Today, I will tell you a secret formula that any average man can use to become a super success. Whether you believe it or not, doesn’t matter.
The law of gravity is real, whether you know about it or not, doesn’t matter, but anytime you jump up, it will pull you down.
Before I tell you this law, listen to what Will Smith said;
“I’ve never viewed myself as particularly talented. I’ve viewed myself as…slightly above average in talent.
Where I excel is with a ridiculous, sickening work ethic. While the other guy’s sleeping, I’m working. While the other guy’s eating, I’m working.” – Will Smith
“Talent you have naturally, but skill you develop by hours and hours and hours of beating on your craft” – Will Smith.
Thomas Edison also said, ” Genius is 99% perspiration (hardwork), and 1% inspiration.
Now there is a rule, known as the Ericsson’s 10,000 hour rule.
Ericsson’s 10,000-hour rule states that on average, people become world-class ‘prodigies’ at a particular skill (such as playing a sport, chess, or an instrument) after spending about 10,000 hours practicing that particular skill.
The 10,000-hour rule was made famous by Malcolm Gladwell in his excellent book Outliers, who illustrates the rule using Bill Gates, Bill Joy, the Beatles and famous chess players as examples, all of whom spent about 10,000 hours practicing before they had a major breakthrough on the world stage.
This rule has been tested repeatedly on hundreds of successful people, and the result is consistent. Average people who put in 10,000 hours of concentrated practice on their craft, becomes massively successful.
So now you have the key to success. It is left for you to take it or leave, but a word is enough for the wise.
Join Millionaires Academy today, learn a skill, study business practices, be consistent and focused, and I can assure you of massive success in future. For all our current members, don’t lose focus, you are here for a purpose. Stick to it and never look back. Success must be accomplished. Just keep moving with us, and watch your dreams take shape.
Engr Ifeanyi Okoro