life because
I realized from then if you've got a good

idea and you've got a good goal, and you want
to double your income and improve the quality

of your life, and you have to try new things
in order to get new results, it's not going

to work the first times and say, "Well, that
didn't work", try something else, and try

something else, and try something else.
Now, if you try, only two things can happen,
what are they?

Succeed or fail.
If you succeed you do more of it, if you fail
you learn from it, get smarter and try it

again.
So you cannot lose by taking action, you could
only lose by not taking action.

The natural tendency when we hear or learn
something great is we want to convince everybody

else of it.
And you see this people who quit smoking suddenly
want there be no smoking in the world.

People who adopt a religion or political philosophy
want everybody to join, the next day.

But the very best things, as I mentioned earlier
in our seminar, is that you teach men at the

school of example, for they will learn in
no other.

So what you need to do is be an example, and
be an example for an extended period of time.

Give yourself two, three months, maybe a year,
of being the new person.

When you go on a diet don't insist that everybody
else go on a diet the next day, actually go

on a diet, stay on the diet, lose the weight,
achieve the level of financial fitness, and

attract people so they come to you and say,
"What is it that you're doing?" or "What is

it that you're reading?" or "What is it that
you have that makes you different?".

Only then, when they reach out, do you offer
to them.

The flip side of this is that, in the main,
people don't change.

You can change, and you find it much easier
to change if you're with positive people.

It's very hard to change with people who don't
want you to change, who want you to be the

person that you are.
But in the main, people don't change.
So sooner or later in life you're often going
to have to make some hard choices.

In the short term, be the person, as Gandhi
said, "Be the change you want to see in the

world".
Be the kind of person that you want to see,
and if that does not bring people around,

then be prepared to go to the next step, be
prepared to walk away.

Well, Aristotle said that 95% of everything
you do is the result of habit.

So the rule is, form good habits and make
them your masters, rather than allowing bad

habits to form.
In fact, the other rule says this, is that,
"Good habits are hard to form but easy to

live with.
"Bad habits are easy to form but hard to live
with".

Now, one of the turning points in my life,
in my studies of Psychology was the discovery

that all habits are learned and can be unlearned.
Actually, you don't actually unlearn a habit,
you simply replace a bad habit with a good

habit that has more powering impact.
And, how do you develop a good habit?
You develop a habit by repetition.
Almost everything you do from the time you
get up in the morning is habit.

So start to think about yourself, what would
be the best habits to have?

Good question.
"At what age does one give up on their dream?"
Never.
Goto said this, Henry Ford said this, Rockefeller
said this.

You're only as young or as old as your dreams.
As long as you still have dreams and visions
and goals, they keep you young.

It's the most amazing darn thing.
One of the great stories is the story of Kentucky
Fried Chicken.

Once upon a time there was a little boy named
Harland, and Harland was taught by his mother

a special recipe down south the United States
on how to make chicken.

When he grew up he got a job as a short-order
cook in a small cafe, and he asked his boss

if his boss would be interested in this chicken
recipe, and his boss said, "Sure, throw it

together, "see what the people say".
Turned out that everybody liked this special
chicken recipe with all these secret herbs

and spices.
Well, for the rest of his career, right up
to he was 65 years old he either worked in

little cafes or sometimes he owned the little
cafe.

When he was 65 he had a little cafe and he
was making his chicken, and he had people

coming from all around to eat his chicken,
and the highways department built a highway

past his little restaurant, his little chicken
place, and put him out of business.

It cut off the roads and nobody could get
to it.

About the same time he received a social security
check, his first social security check the

age of 65.
And he became angry, he said, "I'm 65 years
old but I'm not ready to give up on my dreams.

"What do I have to sell?"
And he realized the one thing that had kept
him going all those years, the main stay of

his little career was his mother's recipe
of 17 or 18 herbs and spices.

So he put them together in little bags, one
bag per chicken, and he put his pots and pans

on the back of his old car and he started
driving up and down the eastern seaboard going

from cafe to cafe to cafe to ask them if they
would pay him five cents a bag for his magical

combination of herbs and spices.
He called on more than 1,000 restaurants,
sleeping in his car, week after week, and

finally he came across a little restaurant
in Toronto that agreed to pay him five cents

a bag for his herbs and spices, this is back
in the '60.

And because of exchange controls, they had
to give the money to the Red Cross.

That was the beginning of the Kentucky Fried
Chicken empire.

He began to sell this recipe more and more,
people began to put it on their signs, a major

corporation came along and said, "We could
make a real business of this", so they embraced

him, they built the franchise, they made him
one of the best known people in the world.

When he died some years later he's worth more
than $50 million, because he never gave up

on his dreams.
So I don't know if you're 65, and broke, and
living in your car with pots and pans with

no money, but wherever you are, you never
give up on your dreams.

- Thank you so much for watching.
We made this video because Freddie Jr., Jean
Batiste, asked us to.

So if there's a famous entrepreneur that you
want to us to profile next leave it in the

comments below, and we'll see what we can
do.

- An please let us know which one of his top
10 rules that you liked the most.

Please leave a comment below, we will join
in at the discussion.

- Thank you guys for watching.
Continue to believe.
And we'll see you soon.
- Bye.
- We say that in zero-based thinking you ask
this question, "Is there anything that I am

doing today "that knowing what I now know
"I wouldn't get into again today if I had

to do it over?"
We call this a KWINK analysis.
"Knowing What I Now Know", KWINK.
In times of rapid change there's always areas
in your personal and business life that knowing

what you now know you wouldn't get into again
today if you had to do them over.

Your willingness to ask and honestly answer
this question is the key to remaining flexible

and quick on your feet in times of turbulence.
How can you tell if you have a zero-based
thinking situation in your life or business?

Simple: stress.
Whenever you experience ongoing chronic stress
about any person or a situation you should

ask yourself, "If I was not now in this situation,
"knowing what I now know, "would I get into

it again today?"
This is a great question.
Here's another question for you: what percent
of the time do you think that you would turn

out to be wrong?
Well, the answer, according to the American
Management Association, is about 70%.

70% of your decisions will turn out to be
wrong in the fullness of time.

It's amazing how many people will stay in
a bad situation or continue with a bad course

of action because of their unwillingness or
inability to admit that they made a mistake

or that they were wrong in the past.
But, remember this, when you made the decision
it was probably a good decision, based on

the situation at that time, but now the situation
has changed.

Now you have to evaluate your situation based
on the current reality.

Recognize that everything that you achieve
in life is going to be with the help or support

or cooperation of other people.
So always think, what is it that other people
want and need from me?

How can I help other people so they'll want
to help me back?

If you're in sales, tough sales people think
about their customers all the time, they think

about who their customers are, and what they
customers want, and how they can help them

the most, and how they can help them even
more today.

In their relationships, successful people
are very focused on the most important people

in their worlds, both personal and in business.
If you've made mistake or something has happened
in the past that's unfortunate, you can cancel

it out by simply saying the magic words: "I
am responsible".

"I am responsible".
"I am responsible".
If someone has hurt you or you had a difficult
experience in your childhood, you can say,

"Well, I didn't do anything".
Yes, but you're responsible for how you respond
today.

A Nobel-prize winning study of the evolution
of civilizations came up with the term "response

ability".
It's your ability to respond effectively with
the ups and downs and negative events of life,

is the key measure of your ability to be successful
and happy in the future.

And what you do is you say, whenever you feel
negative or unhappy about anything you say,

"Wait a minute, I'm responsible.
"I'm responsible for my life.
"I'm responsible for what happened.
"I can't change the past, "so I'm not going
to spend a second worrying about the past.

"I'm going to become so busy working on my
future and my goals "that I don't have time

to think about the past".
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