Plotting a Path to Riches and Fame? Read This

Real estate developer Mike Harrah
Mike Harrah made hundreds of millions as a real estate developer–but first he picked pineapples for 45 cents an hour. (Photo: Bill Furnish)
Wednesday, June 27, 2012 - 10:45am
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Jim Vaughan
on January 14, 2013 - 5:43pm

Andre,

Managing a habitually successful life is not as complicated as you might think. In fact, it's a lot like flying an airplane. Every pilot knows where s/he is going to land before they ever take off. [Hint: Always know where you want to be in life when you have everything you want. Make sure it's exactly what you want, more than anything else in life.]

Knowing your ultimate destination, in advance, makes making so many of the decisions you'll have to make for yourself easier to do. "The Path That Leads To Habitual Success" begins with knowing where your "plane" is going to land.

Best of everything,
Jim Vaughan
emailjimvaughan@gmail.com

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